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  • DC Bar Altercation Leads to Death of Patron
    DC Bar Altercation Leads to Death of Patron

    Authored by Joseph Cammarata Approximately three weeks ago, a patron at the Rendezvous Lounge in Washington, D.C. was critically injured when he attempted to subdue another patron who had assaulted a ...

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  • Red Flags in Navy Yard Shooter's Past: Who Can Be Held Responsible?
    Red Flags in Navy Yard Shooter's Past: Who Can Be Held Responsible?

    Last week's tragedy inside the Washington Naval Yard in Southeast Washington, DC has united local residents and Americans throughout the country. As we mourn the loss of innocent victims and offer our ...

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  • Can I Recover In a Slip and Fall Case If There Were Warning Signs Posted?
    Can I Recover In a Slip and Fall Case If There Were Warning Signs Posted?

    Authored by Allan Siegel Slip and fall cases are one of the most common types of personal injury cases. Many of us know someone who was injured in a slip and fall accident, and we all know that this ...

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  • What is the Most Dangerous School Sport for Girls?
    What is the Most Dangerous School Sport for Girls?

    It's not soccer, or gymnastics, or lacrosse, even with its aggressive stick maneuvers and fast flying balls. It's cheerleading. Cheerleading caused the highest number of catastrophic injuries in ...

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  • Whistleblower Receives $10 Million for Exposing Kickback Scheme
    Whistleblower Receives $10 Million for Exposing Kickback Scheme

    Julie Darity was once a contracts administration officer for C.R. Bard Inc., which is a medical device company in New Jersey. Darity exposed a scheme where Bard was pushing brachytherapy seeds for ...

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  • Should I Talk to the Insurance Adjuster After an Accident?
    Should I Talk to the Insurance Adjuster After an Accident?

    Immediately after a car accident , victims are often disoriented, stressed, and anxious. Some people are immediately apologetic, simply because that's how they were raised and not because they did ...

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