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  • California Jury Finds the Dodgers Liable in the Beating of Brian Stow
    California Jury Finds the Dodgers Liable in the Beating of Brian Stow

    By: CSCS March 31, 2011, was the opening day for baseball season in Los Angeles. Bryan Stow, a San Francisco Giants fan, attended a game at the L.A. Dodger's stadium. As he was walking through the ...

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  • CSCS' Client Profiled by NBC News on Concussions in Soccer
    CSCS' Client Profiled by NBC News on Concussions in Soccer

    In a recent blog , we discussed how the World Cup has drawn global attention to the issue of brain injuries in soccer and how leagues handle returning athletes to play after concussion injuries. A ...

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  • GM Victim Dany Dubuc-Marquis
    GM Victim Dany Dubuc-Marquis

    By: Allan M. Siegel On June 22, 2013, Dany Dubuc-Marquis was driving a Chevrolet Cobalt, like many of the other GM victims whose stories we have brought to you on our blog. His car was a 2007 model. ...

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  • GM Victims Amy Rademaker and Natasha Weigel
    GM Victims Amy Rademaker and Natasha Weigel

    In October of 2006, Amy Rademaker and Natasha Weigel were riding in their friend Megan Ungar-Kearns' 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt. Amy Rademaker, who was just a few days away from her sixteenth birthday, was ...

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  • FIFA Criticized Over Handling of World Cup Concussion Injuries
    FIFA Criticized Over Handling of World Cup Concussion Injuries

    By: Joseph Cammarata In the World Cup semifinal between Argentina and Holland, Argentina midfielder Javier Mascherano violently clashed heads with Holland's Georginio Wijnaldum. Mascherano was visibly ...

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  • Everything You Need to Know About Water Safety This Summer
    Everything You Need to Know About Water Safety This Summer

    Before you pack up and head to the beach or pool this summer you may want to brush up on a few summer safety tips. Drowning is the number two cause of accidental death for children under the age of ...

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