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  • WMATA Knew of Cause of August Derailment but Failed to Act
    WMATA Knew of Cause of August Derailment but Failed to Act

    By: Allan M. Siegel In early July, WMATA found a flaw in the rail system, a flaw that should have prompted an immediate shutdown of the section of the rail. Instead, WMATA continued to run trains on ...

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  • New York Magazine Article Shares Stories of Bill Cosby Accusers
    New York Magazine Article Shares Stories of Bill Cosby Accusers

    By: Joseph Cammarata New York Magazine did an explosive, powerful feature on the women who have come forward accusing Mr. Cosby of wrongdoing. Each woman was separately photographed, and each was also ...

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  • Local Batman Killed in Tragic Car Accident
    Local Batman Killed in Tragic Car Accident

    By: Allan M. Siegel In the comics and movies, Batman always survives at the end. Unfortunately, on a recent Sunday night in August, real-life Batman Lenny Robinson was killed in a car accident on ...

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  • Associate Attorney at Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. Wins Appeal to Throw Out Junk Science in Auto Accident Case
    Associate Attorney at Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. Wins Appeal to Throw Out Junk Science in Auto Accident Case

    By: Allan M. Siegel In our auto accident cases, the insurance company sometimes hires an expert called a “biomechanical engineer.” While there is a science behind biomechanics, it is also open to ...

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  • Blood Test May Diagnose Traumatic Brain Injury, Study Says
    Blood Test May Diagnose Traumatic Brain Injury, Study Says

    By: Allan M. Siegel Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can often be tricky to diagnose and treat, and outcomes for victims are also difficult to predict. Although the human brain remains much of a mystery ...

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  • New Bill Would Lower Tractor-Trailer Driver Age to 18
    New Bill Would Lower Tractor-Trailer Driver Age to 18

    By: Allan M. Siegel At 18 a person can do a lot of things – vote, get married or join the military without parental permission, buy cigarettes or lottery tickets – but one thing they cannot do under ...

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