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  • Former NFL Players with Claims Under Concussion Settlement Say They Aren't Getting Paid as Promised
    Former NFL Players with Claims Under Concussion Settlement Say They Aren't Getting Paid as Promised

    By: Allan M. Siegel Former NFL players who were part of the historic class action concussion lawsuit against the NFL have stepped forward to allege that the league is dragging its feet in providing ...

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  • Uber Pausing Driverless Vehicle Projects After Pedestrian in Arizona Killed by Self-Driving Car
    Uber Pausing Driverless Vehicle Projects After Pedestrian in Arizona Killed by Self-Driving Car

    By: Alan M. Siegel Uber has announced that it will cease all public roadway tests of self-driving cars after one of its autonomous vehicles struck and killed a pedestrian in Tempe Arizona late Sunday ...

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  • At Least 6 Victims Dead Following Collapse of Pedestrian Bridge in Miami, Important Questions Raised
    At Least 6 Victims Dead Following Collapse of Pedestrian Bridge in Miami, Important Questions Raised

    By: Allan M. Siegel Officials from Miami-Dade County have reported that at least six victims were killed when a 950 ton bridge near Florida International University collapsed over a busy road Thursday ...

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  • When Can an Employer be Held Accountable for the Wrongful Acts of an Employee?
    When Can an Employer be Held Accountable for the Wrongful Acts of an Employee?

    By: Allan M. Siegel A person who intentionally or negligently hurts someone can be held legally accountable for the harm. But if the wrongdoer was working on the job or performing job-related duties ...

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  • Trucking Industry's Continued Driver Shortage Could Impact Public Safety
    Trucking Industry's Continued Driver Shortage Could Impact Public Safety

    By: Allan M. Siegel Over the years, we have discussed many issues related to the trucking industry, including those involving preventable truck accidents , trucking regulations, and the long-standing ...

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  • Car Accidents Increase After Daylight Saving Time, Studies Show
    Car Accidents Increase After Daylight Saving Time, Studies Show

    By: Allan M. Siegel Daylight Saving Time (DST) is nearly here, which means that come 2:00 am on Sunday, March 11, Americans in the District of Columbia and all but two U.S. states (Hawaii and ...

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