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  • Don't Believe Corporations: The Civil Justice System Protects People
    Don't Believe Corporations: The Civil Justice System Protects People

    By: Allan M. Siegel Chances are if you played the Match Game or simply heard the word “frivolous,” one of the first things that would come to mind is “lawsuits.” This is exactly what corporations want ...

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  • Less Than 4 Hours of Sleep? New Study Says You're 15 Times More Likely to Cause an Auto Accident
    Less Than 4 Hours of Sleep? New Study Says You're 15 Times More Likely to Cause an Auto Accident

    By: Allan M. Siegel Over the past several years, numerous studies and public health and safety campaigns have focused on reminding us just how dangerous driving while tired can be. Although fatigue ...

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  • California Jury Orders Caltrans, City of LA to Pay $9.1M to Bicyclist Left with Brain Damage After Crash
    California Jury Orders Caltrans, City of LA to Pay $9.1M to Bicyclist Left with Brain Damage After Crash

    By: Allan M. Siegel Earlier this month, a California jury sided with a seriously injured cyclist by awarding him $9.1 million in compensation for damages sustained after he crashed while attempting to ...

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  • Attorney Joseph Cammarata Comments on Bill Cosby’s Prison Sentence in The Washington Post, Fox News Interview
    Attorney Joseph Cammarata Comments on Bill Cosby’s Prison Sentence in The Washington Post, Fox News Interview

    Partner Joseph Cammarata, who is currently representing several women in a pending civil lawsuit against Bill Cosby, was recently quoted in The Washington Post and other major news sources on the ...

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  • CSCS Announces Winner of 2018 Ethiopian Heritage Scholarship Fund
    CSCS Announces Winner of 2018 Ethiopian Heritage Scholarship Fund

    Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. is pleased to announce the winner of our 2018 - 2019 Ethiopian Heritage Scholarship Award – Veronica Abebe! Veronica, who will be attending Princeton ...

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