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  • Back to School Safety: Tips for Students, Parents & Drivers
    Back to School Safety: Tips for Students, Parents & Drivers

    By: Allan M. Siegel A new school year is an exciting time, and while new teachers, courses, and classmates may offer plenty of reason to feel happy about the year ahead, there are as many reasons for ...

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  • DC's Right Care, Right Now Program Could Help Serious Car Crash Victims
    DC's Right Care, Right Now Program Could Help Serious Car Crash Victims

    By: Dan Hausman Mayor Muriel Bowser started the Right Care, Right Now initiative in Washington, D.C. about 15 months ago. The program connects 911 callers with issues that are not life threatening to ...

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  • Workers’ Comp vs. Third-Party Liability
    Workers’ Comp vs. Third-Party Liability

    By: Dan Hausman When a person is injured while they are at work, they are often able to turn to workers’ compensation to receive payment from their employer. Depending on circumstances surrounding the ...

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  • NTSB: Failed Gas Regulator, Vent Line Caused Flower Branch Apartment Explosion
    NTSB: Failed Gas Regulator, Vent Line Caused Flower Branch Apartment Explosion

    By: Dan Hausman 7 people were killed, 65 residents were forced to local hospitals and medical centers, and three firefighters were injured because of the August 10, 2016 explosion and resulting fire ...

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  • Damages Caps Struck Down by Oklahoma Supreme Court
    Damages Caps Struck Down by Oklahoma Supreme Court

    By: Allan M. Siegel The battle over damages caps in civil personal injury cases recently gained renewed attention in a landmark case from Oklahoma. On Tuesday, April 23, 2019, the Oklahoma Supreme ...

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  • Judicial Vacancies Slowing Justice in DC Courts, Local Judges Say
    Judicial Vacancies Slowing Justice in DC Courts, Local Judges Say

    By: Allan M. Siegel An “unprecedented” number of judicial vacancies in DC courts is taking a toll on judges and claimants who seek timely administration of justice and accountability in civil ...

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