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5 Tips for Retrieving Medical Records

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It is essential to obtain this patient authorization form as soon as possible, and to verify that all the information is filled out, signed, and accurate.

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Military Families Outraged and Betrayed Over PFAS Dangers

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Even small doses of PFAS have been linked to various forms of cancer, reproductive damage, and immune system harm—to name just a few.

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Valsartan Cancer Lawsuits Due to N-nitrosodimethylamine

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Volatile NDMA has been shown to potentially induce tumors of the lung, bladder, kidney, liver, pancreas, esophagus, and tongue.

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$8 Million Asbestos Exposure Verdict for St. Louis Auto Mechanic

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Bennett claimed he had been exposed to asbestos over the course of his time as an auto mechanic with Ford.

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Will Vaping Injuries Bring a Storm of Litigation?

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An outbreak of serious illnesses that are allegedly tied to vaping will almost certainly result in a virtual storm of litigation against the manufacturers of e-cigarettes and vaping supplies.

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Lion Air Lawsuits Settled by Boeing

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A $100 million compensation fund was set up by Boeing earlier this year, which will pay the families of each person who died in a 737 MAX crash

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NHTSA Investigates Poor Frame Welds on Jeep Wranglers

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As more and more vehicles or vehicle parts are recalled, more consumers will be filing lawsuits for the injuries caused by these dangerous vehicles.

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Amazon Knew Hoverboards Were Prone to Exploding

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The original claim alleged Amazon sold a hoverboard, which later caught fire, resulting in severe injuries to the plaintiff as well as destroying a home.

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Quadriplegic Crash Victim in Dallas Wins $37.6 Million in Honda Seat Belt Lawsuit

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According to NBC News, a Texas jury awarded a woman paralyzed in a 2015 car crash of $37.6 million after she sued the automaker, Honda.

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Bicycles, Scooters, Skates and Skateboards—The Four Things Most Likely to Send Kids to the ER

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In 2014, there were 439,960 emergency room visits resulting from a fall from a bicycle, skateboard, roller skates, or a scooter.

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