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Shingles Vaccine Zostavax Side Effects

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Some patients who received Zostavax, developed Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome, which is a type of Bell’s Palsy, while other patients developed postherpetic neuralgia.

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New Technologies Could Potentially Prevent Thousands of Truck Accidents Annually

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Any time a passenger vehicle collides with a large commercial truck, those in the passenger vehicle are extremely likely to suffer serious injury or death.

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Serious Burn Injury Cases

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According to the American Burn Association, there were 486,000 burn injuries in the United States that required medical treatments . If you are representing a client that has suffered a serious burn injury, they may be entitled to substantial compensation for their injuries…

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Top Tips for Avoiding Snow Related Accidents

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The combination of snow and ice make for slippery surfaces everywhere. Whether you plan on driving in snowy conditions, walking to the store, or participating in winter activities (ice skating, sledding, snow skiing), it is important that you take certain safety precautions…

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Another Blood Pressure Drug Valsartan Recalled for Possible Cancer Risk

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Another Blood Pressure Drug Recalled for Possible Cancer Risk.  Food and Drug Administration is now investigating the causes of impurities known to be carcinogenic in multiple blood pressure and heart medications.

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Georgia Supreme Court Recognizes Legal Funding as Investments, Not Loans

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Georgia Supreme Court ruled that legal funding is not a loan, but rather an investment. In a consumer legal funding transaction the plaintiff must only repay the funds if their lawsuit is successful, and the amount to be repaid is limited by the funds recovered in the lawsuit.

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Increased Alcohol Consumption During December Holidays

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During these celebratory times, many people tend to find that they consume alcohol more than they usually do during other times of the year. This may result in injury or even death.

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Common Holiday Decorating Injuries

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While holiday decorating may seem like a harmless activity, certain decorations are more dangerous than others and can cause serious injuries and in some cases death.

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U.S. Claims Open for Business in Illinois

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U.S. Claims now brings that same success to Illinois residents and has begun to offer pre-settlement funding solutions in the state.  Plaintiffs awaiting a lawsuit settlement can now receive cash before their case settles with no out of pocket cost and the transactions are non-recourse to the claimant, do not require a credit check, and – best of all – nothing is owed unless the claim is successful.

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Sprains, Strains, and Tears: The Most Common Workplace Injuries

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Work can certainly be emotionally and mentally taxing, but according to numerous statistics, it can also be physically harmful. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics in 2017, 2.8 million non-fatal workplace injuries and illness were reported by employees within the private sector. Of these injuries and illnesses, sprains, strains, and tears is the most common type of manufacturing injury/accident category by both the frequency of workers’ compensation claims and their severity.

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