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The 3 Most Common Types of Food Poisoning

If you have ever had food poisoning, you have our sincerest sympathies. Food poisoning is the result of consuming food contaminated with a bacteria or virus. Symptoms of food poisoning include fever, headache, nausea, diarrhea, and dehydration. Food poisoning can be caused by unclean hands when cooking, undercooked or raw foods, and improper storage which […]
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What is Wrongful Pregnancy?

You’ve had your tubes tied, or your spouse had a vasectomy. So, “Congratulations, you’re pregnant!” is something you never expected to hear again. This exact thing happened to one Illinois mother. She didn’t want any more children because both she and her husband carried the gene for sickle cell disease. The woman went to her […]
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3 Things to Know About Whiplash Injuries

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), neck sprains and strains, also known as whiplash, are the most frequently reported injuries in U.S. insurance claims. Whiplash is most often associated with high speed rear end collisions. However, whiplash can occur during low speed car accidents or even from a hard smack on the […]
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3 Easter Injuries to Avoid

Easter is only a few days away! Are you ready? Easter is a religious holiday for some people. For the rest of us, Easter means fluffy bunnies and chicks, candy, pretty decorated boiled eggs, and the vicious Easter egg hunt. Although, the Easter festivities aren’t all fun and games. They can be fraught with hazards. […]
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Is My Injury Work Related?

To get workers’ compensation for an injury, it must be work related. If you slip and fell at work or broke your leg while stocking the shelves, it’s easy to show that the injury was work related. But, how do you prove an injury is work related if it happened away from work, or if […]
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How to Testify at a Deposition

We see people testify all the time on courtroom dramas, but not all testimony is given on the witness stand at trial. Before a trial ever takes place, lawyers from both sides are able to interview potential witnesses as part of the discovery process. If you are required to give a deposition as part of […]
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