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Rising Tide of Mega Malpractice Awards: Impact on Healthcare and Insurance Premiums

In December, the “Take Care of Maya” lawsuit concluded with a Florida jury ordering Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida, to pay a landmark $261 million to a young patient and her family for mishandling her care after an ER visit. This came on the heels of a New York jury mandating […]

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Seeking Justice: The Vital Role of Wrongful Death Attorneys in Tragic Daycare Case

A four-month-old infant passed away under enigmatic circumstances at an unlicensed daycare home this Tuesday. The incident occurred at a home on Du Bourg Lane in Florissant, with first responders arriving at approximately 5 p.m. “Upon arrival, our paramedics discovered the child unresponsive, with CPR being administered by the onsite provider,” stated Deputy Chief Mark […]

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Law enforcement, TCEQ Spar Over Extent of Car Emissions Testing Fraud

Local law enforcement is in a tussle with the Texas Commission on Environment Quality (TCEQ) with regard to how rampant the emission testing fraud is spread across the state. According to KXAN reporting, TCEQ aims to understand the reason behind investigators’ opinions on the “clean scanning” process. To elucidate, as a part of this process, […]

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New York Legislators Want To Mandate Devices To Slow Cars Repeatedly Caught By Speed Cameras

Brooklyn lawmakers are on their path to mandate devices that would stop vehicles repeatedly scanned by cameras for reckless driving. Under a recently proposed bill, drivers with multi-speed camera violations would be instructed to enable aftermarket speed limiters on their cars. Sen. Andrew Gournades said during the sponsorship of the bill,” There’s a persistent cohort […]

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Legislature Moving On Tighter Drunk Driving Laws

In 2012, Ashley Bonus lost her sister, Stacy Gammons-Ankerfelt, in an accident that involved impaired driving. Following this incident, Bonus fought against impaired driving to reduce the number of fatalities caused by such negligent behavior. And now, she is in favor of new legislation that lowers the blood alcohol level needed to avoid convictions related […]

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Fight Over Gun Rights Continues

The Democrats and Republicans have starkly opposite views when it comes to gun rights, – while the Democrats have rolled out gun safety measures, the Republicans, on the other hand, are refusing to even consider a compromise regarding the same. Apart from the lawmakers, activists too, are playing a key role in influencing the decision […]

A Long List of Fireworks-Related Injuries Reported by Honolulu EMS on “Brutal” New Year’s Night

At least eight individuals were critically injured by illegal pyrotechnics, according to Oahu’s first responders, making it one of the busiest new year’s starts in recent memory. Additionally, there were 15 attacks, including one stabbing and hundreds of calls for people having trouble breathing. How many of the attack victims were connected to New Year’s […]

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Downed Trees and Power Outages Expected with Oregon Ice Storm

As the Pacific Northwest gears up for the approaching winters, the probability of ice storms in Oregon and nearby areas is high. And these could lead to more fallen trees, which may bring down some powerlines. Chris Ruvalcaba, the owner of Monkeyman’s Tree Service in Lake Oswego, said that the crews of his company have […]

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The New Reality: A $700 Monthly Car Payment

In May this year, the average monthly new-car payments in the US rose over $700, forcing many people to delay their plan of buying a car until the prices returned to normal. However, as the year ends, things aren’t looking exactly optimistic for these potential buyers. As the federal funds rate continues to be raised […]

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Huntington Beach Mobile Crisis Response Team Handled Over 2,000 Calls in the First Year of Operation

The Huntington Beach’s Mobile Crisis Response Team was created in August 2021 through a partnership between the police department and Be Well OC, a non-profit. In its first year of operations, the team has handled more than 2000 calls from distressed people and provided the best help they can. Michael Romero, a licensed psychiatric technician […]