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Monthly Archives: January 2022

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Emergency Rooms Face Influx Of Non-COVID Patients

By Palmer | Lopez |

For nearly two years, experts have warned that failing socially distance, wear masks, and follow other safety protocols, increased the risk of contracting COVID. If this happened too often, our hospitals could be overrun by COVID patients who would take beds away from those who had other acute disorders like heart attacks or strokes…. Read More »

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Couple Sues Tampa Electric After House Fire

By Palmer | Lopez |

A Lithia couple has filed a lawsuit against Tampa Electric Co. after they claim that an arcing powerline struck their home and caused severe damage. This has become a major problem for Florida residents across the state who claim that the power lines are unreasonably dangerous due to overgrown vegetation. While this is one… Read More »

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Alec Baldwin’s Rust Set Accused Of Gun Injury In 2006

By Palmer | Lopez |

Alec Baldwin has been in the news recently after a shooting on his set caused the death of a production worker. While Baldwin fired the pistol, the negligence is believed to have been committed by the props director who failed to check the gun before it was placed into Baldwin’s hands. The problem for… Read More »

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Active Duty Soldier Sues U.S. Military For Medical Malpractice

By Palmer | Lopez |

During the Trump administration, a loophole that allowed the U.S. government to avoid liability in medical malpractice lawsuits was closed. As a result, active-duty military and veterans can now file lawsuits alleging medical malpractice against the VA. While the new law was meant to prevent an accountability black hole from forming around medical services… Read More »

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