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  • How To Avoid a Car Accident This Holiday Season
    How To Avoid a Car Accident This Holiday Season

    The holidays should be a joyous time to spend celebrating with family and friends. Unfortunately, each holiday season there are countless people who spend their time recovering from a serious injury ...

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  • Fundera asked Thomas Simeone how to Find the Right Business Lawyer
    Fundera asked Thomas Simeone how to Find the Right Business Lawyer

    Owners of small businesses and heads of large companies alike need to be aware of how legal complications can spring up suddenly and cause significant issues if mishandled. Each day you run your ...

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  • What To Do If Your Child Suffered a Birth Injury
    What To Do If Your Child Suffered a Birth Injury

    Birth injuries can be extremely painful to endure, for both the child and the new parents. Nobody wants to see their child in pain, especially if their injury or illness is permanent or long lasting. ...

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  • What Are Good Samaritan Laws?
    What Are Good Samaritan Laws?

    With so many natural disasters occurring throughout the country, more and more good Samaritans will be out helping their communities recover from the devastation. However, many accidents and injuries ...

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  • Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Claim?
    Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Claim?

    When you go to the hospital or visit your doctor, you expect to receive competent medical care. Unfortunately, not everyone has a positive experience when they visit a healthcare facility. People make ...

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  • Distracted Driving: Is the Employee or Their Company Legally Responsible? Attorney Simeone Weighs In
    Distracted Driving: Is the Employee or Their Company Legally Responsible? Attorney Simeone Weighs In

    As smartphone technology and hands-free devices continue to develop, it’s becoming more and more common to see company employees conducting business while driving. However, using a cell ...

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