Daily Archives April 17, 2015

Social Security Lawyers Always by Your Side

Social Security Lawyers Always by Your Side

by: Kristine Llabres

Social Security disability attorney will just be at his client’s side all along the way. The attorney would help him determine what benefits they are eligible for incase they have suffered or injured from a medical condition.
Social security attorneys will also see to it that their clients are likely to be considered a disabled person under social security rules. It is necessary to think that these lawyers are highly knowledgeable and they work really efficiently to serve their clients needs and demands.
You should consider your social security attorney to be your most trusted ally along the way...

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On Dog Bites And Other Dog Injuries… (Part 2)

On Dog Bites And Other Dog Injuries… (Part 2)

by: Granny’s Mettle

Dog bites are very common injuries for both adults and children. People bitten by a dog can have permanent disfigurement, psychological trauma, and worse, even death. It is therefore necessary to always provide great care when dealing with dogs, even those that are considered as pets.
Precautionary measures are provided by experts and medical practitioners to avoid getting bitten. However, when one gets dog bites, one should know his/her rights, especially when it comes to recovering damages.
If you or a family is bitten by a dog, you should:

try to identify the dog. If the dog has rabies, it is important that you should seek medical care and get the appropriate vaccines against the rabies.
not argue with the owner of ...

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Anti-Phishing Bill Introduced To Congress

Anti-Phishing Bill Introduced To Congress

by: Richard A. Chapo

Sen. Partick J. Leahy has introduced the Anti-Phishing Act of 2005 to Congress for consideration. The Act would allow federal prosecutors to seek fines of up to $250,000 and prison sentences of up to five years against individuals convicted for promoting phishing scams. Online parody and political speech sites would be excluded from prosecution.
“Phishing” is an online scam used to deceive computer users into giving up personal information such as social security numbers and passwords. Phishing scams usually involve email messages requesting the verification of personal information from a familiar business. Readers are provided a link that sends them to what appears to be the site of the company in question...

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Government Overregulation of Broadcast Content Cou

Government Overregulation of Broadcast Content Could Backfire

by: Terry Mitchell

Rush is right! The government’s stepped up bid to regulate broadcast television content is indeed frightening. Limbaugh made his comments during one of his regular radio broadcasts last year. Those remarks were in response to the FCC’s crackdown on broadcast indecency and Congress’ threats to hand out much larger fines to broadcasters for such violations, in the wake of Janet Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction” at the Super Bowl halftime show last February.
Limbaugh is the not only media personality alarmed by this intensified government scrutiny of television content...

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Vioxx Withdrawl and Drug Litigation

Vioxx Withdrawl and Drug Litigation

by: Richard Martin

On Sept. 30, 2004 Merck announced a worldwide withdrawal of Vioxx® (rofecoxib). Vioxx had previously been prescribed in the treatment of arthritis and pain. Worldwide sales of Vioxx in 2003 were an estimated $2.5Billion and the drug was marketed in more than 80 countries around the world. This is one of several recent pharmaceutical products to have been put in the spotlight by both the national media and plaintiff lawyers.
Since sometime in the mid to late 90s a substantial number of pharmaceutical medications and medical devices have been removed from the market due to possible adverse health implications. The FDA acts as a regulatory body in approving health related products before they are marketed to consumers...

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