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Avoiding Negligence: Netflix Denounces the Bird Box Challenge

Posted on January 4th, 2019 by Elizabeth

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Netflix has asked fans of their latest original horror movie – Bird Box – to just say no to participating in the Bird Box Challenge that has begun to grow online. Recent viral challenges have tempted millions of social media users and produced plenty of injuries. The Bird Box Challenge seems to have slow growth […]

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Proving Negligence in a Michigan Car Accident

Posted on November 9th, 2018 by Elizabeth

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If you know you did nothing wrong in a car crash and the other person is at fault, it’s not just enough to say so. The legal concept of negligence is often the basis for establishing who is at fault in a Michigan car accident. Proof and evidence are necessary if you file an insurance […]

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Are You a Victim of Pregnancy Discrimination in the Workplace?

Posted on October 22nd, 2018 by Elizabeth

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Any woman who has ever suffered a miscarriage finds herself facing a wall of guilt. Did she eat the wrong thing? Not get enough sleep? Exercise too much? Doctors will tell women there is nothing they really could have done to prevent the miscarriage; if the pregnancy isn’t viable, it will end itself. Some women, […]

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Medical Negligence: States Are Blaming Mothers for Maternal Deaths

Posted on September 21st, 2018 by Elizabeth

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At least 30 states have avoided scrutinizing the healthcare they have provided to mothers who died before, during, or after childbirth. Some states have not studied these fatalities at all. This information comes from the extensive and continuing study on maternal mortality rates conducted by USA TODAY. Instead of considering that medical negligence is to […]

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Can Birth Defects Be Caused by Doctor Negligence?

Posted on September 17th, 2018 by Elizabeth

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Some people use “birth injury” and “birth defect” interchangeably. But these terms couldn’t be more different. Birth injuries are entirely preventable, while a birth defect is typically caused by a genetic condition. Negligence, however, can be present in both situations.

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