The second edition of the State Long-Term services and Supports (LTSS) Scorecard (2014), sponsored, in part, by the AARP, assigned New Jersey a 26th, and Pennsylvania a 42nd, overall ranking based on performance across twenty-six indicators…
These cases aren’t related, but they’re interesting to look at side by side. When you consider the basic facts of each, the outcomes seem unfair.
Jacoby & Meyers and Finkelstein & Partners are players in the personal injury big leagues. Finkelstein & Partners may be the biggest law firm in NY state.
Allegations of first-degree custodial sexual misconduct against a Washington County jail employee are only the latest in a long series of cases involving the sex abuse of inmates by jail personnel.
On January 3, 2009, Karen Finley slipped and fell on an oil slick in the parking lot of a Racetrac convenience store in Shreveport, Louisiana.
As another school year approaches, student-athletes and coaches will soon be involved with pre-season practices to prepare for sports contests.
This past May, Washington State University, along with 55 colleges, faced a Title IX investigation over how WSU handles sexual assaults which occur on campus.
An article appearing in the May, 2010 edition of Epilepsia titled “The teratogenic risk of antiepileptic drug polytherapy.” by F.J. Vajda and a team from Royal Melbourne Hospital and University of Melbourne (Australia) further explores the connection between antiepileptic drugs containing sodium valproate such as Depacon, Depakene, and Depakote and increased risk for congenital malformations.
On December 20, 2001, at about 8:30 a.m., David Reynolds was driving on Ridge Road in Wolcott, New York when he was pulled over and arrested by a New York State trooper for driving without a valid license.
A local news station in Georgia has uncovered an alarming and disappointing fact about metro Atlanta fire departments. Sadly, local fire departments throughout the city do not have policies in place to limit exposure to hazardous chemicals, thereby increasing firefighters’ risk of developing cancer. As a result, firefighters in the Atlanta and surrounding areas rarely receive workers’ compensation benefits.