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blueNo Plan to Reconcile for the Former Governor of California

The former governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife of over 25 years say they have no plans to reunite despite recent reports that they may have been seeking counsel and are trying to resolve their marital problems. The couple has been spending time together with their children which spurred on the rumors of reconciliation, however, sources claim that they are a family despite the divorce case and they will continue to parent their children together.

greenPractical Tips for Avoiding Truck Accidents

Large commercial trucks are always present on the roads and highways of America, and they are accountable for over 500,000 accidents every year. The United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) also states that commercial truck accidents account for 98% of annual traffic fatalities that involve automobile drivers. While it is a good idea to try to avoid driving behind or beside a commercial truck such as an 18-wheeler, it is impossible to avoid doing so at times.

greenThe Serious Penalties for Drug Trafficking

     By Thomas & Paulk, PA
The number of drug manufacturing plants across America is growing, but the majority of illicit drugs in our country are imported from other countries in South America and the Caribbean and Mexico as well.

greenWhat If I’m Denied Social Security Benefits?

     By Malaise Law Firm
Maybe the time has come in your life to get your social security disability benefits, but what happens when those benefits are denied?

blueTexas Supreme Court Hands Down Decision On Texas Water Rights

     By Amaro Law Firm
According to legal reports, the Texas Supreme Court has recently passed down a landmark decision on water rights in the lone star state. Reportedly, the crux of the decision is that landowners own the water which is beneath their property. Sources say that after two years of litigation and speculation as to what the court might do, a decision was handed down on February 24, 2012.

blueLimitations of Personal Injury Claims in California State

     By Mesriani Law Group
Filing a personal injury lawsuit in the State of California is no easy task because of the complex and specific requirements it demands. Consequently, California personal injury claimants must be aware of the limitations concerning filing an injury case to avoid compromising their claim.

blueYou Have Choices

You have choices when planning your estate. You are not required to utilize a last will to direct the distribution of your assets after your death. Instruments such as revocable living trusts are viable options and they are not exclusively for the wealthy.

greenA Graphic Example of Nursing Home Negligence: Amputation of a Leg Due to Untreated Bed Sores

One of the more tragic cases, my office is working involves a woman who developed pressure sores on her heels during an admission to a New Mexico nursing home. Despite the fact that the woman was bed-bound, the facility took virtually no preventive measures to avoid pressure sores. In fact, by the time the staff at the nursing home began to treat the wounds, much of her heels and feet were covered with necrotic tissue.

green"Care Bundle" Strategies May Help Hospitals Prevent Birth Injuries

Given the state of our high-tech delivery rooms, it might seem contradictory that most major birth injuries occur as a result of simple human communication problems. We like to assume ALL doctors know exactly what they’re doing, at all times. Especially during the high-stress experience of labor. But study after study has proved that teamwork breakdowns are more threatening to a baby’s health than anything else - simply because there’s so much to keep track of, at such a risky time.

greenWhat is a Uterine Rupture and does it Pose a Danger to Mother or Baby?

A uterine rupture is a tear in the wall of the uterus. Accounting for ninety percent of all cases, uterine rupture is most common among mothers who have had a previous cesarean section. During contractions the extra stress can cause the previous incision scar tissue to expand and stretch, and can eventually stretch thin enough to give way.



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