Alfred Matthews went to the hospital for a routine gall bladder surgery. During his operation, the surgeon allegedly severed his common bile duct. Matthews filed a personal injury lawsuit against the hospital Orland Park in Chicago, the surgeon Dr. James O’Donnell and two other named defendants doing business under... 
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If you’re new to the business of selling insurance, or even if you’re an old hand at it, make selling a breeze by using Medicare supplement leads. Let’s be honest here. You want to grow your business, right? You did not get into selling insurance because you intended on losing money or giving away all your products.... 
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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced it will pay for robotic legs that could help many paralyzed veterans who have spinal cord injuries walk again. ReWalk Robotics makes electronic leg braces with motion sensors and motorized joints that allow individuals to stand upright and walk. The company said the... 
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In family law and divorce cases where parents cannot work out a custody arrangement, and in situations where custody is hotly-contested, one option in addition to the testimony of the parents and third party witnesses is what is known in California as a “730 child custody evaluation.” What is a 730 child... 
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Whether you’re the spouse paying alimony and child support to your ex, or the one receiving it, there may come a time when you find the numbers you had decided on are no longer feasible and need an update. Here’s a quick guide to how you can modify child support payments – upward or downward, depending on... 
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While a mediated divorce is a hell of a lot better than a litigated divorce, the fact remains that you may still need to hire a lawyer as part of the divorce process. It is important to note that the mediation process involves a lot of legal provisioning and hence can’t be completed without the help of a trained... 
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Retirement assets are often the single biggest asset for many divorcing couples today, and if enough attention isn’t paid to the small stuff – the consequences can be dire. Here is what you must know before you sign off on an agreement or settlement with your soon-to-be ex. QDROs: The earlier the better A Qualified... 
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While filing for a formal divorce might not be the most pleasant thing, it however becomes absolutely paramount at times. There are factors though that might make a significant dent in your pocket during the divorce process. Five such factors are listed below: Complex financial property: Divorce could be particularly... 
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The Honorable Amy Clark Meachum, judge of the 201st Judicial District Court in Travis County, issued an Order Overruling GTECH’s Plea to the Jurisdiction today.  Her order rejected GTECH’s argument that it enjoys immunity because it is a government contractor.  The judge’s order means the Fun 5’s... 
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Texas is famous for many things, including leading most other states for the number of drunk driving deaths on their highways. Additionally, it has an extremely large number of motorcycles registered and a very high number of biker deaths. Consider yet another deadly crash on Highway 69. A biker was heading north,... 
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