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2009-08-13 | Long Island Private investigator, Long Island Investigations, Inc., works directly with you. We offer a personal service that competitors don't. When you need information on your case, simply call your investigator 24/7. That's personal service!
2009-08-13 | Have you been arrested for a misdemeanor or felony DUI or other criminal offense in Las Vegas, Nevada? Finding an experienced and ethical lawyer can be a difficult process. Come to The Law Offices of Paul J. Adras and experience personal attention.
2009-08-11 | Evidence of patient safety risks and their impact on patients continues to emerge, both in hospitals and community settings.
2009-08-11 | ICORP Investigations is expanding to new levels. The started as a Long Island based operation and are now taking their skills and knowledge into New York City.
2009-08-07 | Whether choosing to embark on the sport of bungee cord jumping, or simply using bungee cords for other things, the danger of getting injured by a bungee cord is more common than you think.
2009-08-07 | When a dangerous condition unexpectedly injures you on private property, the aftermath can result in serious physical and financial consequences.
2009-08-06 | Asset values have dropped significantly, but obtaining financing at acceptable terms is very difficult due to market uncertainty and the instability of asset prices. Distressed asset investment funds have been growing in popularity in 2009.
2009-08-06 | Many deaths and injuries occur because of drunk driving. If you or a loved one have been the victim of someone else's drunk driving, you may be entitled to compensation for your pain and suffering.
2009-08-04 | The TreasureStone backup and recovery appliances come in 5TB, 8TB and 15TB and supports iSCSI storage.
2009-08-01 | South Africa president Jacob Zuma, a client of Schillings, has been awarded very significant damages and an apology from the Guardian newspaper following false claims printed in March 2009
2009-08-01 | Statistics released by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and the National Highway Safety Administration stated fatalities have decreased slightly in the recent past
2009-08-01 | When the spine of a fetus fails to close in the womb, an open lesion on the spine may develop. This lesion can result in significant nerve damage and injury to the spinal cord. This happens during the first month of the development of pregnancy.
2009-08-01 | If you are considering a facelift, the cosmetic surgery that can treat loose and sagging facial skin associated with age, you may have already found that there are several different types of facelifts
2009-07-29 | The warning further stated that Baxter's Presentation and Brochure included claims suggesting that the FDA approval of TISEEL was for a broader indication that it had actually intended.
2009-07-29 | Although no incidents of injury or death have been reported, the potential for ingestion exists should the paint on the handrails begin cracking or flaking.
2009-07-27 | Mechanical errors, pilot mistakes and many other factors can be the cause of a helicopter accident. If you or a loved one have been a victim of a helicopter accident, it is important to discuss your case with a professional.
2009-07-25 | Florida Trend magazine has named their "Legal Elite" in the state. Covering different areas of practice, the Florida Legal Elite is a list put together annually. According to Florida Trend, 918 lawyers were chosen this year.
2009-07-25 | The asbestos contamination in the small Montana town of Libby was a nearly 70 year catastrophe in the making. In 1919 when the vermiculite mine opened, it probably seemed like an economic godsend for the town.
2009-07-25 | Trucks, or tractor-trailers, are a necessary part of the economy of the United States. They deliver goods from one coast to the other, and trucking companies also provide thousands of jobs.
2009-07-25 | Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) is a condition that causes cell death and the separation of the epidermis (skin) to separate from the dermis.