marijuana, personal injury

Study Finds High Driving Is Increasing In states That Legalize Marijuana

Driving while under the influence of marijuana is rising in states that legalize marijuana. More and more states are legalizing marijuana (either recreationally or medicinally) and those states are experiencing increasing rates of high driving. High driving is a problem because of law enforcement, unlike with alcohol, possesses no reliable tools or tests to assess […]

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The Most Common Office Work Injuries and Accidents

Though they do not receive the same kind of attention as other professional injuries, injuries in the office are unfortunately very common. Though office professions do not get as much notice as more serious injuries sustained in manual positions, the effects of injuries in office positions can be just as painful and damaging, and sometimes […]

Stethoscope and medical paperwork

The Strengthening Medicare And Repaying Taxpayers Act of 2011

An important piece of legislation was recently introduced in Congress that, if passed, will change the way that Medicare secondary payer rules for certain claims, including workers’ compensation, are applied. The legislation is called the “Strengthening Medicare And Repaying Taxpayers Act of 2011 (a/k/a HR 1063 or the SMART Act) and was sponsored by Congressmen […]

jet ski, accidents

Jet Ski Accidents: Common Causes of Injuries on Lake Michigan

Due to the large numbers of jet skis on Lake Michigan, they are common causes of accidents and injuries. While most jet ski accidents are caused by negligence, some are caused by defective parts that may cause jet skis to malfunction. Jet Ski Accidents and Injuries During spring and summer months, Lake Michigan is a […]

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Who Keeps The Ring?

The 50 to 50,000 thousand-dollar question that even baffles the experts; if an engaged couple calls off the wedding, who gets the ring? Etiquette experts such as Emily Post typically