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Cancer Survivor

Taxotere Hair Loss Lawsuits

Taxotere Hair Loss Lawsuits For cancer patients, tempory hair loss is nothing new, neither is the vomiting and nausea, weakness, diarrhea, body aches and pains and a myriad of other side effects, all that can stem from chemotherapy. One of the first visible signs indicating that...
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Q&A

Social Security Disability Q&A With Attorney Eric Brown

Social Security Disability Q&A With Attorney Eric Brown Today we received a question via our website pertaining to Social Security Disability. Attorney Eric Brown took the time to answer the question asked. “Why is the Social Security Administration changing my...
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Norris 2

Chuck Norris Takes On Big Pharma Companies For Poisoning His Wife

Star of television and the silver screen Chuck Norris and his wife Gena are suing seven pharmaceutical and medical diagnostic companies along with their subsidiaries for failing to warn Gena or her healthcare providers of the risk of gadolinium. Gadolinium Deposition Disease...
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Kermit

New Oklahoma DUI Laws Are Now In Effect

Changes in Oklahoma DUI Laws Now in Effect Back in June of 2017, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signed State Bill 643, amending the DUI laws in the State of Oklahoma. The changes in the bill referred to as the “Impaired Driving Elimination Act 2” went into effect on...
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Q&A

How Can I File A Lawsuit Against Social Security?

How Can I File A Lawsuit Against Social Security? Social Security Corner Q & A: We received the following question via our website, Jonesbrownlaw.com/contact-us/ from Wendy of Bakersfield Ca.: “Hi. my name is Wendy and back in 2013 I applied for social security...
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Disabled

Do You Meet The SSA Definition of Being Disabled?

Do You Meet The Social Security Administration’s Definition of Being Disabled? A disability can affect a person in many different ways. Quality of life, the ability to earn a living, families well being and financial security just to name a few. If you are indeed disabled...
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Bullies

New York Law Holds Parents Accountable for Their Kids Bullying

We are all aware of the problem that poses a threat in schools around the nation, the bullying of children. Teasing, name-calling, leaving kids out on purpose, attacking them verbally and physically and even electronically through texts, email and social media. This bullying can...
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Defective Drug

Are Generic Drugs Manufactures Given a Licence to Kill?

Let us take a look at the case of a girl named Kira, or “Nikki” as her friends and family called her. Nikki was a 22-year-old, All-American girl that had just graduated from college. Nikki started working at a local orphanage and had big plans, as all young people do,...
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Gas Rig

EEOC Files Age and Disability Complaint Against Purcell Oklahoma Contract Driller

The Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a complaint against a Purcell -based drilling contractor, alleging the contractor has discriminated against job applicants older than 40 years of age and those who had filed workers’ compensation claims.According...
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Cheerleaders

Pep Rally Skit Leads to Student’s Brain Injury and $10.5 Million Settlement

Pep Rally Skit Spirals Out of Control and Results in Student’s Brain Injury and $10.5 Million Settlement We all remember the excitement of the high school pep rally. The high school band blaring the school song, cheerleaders flying through the air and coaches and players...
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Johnson and Johnson to Pay $417 Million in Talcum Powder Case

Update: Johnson and Johnson to Pay $417 Million in Talcum Powder Case As we reported to you earlier this year, Johnson and Johnson and their Baby Powder (talcum powder) product were under fire for causing ovarian cancer in women. Since then the cases against the big pharma giant...
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Senior Care

Dying Cancer Patient’s Pain Meds Stolen. Care Facility Settles For $1 Million

Henry Sloan, a resident of the Oakleaf Village, a care facility in Lexington South Carolina, lay in his bed in excruciating pain as pancreatic cancer took its toll on his 75-year-old body. Why was Mr. Sloan in so much pain considering that he was in a facility that he and his...
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Workplace

Political Views in the Workplace: An Employers Guide

Political Views in the Workplace: An Employers Guide There is an old saying that there should never be any discussion of politics or religion inside a bar, with today’s political climate the workplace should be added to that list. Democrat or Republican, Trump supporter or...
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Total Coverage

The 4 Types of Insurance You Absolutely Need

Between the General and Shaq cruising around, and that weirdo Flo with Progressive seemingly always on television or the internet, the world of insurance has become a confusing topic. Are there state minimums on car insurance? What all does my homeowners coverage cover? Do I have...
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Football

NFL Concussion Study 2017: 111 NFL Brains, 110 Found to Have CTE

NFL Concussion Cases Latest Findings By now you have heard the discussion in main stream media about the relationship between NFL football players, actually football players of all levels and ages, and the news has not been good. In fact there has been a billion dollar settlement...
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