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  • Top 5 OSHA Violations Of 2016

    Every year, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) publishes a list of the most cited violations. Though there is usually not much change in the rankings from year to year, the statistics that accompany the list are revealing. OSHA… Read More
  • Top Causes Of Medical Malpractice

    When a doctor, nurse, or hospital is negligent, patients and their families suffer. These professionals, in one way or another, contribute to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people in the United States each year. According to Dr. RJ… Read More
  • Tort Reform Efforts Aim To Make It Harder To Prove Malpractice

    Tort Reform Efforts Aim To Make It Harder To Prove Malpractice
    Medical malpractice cases present challenges for patients because it can be hard to establish the standard of care that a doctor owes. Most juries don’t know what a reasonably professional doctor does in a specific situation, and there can be… Read More
  • Treating Heartburn Could Be Dangerous

    You eat a hearty meal before bed, only to wake with that familiar painful burning in your chest. You head to the bathroom, open the medicine cabinet and take your over-the-counter heartburn reliever. Maybe you are a chronic sufferer and… Read More
  • Two Columbia Men Struck By Firetruck Responding To Haz-Mat Call

    Two Columbia Men Struck By Firetruck Responding To Haz-Mat Call
    In the middle of last week, a store clerk in the state’s capital made a call to police because a man was causing a disturbance in the store. Not long after that the man ran from the store into the… Read More

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