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An article published this month in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases1 discusses a case of hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) with encephalopathy in a pregnant woman. Both the baby and mother survived. The following is information from the case study found in the article (“Hemolytic–uremic syndrome with acute encephalopathy in a pregnant woman infected with Read more…
A duplex explosion can give rise to personal injury and wrongful death claims against a landlord, propane company, gas company or others, including manufacturers of defective products that explode and cause a fire. Our lawyers won $45 million for people injured by an injured product and are now taking explosion cases throughout the United States. Read more…
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) announced it has completed its investigation of the tragic 2014 collision between a FedEx vehicle and a tour bus that tragically killed 10 people, including 5 children, drivers of the bus and truck and 3 adult chaperones. In addition, 39 people, most of them students, sustained injuries from the force Read more…