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Birth Defects Are the Leading Cause of Death Among Infants

Birth defects are the leading cause of death for newborns in the U.S., killing one in every five infants, according to the U.S. Center for...

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  • Jan 4, 2017

What to Know When it Comes to Amusement Park Ride Safety in Atlanta

In May, Six Flags Over Georgia plans to introduce a new ride with cars programmed to rapidly twist and turn 360 degrees as it moves...

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  • Jan 3, 2017

A Road Plan for Hoover Could Make for Better Driving in Birmingham's Biggest Suburb

A well-traveled road in Hoover is likely to get an upgrade if the Alabama Department of Transportation can find a contractor. The project promises to...

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  • Jan 3, 2017

We’re Excited to Announce Our New Birmingham Office

Morgan & Morgan is excited to announce our newest office, located in Birmingham, Alabama. The move is designed to expose our practice to new cities...

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  • Jan 1, 2017

New Nursing Home Regulations: Can They Reduce Elder Abuse?

Elder abuse in all forms - physical, emotional, sexual, and financial - is a critical problem in the United States. Much of the abuse occurs...

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  • Dec 29, 2016

Move Over, And Other Things Nashvillians Should Know About Sharing the Road with Emergency Vehicles

On Dec. 24, a Tennessee Department of Transportation worker was hit by a car while helping a stranded motorist change a tire on Interstate 40...

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  • Dec 29, 2016

4 New Year's Resolutions for Construction Workers Trying to Stay Safe on the Job

If you were a construction worker who avoided getting injured or killed on the job this year, you know how lucky you are. After all,...

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  • Dec 29, 2016

How More Boston Bike Routes Lead to Safer Cycling

A decade ago, it probably would have been unfathomable to hear about cycling in Boston. The logistics of biking around the city were complicated, and...

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  • Dec 27, 2016

How Boston's Opioid Problem is Changing Workers' Comp

The opioid epidemic in America has skyrocketed in recent years, and in cities like Boston it has been particularly severe. With so many looking for...

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  • Dec 26, 2016

Morgan & Morgan Comes to Boston

Morgan & Morgan, one of the largest plaintiffs’ firms in the country, is announcing the opening of its brand new office in Boston. The office...

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  • Dec 25, 2016

$50M IKEA Tip-Over Settlement Is a Great Start, But What's Next?

A huge development in the ongoing IKEA furniture recall debacle could bring due comfort to some families, but the furniture tip-over problem is far from...

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  • Dec 23, 2016

Jacksonville's Biggest Wage Theft Takedowns of 2016

Jacksonville’s economy grew again this year, and the success is expected to press on in 2017, as high-profile businesses like IKEA and a new Amazon...

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  • Dec 22, 2016

3 Biggest Safety Concerns New York Residents Have for 2017

This year was a tough one for New Yorkers. There were countless safety issues that the city had to deal with, including crane collapses, slashings,...

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  • Dec 20, 2016

Atlantans: Here Are a Few Projects That Are Planned for Our City in 2017

2016 has been a year of various developments and improvements in Atlanta. The Georgia Department of Transportation launched several construction projects throughout the city that...

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  • Dec 17, 2016

1 Billion Yahoo Accounts Compromised in Biggest Data Breach Ever

Back in September, Yahoo disclosed that 500 million user accounts had been hacked in 2014. It was the biggest data breach of a single company’s...

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  • Dec 16, 2016