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Chicago, IL (Law Firm Newswire) December 2, 2013 – A nursing home resident died after he caught fire while smoking a cigarette. Michael Lewis, a resident of Lake Shore HealthCare and Rehabilitation Centre, was smoking a cigarette on the patio when the lighter in his shirt pocket caught fire. His family said that the nursing home staff did not handle the situation properly. Footage from a security camera shows that Lewis pushed his wheelchair inside, where staff members sprayed Lewis with a fire extinguisher and then rolled him back outside, where he sat unattended for more than five minutes. “It […]


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Cleveland, OH (Law Firm Newswire) November 13, 2013 – The plaintiff in this medical negligence case attended a local medical clinic to have a lump on his neck removed. He ended up with a severed spinal accessory nerve that weakened his left shoulder and arm. “A 29-year-old man went to a local medical clinic to see about a lump on the side of his neck. The doctor advised him that it was a cyst or boil and that a boil could be drained and a cyst removed in the doctor’s office. The plaintiff had the cyst removed in-house at the […]


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Tampa, FL (Law Firm Newswire) July 18, 2013 -The July issue of Bigger Law Firm, a magazine for attorneys, looks at how the SEO landscape has changed once again, offers expert advice on the best presentations for juries, breaks down how social media can help with group engagement, gives tips on how to have an attorney profile which connects with prospective clients, suggests how Yelp.com can work for firms, and compares two new case evaluators. In Bigger Law Firm magazine’s July feature, “Into The Future of SEO,” Ryan Conley explains that the SEO firms and the SEO-focused clients who have […]


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Cleveland, OH (Law Firm Newswire) July 16, 2013 – Another set of changes to medical malpractice rules has been passed in Florida. “Each time a state trots out more legislation to change medical malpractice rules, it’s a fair bet medical negligence victims end up taking the brunt of the changes,” indicated Christopher Mellino, a Cleveland medical malpractice lawyer. The most recent legislative addition to the Florida legal landscape is SB 1792, that mandates that an expert witness called for the plaintiff in a medical malpractice case must practice precisely the same kind of medicine as the defendant. They can no […]


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Supreme Court Appellate Division Affirms Power of Supreme Court over Seized Funds. Kessler International’s forensic accounting services have to be paid.   New York, New York (Law Firm Newswire) July 11, 2011 – In a victory for defense experts, the New York Supreme Court Appellate Division yesterday upheld a lower court’s ruling that seized funds could be used to pay Michael G Kessler of Kessler International for computer forensic and forensic accounting services. http://www.nycourts.gov/reporter/3dseries/2011/2011_05879.htm The Appellate Division ruled that the lower court had jurisdiction to decide the issue regarding the release of seized funds and that the record belies NYPD’s […]


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