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Monthly Archives: December 2019

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Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Related to Cannabis Potentially On the Horizon

By Kiselica Law Firm |

Although it has not yet occurred, there is no question that a medical malpractice lawsuit related to cannabis is in the near future. This includes in states such as Rhode Island, where patients are allowed to purchase marijuana products from state-licensed dispensaries known as “compassion centers.” This is due, in part, to the fact… Read More »

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Construction Accidents Are Placing Workers at Risk of a New Catastrophic Injury: Opioid Addiction

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The construction industry has long been known as one of the most dangerous in terms of accidents and physical injuries for workers: Amputations, electrocution, fractures, falls, and more plague thousands of workers every year. In fact, the injury rate for construction workers is almost 80 percent higher than the national average for all workers…. Read More »

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New Study Reveals That Those with Traumatic Brain Injuries Not Only Suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, But That Relevant Parts of Their Brains May Never Fully Recover

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Neurologists have long been baffled by why U.S. military members who suffer concussion-like brain injuries end up suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder—an issue that also has significant implications for anyone who suffers from a personal injury and related litigation in general—until now. According to a recent study out of UCLA, traumatic brain injuries cause… Read More »

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Widower Awarded Almost $160 Million in First Same-Sex Wrongful Death Claim Against Big Tobacco

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In November, a jury awarded a widower close to $160 million in the first wrongful death claim brought by a same-sex couple against two of the largest tobacco companies in the country. The victim died from respiratory disease in 2018 after smoking for decades, and his husband pursued damages as the representative of his… Read More »

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