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There may come a time in your life where you are injured, and you’re going to need an attorney on your side. You’re going to need someone who can help you through the process of making a claim, and who can represent your best interests during a trial. Kambrell Garvin hopes he will be that…

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In December 2020, two former University of South Carolina instructors filed lawsuits against USC, alleging they were sexually harassed by a tenured professor named David Voros. Voros faced accusations of sexual harassment in 2018, from a different party. According to FITS News, “The lawsuit accuses the university of systemically protecting Voros after numerous complaints of…

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A guardianship or conservatorship are meant to protect vulnerable people, like the elderly, when they are unable to take care of themselves. A judge may deem it appropriate to put another person in charge of managing the details of that person’s life, like their financial affairs and important medical decisions. Typically this person is a…

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A former cheerleader from Northwestern University has filed a lawsuit against the school, claiming its athletic department trafficked cheerleaders to entice fans and donors, and refused to launch a formal investigation when she complained. Further, because the Title IX office at the university relegated the complainant to witness status, she was barred from any information…

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NBC News recently published an article about sexual assault forensic exams, including a comprehensive tool that allows survivors of sexual assault to search for trained sexual assault nurse examiners (SANE) in their area. SANEs are trained to perform forensic exams (also called rape kits) on survivors, which are crucial for collecting the evidence necessary to…

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On January 12, the American College of Physicians published a position paper in the Annals of Internal Medicine, proposing a comprehensive policy framework to address racial disparity and discrimination in healthcare. The paper takes a strong position in calling for policy changes to better understand, address, and eventually remove existing health disparities due to institutional…

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Congresswoman Debbie Dingall (D) from Michigan has introduced a bill to Congress, requiring that all vehicle manufacturers install alcohol monitoring equipment by September 30, 2024. Representative Dingall introduced this legislation in honor of the Abbas family, all five of whom died in a drunk driving crash in January 2019. The Abbas family was driving through…

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Often when people think of nursing home abuse, they tend to conjure up images of negligent or cruel employees and staff mistreating their elderly loved ones. However, a notable percentage of assaults and mistreatment occur from resident-on-resident abuse. Often this abuse goes unreported or even unaddressed by staff or the residents themselves. The National Center…

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One of the most important parts of any civil claim is gathering evidence to demonstrate that a person or company has acted in an improper manner that resulted in injury to someone. Accidents with trucks and tractor-trailers demand a significant amount of proof to indicate negligence on behalf of a driver or company. These types…

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