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After upward trend over 3 years, pedestrian deaths show decline

Did you know that the first year for which we started compiling and tracking U.S. pedestrian deaths is 1975? That first year of data showed that 7,516 died in 1975, a shocking number when you consider current figures and the...
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Drug testing for medical staffers a serious issue

A couple of weeks ago, we wrote about a medical malpractice story that involved a doctor who once had a drug addiction. That man went on to perform many surgeries, some of which were botched. And yet the institutions he...
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Apple cider spill could cost Dunkin Donuts

March 17, 2014
An infamous lawsuit from 20 years ago saw a McDonald's patron sue the fast food company for serving her coffee that was too hot. The patron spilled the coffee on herself by accident and suffered terrible burns. The lawsuit garnered...
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Institutional failure seems to be involved in malpractice case

March 6, 2014
Let's say you are about to go in for a very important -- and risky -- surgery. As the hospital preps you for the procedure, you are informed of who your surgeon is and the two of you have a...
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