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06/17/10   |   By

Wash Your Hands or You’re Fired! | DC Metro Area Medical Malpractice Law Blog

Wash your hands or you’re fired! That, in short, is what Abingdon Memorial Hospital (located in Abingdon, PA) has begun telling its employees, although the

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08/05/08   |   By

FDA Warning: Henna Tattoos More Dangerous than Most People Realize | DC Metro Area Personal Injury Law Blog

Late Summer is a season of carnivals, festivals and open-air malls — all venues where thousands of young people receive popular black henna tattoos e

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02/29/08   |   By

DC Metro Area Traffic Don’ts: Regional Road Rules You May Not Know

Washington, D.C. is unique as one of the few U.S. cities built according to a preconceived plan.  Its grid-based pattern of roads is relativ

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02/15/08   |   By

Botox Linked to Respiratory Failure and Death: FDA Warning | DC Metro Area Medical Malpractice Law Blog

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning that three products:  Botox, Botox Cosmetic (Botulinum toxin Type A), and Myobloc (Botulin

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11/25/07   |   By

Babysitter Safety Inspection Checklist Helps Prevent Injuries | DC Metro Area Personal Injury Law Blog

If you’re planning a holiday party or celebration this season, you may also be planning to hire a babysitter.  In the absence of parent

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09/04/06   |   By

Parental Liability for Underage Drinking in Virginia | DC Metro Area Personal Injury Law Blog

Under Virginia law, parents may be both criminally and civilly liable for hosting parties where alcohol is served to minors.  While some parents belie

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