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  • Montgomery County Plans to Re-Test All of Its Public Schools for Radon Gas
    Montgomery County Plans to Re-Test All of Its Public Schools for Radon Gas

    By: Matthew Tievsky Radon is an invisible, odorless, and radioactive gas that is emitted by the decay of uranium within the ground. (Uranium is used in nuclear power plants and weapons.) Exposure to ...

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  • What Can I Recover for My Lost Wages in An Auto Accident Case?
    What Can I Recover for My Lost Wages in An Auto Accident Case?

    By: Matthew Tievsky Car crashes cause injury, and injury can put you out of work for a period of time – even permanently, in a very serious accident. You may have to take time off due to pain, or miss ...

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  • In Maryland, Your Right to Recover for Pain and Suffering is Limited by Law
    In Maryland, Your Right to Recover for Pain and Suffering is Limited by Law

    By: Allan M. Siegel Non-economic damages are harms which, unlike medical bills, are unable to be readily quantified and valued. Common non-economic damages include disfigurement, pain and suffering, ...

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  • Tractor-Trailer/SUV Collision in Silver Spring Area Leaves 3 Injured
    Tractor-Trailer/SUV Collision in Silver Spring Area Leaves 3 Injured

    By: Allan M. Siegel A collision between an SUV and a tractor-trailer carrying mail for the U.S. Postal Service has left three people injured. The accident occurred this morning, November 30 th , at ...

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  • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Imposes Biggest Civil Fine in its History Against Airbag Manufacturer
    National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Imposes Biggest Civil Fine in its History Against Airbag Manufacturer

    By: Matthew Tievsky Takata is a manufacturer of air bag inflators that does business with major automobile manufacturers, such as Toyota and Nissan. However, on November 3, 2015, a Department of ...

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  • Two Louisiana Marshals Arrested for Killing of 6 Year-Old Boy in Arrest Gone Wrong
    Two Louisiana Marshals Arrested for Killing of 6 Year-Old Boy in Arrest Gone Wrong

    By: Matthew Tievsky On November 3, 2015, Jeremy David Mardis, a 6 year-old autistic boy, was killed in a hailstorm of bullets fired by two marshals working for the small town of Marksville, Louisiana. ...

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