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Feb 4, 2017 at 20:58 o\clock

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Imagine that you have sent you daughter to college and she has gone on Spring Break to Miami. She call you to say someone has rear ended her in her auto and she has a headache. What should you do? Well the first thing to do obviously is get her to go to a Hospital and get referred to a specialist. But, in case there may be personal injury involved you need to contact an attorney. You may be living in Richmond, Virginia and know no one who can refer you to an attorney in Miami.

This is where America's Top Attorneys can assist. With a few clicks of a mouse you are able to isolate Florida, then Miami, then the practice area, in this case personal injury. The website will then list all the top practicing Personal Injury Attorneys in each of the area codes in Miami. All you have to do is call one of them and get them to work contacting your daughter to ensure that she is well advised and represented throughout the process. (Now you can set about getting there yourself) It is important to get her represented straightaway lest the driver, who rear ended her, gets himself represented and starts making accusations or allegations about her. Now we come to more of a nightmare scenario. Suppose your son gets arrested DUI in Houston, or in possession of half an ounce of Marijuana in Brigham City, Utah what is the best you can do. Well obviously they need representation while you arrange bail and in order to get them representation, wherever you are you need and attorney who is proficient in DUI cases or has a Criminal Law practice and they are remote from yourselves.

Thanks to the new service being offered by America's Top Attorneys you are able to get them the best representation available quickly by locating them on the America's Top Attorneys Website and then by using the phone get their rights attended to. Whether he is guilty of anything the State will have to prove. A good attorney can ensure that every step is carried out correctly and if guilty try to ensure that such a conviction remains a misdemeanor with an accompanying "slap on the wrist"

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Feb 4, 2017 at 12:33 o\clock

Personal Injury Attorney - Better Defense





There are many types of personal injuries:

Work related injuries, or work accidents, which can be a consequence of defective or missing protection equipment.Car accident injuries: when the other driver is guilty of the collision between your vehicles, you could file a personal injury claim and ask for compensations.Medical malpraxis personal injury: attorneys can fight for you in court in case you have been the victim of a medical error with consequences for your health and for your quality of life.Improper products injury: defective products, toys which are not suitable for children, not properly labeled, expired products can cause personal damage, therefore any consumer who's been a victim of defective or recalled goods can hire a personal injury attorney and file in the compensation claim.Whether your case ends up with a lump sum settlement, a structured settlement or with a court trial, hiring the best personal injury attorney you can afford could be in your financial benefit at the end of the day, because the extra money you'd be able to obtain as compensationcould be bigger than what you agreed to pay the lawyer.

Feb 4, 2017 at 01:07 o\clock

Lead In Washington, D.C. Drinking Water May Have Caused More Stillbirths And Miscarriages

Did you need another reason to be concerned about exposure to lead?



This seems "to confirm the expectation, based on prior research, that about 20 to 30 extra fetal deaths occurred each year that the lead in water was high," Edwards told the Washington Post.

Long-established science suggests that the elevated lead levels should have also increased stillbirths, which are fetal deaths in the second half of the normal 40-week gestation period. The new study, published December 9 in Environmental Science & Technology, provides evidence that such an increase occurred during Washington's lead crisis. Edwards found that in 2001, Washington's annual fetal death rate jumped by 32-63 percent relative to the rates in 1997-1999; no comparable increase occurred in Baltimore, which did not suffer lead level spikes.





Feb 3, 2017 at 18:20 o\clock

Do You Need A Personal Injury Attorney?

Accidents and injuries can come our way anytime. They are like those unwanted guests who never let you know before they turn up at your place. You need to spend money on them and suffer the agony caused by them. The entire experience takes a complete toll on you, physically as well mentally. So how would you exactly feel if you suddenly fall victim to an injury which has been caused by someone else? Will you be ready to pay the price for another person's sins? Absolutely not! Even if you do, you have to see to it that you make them pay back. A personal injury attorney can prove to be extremely beneficial in such cases.







Feb 3, 2017 at 08:58 o\clock

Lead In Washington, D.C. Drinking Water May Have Caused More Stillbirths And Miscarriages



Did you need another reason to be concerned about exposure to lead?

This seems "to confirm the expectation, based on prior research, that about 20 to 30 extra fetal deaths occurred each year that the lead in water was high," Edwards told the Washington Post.

Long-established science suggests that the elevated lead levels should have also increased stillbirths, which are fetal deaths in the second half of the normal 40-week gestation period. The new study, published December 9 in Environmental Science & Technology, provides evidence that such an increase occurred during Washington's lead crisis. Edwards found that in 2001, Washington's annual fetal death rate jumped by 32-63 percent relative to the rates in 1997-1999; no comparable increase occurred in Baltimore, which did not suffer lead level spikes.

Washington's stillbirth rates returned to normal in 2004. But the city's fetal death rate rose again in 2007-2009, when pipe replacements released lead into some homes' drinking water.

The Washington Post writes that this study "contrasts sharply with government-led health studies that were released amid an outcry after people learned of hazardous lead in the water in 2004. Those studies largely rejected the notion that the water had harmed public health."

Edwards also revisits a "miscarriage cluster" in the USA Today building in Rosslyn, Va. -- an area just outside the District, which drew from the same water supply, and where women working on two floors undergoing renovations had a 100 percent miscarriage rate.



Federal investigators "were unable to determine what caused numerous miscarriages among employees at USA Today's headquarters" the Los Angeles Times reported in 1990.

Edwards writes in the new study that, reexamining the data, exposure to high levels of lead in drinking water "was a possible causal factor in the USA Today miscarriage cluster."

Lead "damages the brain, nerves, red blood cells, kidneys, and reproductive systems," according to the California Department of Health, and "can also cause high blood pressure, miscarriage, and other health problems." Lead has even been used to induce abortions.