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  • Smartphones Can Kill By “Accident” 
    Smartphones Can Kill By “Accident” 

    The number of smartphone users in the United States in 2017 has been estimated at 224.3 million. By 2022, the number is projected to reach 270.6 million. The number of smartphone usage worldwide could ...

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  • Nursing Home Abuse -  Part Two:  Bedsores
    Nursing Home Abuse - Part Two: Bedsores

    Two problems that exist in nursing homes are the high rate of preventable bedsores and falls resulting in injury. In a two-part series, we will discuss both. Here, in part two, we examine the common ...

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  • Nursing Home Neglect -  Part One:  Falls
    Nursing Home Neglect - Part One: Falls

    Two major problems that exist in nursing homes include the high rate of preventable bedsores and falls resulting in injury. In a two-part series, we will discuss both. Here, in part one, we examine ...

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  • Falsely Arrested Nurse Gets Justice 
    Falsely Arrested Nurse Gets Justice 

    We have often reported about wrongful treatment by a doctor, a nurse, or another individual charged with the care of patients. We have also noted many times that the clear majority of those who ...

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  • Fertility doctor expected to admit lying to investigators   
    Fertility doctor expected to admit lying to investigators   

    In a follow-up to a story we first reported here last December (2016), the Indianapolis fertility doctor accused of inseminating patients with his own sperm is expected to plead guilty to charges that ...

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  • Iowa Trucking Company Shut Down by the Feds: Tied to HumanTrafficking Deaths    
    Iowa Trucking Company Shut Down by the Feds: Tied to HumanTrafficking Deaths    

    At the law firm of Theodoros & Rooth, we pay close attention to trucking accidents caused by the irresponsibility of others – whether it be a careless driver or when the trucking company is guilty of ...

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