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5 Risks of Insulin Pumps for Diabetes Management

For those living with diabetes, the introduction of the insulin pump marked a turning point towards a sense of normalcy for some. The device – a computerized system delivering a continuous supply of insulin – mirrors the function of the pancreas by keeping blood glucose levels consistent through meals and at night.

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Why Refer Your Loved Ones to Trantolo & Trantolo?

Halloween is a spooky time of year, when we dress up as scary monsters and go door-to-door for tricks or treats. Some of us like to watch horror movies or read heart-pounding thriller novels for the fun of feeling scared, but we are here to remind you that there are real frights in our world of personal injury law.

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10 Thoughts for the Injured

At Trantolo & Trantolo, many of us have experienced a personal injury. This knowledge not only helps our stellar legal representation, but allows us to give clients and their families the hope that things will get better. Our Director of Communications, Chick Pritchard, offers 10 pieces of advice for those who have been hurt by a person or defective product.

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5 Secrets Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Know

Our personal injury law firm is dedicated to giving a voice to voiceless victims. When an individual or business needs to be brought to justice for causing injury, we are on your side – the insurance company is not. Insurance companies are out to make a profit and it is their goal to give you the lowest payout possible.

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US Supreme Court Tightens Rules on Where You Can File Injury Lawsuits

Let’s say you get injured on the job and, depending on your employee classification, you have to file a workers’ compensation claim or a negligence lawsuit against your employer. In many cases, because the company employing or contracting you does business in your state, you can file a lawsuit at a local court.

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