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What Lawsuits Against Juul Could Mean for the Vaping Industry

The increase in vaping-related illnesses – known as e-cigarette or vaping product use-associated lung injuries (EVALI) – prompted the FDA to officially ban flavored e-cigarette pods in January 2020. However, this move is only one step toward holding e-cigarette manufacturers like Juul accountable for a decade’s worth of questionable marketing practices.

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Connecticut Motorcycle Laws You Should Know

For those planning to ride on Connecticut’s roads, it’s advised to be aware of the local laws in advance. What should you know?

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How Common Are Red Light Accidents?

A traffic study released by AAA in August 2019 found that fatalities related to drivers running red lights hit their peak in 2017. There were 939 deaths involving drivers illegally going through intersections that year, an increase for the third straight year and up 31 percent from 2009.

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Complications of Hernia Mesh Rejection

According to the FDA, there are more than one million annual surgeries to correct a hernia and 90 percent of them use a mesh patch. Varying complications occur for nearly one-third of all patients, from localized pain to life-threatening bowel perforations, requiring repair or complete mesh removal.

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How Clothing and Shoes Affect a Slip and Fall Case

If you experienced a slip and fall on a public surface, chances are you were wearing shoes. Were they appropriate for the conditions you encountered or the job you were hired to perform? These details may seem insignificant at first but, if you decide to pursue a slip and fall claim, the defendant’s legal team could question your choice of footwear.

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