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  • Pictures Are Often Invaluable in San Diego Slip-and-Fall Cases
    Pictures Are Often Invaluable in San Diego Slip-and-Fall Cases

    As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. When seeking to prove that a slip or fall was caused by someone else’s negligence, a photo can be invaluable evidence. Elements of a ...

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  • Federal Government Must Do More to Track Opioid Overprescribers
    Federal Government Must Do More to Track Opioid Overprescribers

    Experts agree that one of the best ways to tackle the growing opioid crisis is to crack down on opioid overprescribers. Unfortunately, a new report suggests that the federal government is not doing a ...

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  • Burned Out Doctors Putting Patients at Risk for Medical Errors
    Burned Out Doctors Putting Patients at Risk for Medical Errors

    If your doctor is tired or depressed, your medical care could suffer. According to a new study, physician burnout is not only alarmingly common, but is also putting patients at greater risk for ...

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  • San Diego Injury Lawyer Calls for Super Bowl Safety
    San Diego Injury Lawyer Calls for Super Bowl Safety

    Even though California will not have a team in the Super Bowl this year, it is still one of the biggest sporting events of the year. As football fans across the state gather to watch the game, we urge ...

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  • Harm Caused by Vaginal Mesh Traced to Regulatory Loophole
    Harm Caused by Vaginal Mesh Traced to Regulatory Loophole

    The flawed approval system for medical devices is to blame for the harm caused by vaginal mesh implants, according to a new study. It maintains that if clinical trials had been conducted prior to the ...

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  • New Laws for the New Year: California Legislative Changes for 2018
    New Laws for the New Year: California Legislative Changes for 2018

    Several new California laws took effect on January 1, 2018. While the legalization of recreational marijuana is generating the most "buzz," several other changes will impact California residents in ...

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