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Fox news is reporting a Florida surgeon mistakes kidney for a cancerous tumor. The woman’s kidney was perfectly healthy, but he mistook it and inexplicably removed it during a routine back surgery, according to a report.

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Medicaid and Medicare health care fraud runs rampant and often preys on the elderly and disabled. Hurting those who often cannot fend or care for themselves the most.

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When you suffer a personal injury caused by someone else’s negligence, it’s possible you may be entitled to compensation. To legally get this compensation, you will likely need to file a personal injury lawsuit.

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Driving Stoned: As more and more states legalize or decriminalize pot possession, a surge in driving stoned has become troublesome. So much so, that the NTSB has issued a report on the snowballing problem.

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A Johns Hopkins University study covering eight years of data found there are at least 250,000 medical malpractice deaths in the U.S. annually. Medical errors are now the third leading cause of death in the U.S. Beating out Smoking and Respiratory Diseases which kill 150,000 per year.

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In a noteworthy case, according to San Francisco’s CBS affiliate (KPIX 5), a jury has awarded a groundskeeper for the Benicia Unified School District nearly $290 Million. The award is to be paid by Monsanto for the reason that it is the manufacturer of the popular herbicide which was used… “Roundup”.

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Another summer is over and it’s back to school for many children. An exciting time, full of awe and for some – anxiety. New friends, new teachers, new curriculum and tests, tests, tests.

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Having items delivered to your door within 2 hours of ordering them is a modern miracle. But it is taking its toll on Amazon’s warehouse staff and delivery personnel.

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Firstly, we hear on the news that crime is down across the nation. Several big cities are boasting that the addition of more police officers has paid off. With benefits such as sharply-decreased rates of violent crimes, burglaries, and thefts.

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