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A Warranty on Hips and Knees?

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If you buy a new appliance, car, computer, or really almost any household device, your new purchase comes with a warranty against product defects.  But what about artificial joints?  A hip?  A knee?   Hip and knee replacements are somewhat commonplace, yet only one joint manufacturer even offers a warranty, but only for one of

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Issued a Ticket, but Liable for Crash Victim’s Injuries?

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One recent weekend in September, Virginia State Police issued more than 1,000 (one thousand) tickets to drivers along 870 miles of Interstates 81, 95, 85 and 64.  Drivers were cited for such charges as speeding, reckless driving, drunken driving, and drug and other felony charges. What happens if one of these drivers had been involved

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Sobriety Checkpoints in Herndon

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Earlier this month, the Town of Herndon Police conducted a sobriety and driver’s license checkpoint between the hours of 8:30 pm and 3:00 am. easy payday loans to get Police arrested one driver for DUI, and cited 8 drivers who did not have their operator’s license with them, 11 unlicensed drivers, and 3 child safety

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Remote Texter Can Be Held Liable for Car Crash

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We all know the dangers of texting and driving.  And we know that drivers who text while they are driving can be held liable for any accident caused by their distracted driving. But what about a person — someone not even in the car — who sends a text to someone who is driving?  Can

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For-Profit College to Pay $13 Million in Lawsuit

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What protections exist for consumers who enroll in a for-profit degree school?  According to a jury in a recent case — the law is on their side! A Missouri woman who thought she was enrolling in the medical assistant’s (MA) program at Vatterott College — a for-profit school  — sued the school when she discovered

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