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"A Dolphin's Tale" – See It

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Explaining the difference between “Make Believe Tales” and “Artificial Tails” to my nephews and niece was not an easy task. But after seeing the wonderful new movie, “Dolphin’s Tale,” we were able to talk about the funny scenes and the serious subject of prosthetic limbs for wounded soldiers. Because the Landau Law Shop helps injured

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Yesterday we looked at the possible causes for the deaths of swimmers in Triathlon and other open water competition. Pre-existing cardiac conditions may be one plausible theory. One such pre-existing condition could be “Long QT syndrome.” This is an “inherited defect in heart rhythm that predisposes to syncope without warning (sudden fainting spells), dizziness, palpitations,

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Swimming Deaths in Triathlon – Possible Causes

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Having discussed the triathlon swimming deaths with USAT CEO Rob Urbach, family of the athletes and read the accounts of these tragedies, there are several facts that perhaps point to a reason for these “unexplained fatalities.” The sport of Triathlon is very safe, as USAT sanctioned races have a number of rules in place to

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"IOUs" on a Bike Crash Case Settlement or Verdict

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After a bike crash, the main focus of the biker’s attention should be getting well. However, medical bills and other expenses add up in serious in jury cases. Many Landau Law Shop clients have health, workers compensation and other insurance coverage for these bills. Under many states’ laws, government and some private insurance plans have

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