Daily Archives: November 21, 2011 - 3 results

Posted 6 years ago in Jury Awards by David Baarlaer  
Editor’s Choice: Top Five Legal News Stories of the Day

Here are some news items we thought would interest you. Lab may have to pay for mistakes in genetic testing and “wrongful birth.”Married couple Seema Khadim and Sultan Zeb both carry the thalessemia beta trait, a blood condition that can cause mild to severe anemia. They wanted to have a baby, but knew there was a risk the baby would be affected by the disease. They decided to terminate the pregnancy if indeed the fetus was affected.   They decided to …

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Posted 6 years ago in Consumer Law by Keith Ecker  
How Your Elected Legislators Have Chiseled Away Your Legal Rights

Part one of a three-part series. To read Part Two, visit How the Health Care and Insurance Industries Work to Limit Your Legal Rights. To read Part Three, visit Tort Reform: Fighting Back for Consumers. There is a battle being fought at the highest levels of government over your right to file a medical malpractice or defective drug lawsuit. On the one hand are pro-business groups that seek protection from crippling multi-million dollar jury awards. On the other hand are …

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Posted 6 years ago in Your Family & The Law by Penny Arevalo  
Top 10 Ways to Tell if Your Wife is Cheating on You

Women are less likely to cheat than men, but it happens. The signs of a cheating wife are not unlike the signs of a cheating husband. The main question a husband who’s considering divorce has to answer is, is it worth it financially and emotionally to get proof?   Signs a wife is cheating Fault vs. no-fault divorces Advice for the cheated upon   Catching a cheating spouse A number of websites offers all sorts of signs husbands can look …

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