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Posted 8 months ago in Personal Injury Podcasts by Matt Plessner  
Beware of Amusement Park Dangers [Podcast]

(Purestock/Thinkstock)   Hazards at Theme Parks You might be planning to usher in a last hurrah of summer by heading to an amusement park this holiday weekend. But be careful. There are approximately 4,400 injuries at these destinations. The majority of injuries involve children on rides. Earlier this summer, a woman tragically plunged to her death on a roller coaster ride when the safety bar released, at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington.   Personal Injury Cases Lawyers.com radio reporter …

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Posted 8 months ago in Crime Current Events Podcasts by Larry Bodine  
Larry Bodine Discusses Oscar Pistorius Case [WIND - Radio]

Lawyers.com Editor-in-Chief Larry Bodine was interviewed on WIND AM (560) radio in Chicago. He discusses the indictment of double amputee South African Olympic runner, Oscar Pistorius, for the murder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. On Valentine’s Day, Pistorius shot Steenkamp at about 3:00 a.m., while she was in the bathroom at his apartment in Pretoria. He claims that he thought she was an intruder. Pistorius will stand trial before a judge in South Africa in March 2014. Pistorius, 26, is …

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Oversharing on Social Media Brings Trouble [KGO Radio]

(Hemera/Thinkstock) Lawyers.com Editor-in-Chief Larry Bodine appeared on San Francisco’s KGO (810 AM) all news radio with host Michael Finney. He discusses the legal dangers of over-sharing on social media. In a Lawyers.com survey of people who use social media, less than half were aware that what they post on social media could be used against them in court. Eight-one percent of divorce lawyers say they use social media postings in divorce cases. Facebook is the outlet that provides most of …

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Posted 9 months ago in Labor and Employment Podcasts by Betsy Kim  
‘It’s Just Lunch’ Has Date With EEOC [Radio]

(Brand X Pictures/Thinkstock)   WCBS (880 AM) radio journalist Steve Greenberg reports male job applicants at the dating service “It’s Just Lunch” filed an EEOC complaint. They alleged the company refused to hire men as dating directors or sale representatives, violating discrimination laws. The commission agreed. The defendant offered to pay nearly $1 million to qualified male applicants who were not hired. The company’s HR director tried to reverse the female only hiring policy but was fired. This retaliatory firing …

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Posted 9 months ago in Podcasts Your Home & The Law by Larry Bodine  
How to Protect Yourself in Apartment Swaps [KGO Radio]

(iStockphoto/Thinkstock)   Swapping apartments is a great way to cut down on a travel bill or make some extra money. Lawyers.com Editor-in-Chief Larry Bodine spoke to San Francisco’s KGO (810 AM) all news radio host Michael Finney on the legal paperwork you need for your vacation apartment swap. Larry points out in San Francisco any short-term rental for less than 32 days is illegal where people could be fined or evicted. But this trend, also called “peer to peer rentals” is growing worldwide. Larry …

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