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What Does It Mean to Be a Sanctuary State?

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill last year that limited cooperation between local officials and federal immigration officers. Known also as the sanctuary state bill, Brown’s decision is not a set definition of what makes a place a “sanctuary” for immigrants and limits the deportation of illegally residing residents. In addition, this will affect how schools,…. Read More

Who is Liable in a Motorcycle Accident?

Liability in a motorcycle accident will be dependent on whether one of the drivers is found to have acted in a negligent, or careless manner, which results in someone else’s injury. Drivers, whether of an auto or a motorcycle, are expected to use care and be alert to their fellow drivers, be alert to changes…. Read More

Tips to Prepare Your Car for a Snowy Drive

While the holidays may be over, winter continues to clench us with its icy grasp. While it’s fine to daydream about sunny spring days, take some time out of your day to make sure your car is still prepped for winter weather. Check out our winter driving tips below. You never know when you’ll be stuck…. Read More

Are Doctors Overprescribing Antidepressants?

It seems that every day, more and more doctors are prescribing antidepressants to combat depression. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, antidepressants are the most commonly prescribed medication in the country. However, it seems that antidepressants are not being prescribed for just depression. According to a 10-year study published in 2015 by…. Read More

Opioid Epidemic: Are Doctors Overprescribing Painkillers?

In recent years, an opioid epidemic has been sweeping the US. In addition to illegal opioid drugs, such as heroin, legal prescription opioids, like hydrocodone and oxycodone, are also contributing to America’s opioid epidemic. Due to this fact, doctors have been under the microscope, because some have accused them of over prescribing opioids, leading to…. Read More

Medical Malpractice Claims: Top 5

Although new technology has made medical care safer and easier than ever before, malpractice and negligence still occasionally occurs. Patients can file medical malpractice claims if a medical professional makes an error that seriously impacts their health. Here are five of the most common medical malpractice claims: Delayed Diagnosis or Missed Diagnosis Some illnesses are…. Read More

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