Can I Get Worker’s Compensation For a Hernia?

Hernia A hernia is an injury that occurs when an organ or fatty tissue is pushed through a weak spot or a tear in surrounding muscle tissue. There are several common types of hernias: inguinal (inner groin), femoral (outer groin), umbilical (belly button), and hiatal (upper stomach). A hernia can occur when tissue weakness combines […]

What if I’m Injured Hiking or Camping?

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Injured in an Airbnb Rental

Personal Injury Lawsuits Under the principle of premises liability, homeowners, landowners, landlords, Airbnb hosts, are responsible for maintaining a relatively safe environment on their property. For premises owners to be held liable for injuries, you, the plaintiff, must show that the owner created, knew, or should have known about an unsafe condition and negligently failed […]

Why Should I Have More Than Minimum Insurance Coverage?

Every state requires all drivers to carry auto insurance. And Obamacare now requires everyone to have health insurance. Facing these laws, many people’s first thought is to get the absolute minimum insurance required, in order to save money. While this may seem like the most fiscally responsible move in the short term, not having more […]

Factory Output Grows For 5th Straight Month In Jan; Weather Causes Overall Output To Edge Down

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Fla. Gov. Rick Scott Scraps Tampa-Orlando High-speed Rail Plan, Rejects $2.8 Billion From Feds

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Fla. Scraps High-speed Rail Plan Pushed By Obama

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) – Florida Gov. Rick Scott canceled plans for a high-speed train line between Orlando and Tampa promoted by President Barack Obama, saying Wednesday it would cost the state too much even with $2.4 billion in federal help. Cost overruns could put Florida on the hook for another $3 billion and once completed, […]

Some Fed Members Talked About Cutting Bond Program

WASHINGTON (AP) – Some Federal Reserve officials last month raised the possibility of scaling back the Fed’s $600 billion Treasury bond purchase program out of fear that a strengthening economy could spur high inflation. The minutes from the Fed’s Jan. 25-26 meeting were released on the same day that the government reported that a measure […]

Fed Officials Slightly More Upbeat On Economy

WASHINGTON (AP) – Federal Reserve officials were slightly more optimistic last month about economic growth for this year than they were in November, reflecting expected gains in consumer and business spending from tax cuts. Fed officials said in an updated forecast released Wednesday that they think the economy will grow between 3.4 percent and 3.9 […]

Federal Reserve Slightly More Upbeat On Economy For 2011, Reflecting Expected Tax-cut Boost

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Fed Minutes: Some Members Discussed Trimming $600 Billion Bond Program If Economy Strengthens

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Why you should go out solo more often

May 5, 2015, 8:44 AM|A new study in the Journal of Consumer Research looks at why many people are anxious going out alone. Researchers find the fear of judgment from strangers plays a big role. But the report also says those who go solo enjoy their time out, just as much as they would with […]