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  • Police Take Steps to Reduce Risk of TN Car Accident Injuries, Fatalities

    by: mdp | July 19, 2013
    Parsons Police Chief Dale King recently conducted an important study of local wrecks in an effort to curb the rate of deadly car accidents in the small Tennessee town. The…

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  • TN Officials Join Forces to Educate Employers on New Workers’ Comp Reform Bill

    by: mdp | July 17, 2013
    The Tennessee Department of Labor & Workforce Development has announced a series of seminars across the state to help educate employers on the Workers’ Compensation Reform Act of 2013. The…

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  • Couple Files Suit Against TN Company for Toddler’s E. Coli Death

    by: mdp | July 15, 2013
    A North Carolina couple has filed a complaint against the Cleveland County Fairground and Circle G. Ranch, a Tennessee company that hosted a petting zoo during the fair, for the…

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  • Government Study Analyzes Rise in Motorcycle Accident Injuries, Fatalities

    by: mdp | July 12, 2013
    The Governor’s Highway Safety Association (GHSA) recently released a study highlighting the increase in motorcycle accident injuries and deaths in Tennessee and throughout the country. Based on preliminary data supplied…

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  • Workplace Injury Rates Vary Widely by State, New Report Indicates

    by: mdp | July 11, 2013
    According to a new nationwide workers’ compensation report compiled by Allsup, rates of serious work-related injury and illness vary considerably between states, even for workers in the same industries. The…

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  • $200,000 Settlement Reached in Suit Over 3-Year-Old’s AutoZone Parking Lot Death

    by: mdp | July 10, 2013
    A New Mexico man recently agreed to a $200,000 cash settlement with Memphis, Tennessee-based AutoZone, following the death of his three-year-old daughter in the auto parts retailer’s parking lot. In…

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  • Children and Senior Citizens at Higher Risk for TN Pedestrian Accidents

    by: mdp | July 3, 2013
    Every year, thousands of pedestrians are killed in U.S. car accidents, and statistics show that children and senior citizens represent the demographics most likely to be killed in pedestrian accidents…

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  • Injuries, Deaths from Fireworks Expected to Increase Around 4th of July

    by: mdp | July 1, 2013
    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) released its annual report last month highlighting the serious injuries and deaths involving fireworks that took place in 2012, and the agency expects…

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  • Hidden Fungal Infections Caused by Contaminated Steroid Injection Spotted on MRI

    by: mdp | June 28, 2013
    According to medical professionals in Michigan, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) may be used to spot fungal infections caused by the tainted steroid injections that led to last year’s deadly meningitis…

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  • Prevent Deadly Swimming Pool Accidents During the Summer Months

    by: mdp | June 26, 2013
    Summer is in full swing, and adults and children throughout Tennessee will be taking advantage of private and community swimming pools for a break from the heat and humidity. Unfortunately,…

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