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Concussion lawsuits behind NFL brain injury efforts? League spokesperson says ‘No’

By David Yates | Nov 29, 2014

In its latest proactive health effort, the NFL recently teamed up with Washington and the military in hopes of combating traumatic brain injury – one of many moves that has left some fans wondering if concussion lawsuits are spurring the league into action.

**FOR PRINT***The science of asbestos: A variety of definitions

By Michael Tremoglie | Sep 27, 2011

Carbone WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - Asbestos litigation has become a multibillion-dollar industry -- bankrupting large corporations, enriching lawyers and courts and providing much needed relief to victims of the deadly diseases that exposure to some types asbestos in specific amounts will cause.

Malpractice case alleges prescription of drug for off-label use caused permanent disability

By Marilyn Tennissen | Sep 8, 2008

A Beaumont man has filed a suit against a local psychiatrist, alleging the doctor prescribed a medication for an off-label use that has left him permanently disabled.

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