Recent Posts in Dog Bite Category

  • Serious Injury Attorney for NEPA

    || 25-Jan-2011

    Over the past few weeks, I, like most Americans, have been following with interest the story of the Tucson shooting. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, who was shot during a townhall meeting outside a Safeway grocery store on January 8, has enthralled the nation with her fighter's spirit and compelling will to make a recovery, but for each positive milestone she reaches in her recuperation, we ...
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  • NEPA Dog Bite Lawyer

    || 17-Jul-2010

    My niece and her family recently returned from a trip through Southern Appalachia, where they spent significant time in a mountain cabin in western North Carolina. Before going, they read many books about the region, and some of the books included descriptions of the "mountain dogs" that roam there freely. The dogs accompany their people when they can be of service and return home daily ...
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  • Scranton Personal Injury Lawyer

    || 17-Mar-2010

    According to recent polls, msnbc reports that Americans are split almost down the middle on whether Congress should pass or reject the health care plan upon which they are preparing to vote. Considerable opinions have been voiced both supporting and opposing the bill, and its fate is likely close at hand. Health care is a huge issue for millions of Americans. No matter where you stand on the bill, ...
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  • Poconos Dog Bite Lawyer

    || 9-Nov-2009

    Lots of people have a story about a dog. Most of the time, the story involves a deep friendship and plenty of love. Scientists have even suggested links between people's experiences with their pets and the people's living longer, healthier lives. If you are looking for a pet, then a great place to start is Petfinder. Dogs, cats and other little critters are classified by age, size, breed ...
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