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Dallas W. Hartman
Pennsylvania & Ohio Personal Injury, Workers Comp and Med Mal Attorneys
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Chandi Chapman Nov 1
An attorney plans on filing a class action lawsuit against UPMC Jameson tomorrow after hundreds of people may have been exposed to unclean probes during ultrasounds.
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WTAE-TV Pittsburgh Nov 1
More than 200 UPMC Jameson patients notified about potential exposure from ultrasound probes used in exams
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Dallas W. Hartman Nov 1
Class action lawsuit planned against UPMC Jameson Hospital
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Cindy Miklos Aug 29
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OH Assc. for Justice Aug 29
"An Erie County jury awarded nearly $7.4 million in damages Tuesday against two local doctors blamed for a Vermilion woman’s permanent brain damage."
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EndDD.org Aug 21
Sending or reading a text takes your eyes off the road for 4.6 seconds. At 55 mph, that's like driving the length of an entire football field, blindfolded. Our PSA animation illustrates these dangers.
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PA Assoc For Justice Aug 1
“In a recent survey of 1,000 Pennsylvania nurses, 94 percent said their facility doesn't have enough nursing staff and 95 percent said they have been unable to provide the best care as a result.”
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EndDD.org Jul 31
It’s a fact: More teens will be killed or seriously injured by distracted driving than drunk driving. Friends don’t let friends drive distracted. Teens, speak up and .
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EndDD.org Aug 1
Teens: You have the power to protect your friends. Nearly 60% of crashes are caused by distraction. Set an example. Drive distraction-free, and call out your friends when they are driving distracted.
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Kelly Rule Aug 2
: just released three new pictures regarding . Pic on left shows male/female suspects arriving at airport. Middle pic shows 12YO & female suspect walking through baggage. Pic on right shows the vehicle police are looking for.
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MOTOVATE Jul 16
With the right Motovation, driving safely could become a new social norm! Do you think it will ever happen? How do you promote the ?
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KDKA May 30
❤️ ❤️ ❤️ This 8-year-old boy didn't know he was being filmed when he selflessly stopped to help an elderly woman struggling to walk up steps. Now, his random act of kindness is going viral.
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EndDD.org May 24
Heather Dawn Bouchard should be celebrating her birthday this week. She as killed in a crash while driving to work. She attempted to retrieve her dropped cell phone and crashed. We honor the life of this dedicated social worker.
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EndDD.org May 20
Distractions are not limited to cell phone use. The driver who struck and killed our daughter Casey was reaching for his GPS. If you need to do something other than drive, remember to pull over first or wait until you have arrived at your destination.
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MOTOVATE May 23
Even if it's dangerous, illegal, and you know you're not supposed to do it, you still use your phone for something while driving. Is it possible to do it safely???
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Western Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association May 17
WPTLA's Executive Board makes statement in response to the recent Superior Court decision in Trigg v. Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.
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Cindy Miklos May 16
Judge's absence during jury selection prompts new trial in UPMC negligence case
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EndDD.org May 14
Interested in hosting an EndDD presentation at a local school? Our 2018 updated school presentation is now available. We can connect you with a nearby EndDD volunteer speaker to present at no cost. For more information, visit:
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EndDD.org Apr 26
Sam Howell reached for his phone while driving. In an instant, he was airborne. "I slammed on the breaks, which did no good, and hit a tree. My car flipped and my head was crushed against the roof,” he told the
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EndDD.org Apr 24
By turning off our phones before driving, we can reduce the temptation of checking notifications until we reach the destination.
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