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Date registered: August 25, 2010

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Specialist Media and PR initiatives at Health Plus Management.

Latest posts

  1. Dr. Maria Cabodevilla-Conn MD Joins Synergy SpineCare NJ — October 24, 2017
  2. Lady Gaga Silent Pain No More — September 27, 2017
  3. National Pain Awareness Month — August 28, 2017
  4. PRP Therapy Faster Healing For Athletes — August 8, 2017
  5. Brooklyn Pain Specialist — July 20, 2017

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Apr 12

A Freak Accident at the Queensboro Bridge, Until It Happens Again

The Queensboro Bridge off-ramps in Long Island City, where two cars have crashed, leaving one man dead and others badly hurt.   It seemed a grisly freak accident: a small sedan, navigating a curvy Queensboro Bridge off-ramp early one morning last week, careened off the road and smashed into a Long Island City storefront, severing …

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Apr 12

Authorities: Man’s leg severed by NYC subway train

NEW YORK — A New York City subway train severed a man’s leg and removed part of his arm as he fled onto tracks to escape police, authorities said Thursday. Subway workers spotted the man in a tunnel but could not stop the trains in time, a transit official said. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority said …

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Apr 12

Bronx Bus Accident Claims 15 NYC Lives, Negligent Hiring Suspected

Witnesses to a recent fatal bus crash in the Bronx told law enforcement that the bus was veering erratically before flipping onto one side and striking a sign post. The post sliced through the passenger compartment almost to the rear of the vehicle, creating horrific carnage in the passenger area and nearly removing the roof. …

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Apr 12

Mets fan injury suit against NYC tossed

NEW YORK, March 22 (UPI) — New York City is off the hook after a court ruled a woman whose back was broken when an allegedly drunken 300-pound Mets fan fell on her can’t sue the city. A negligence claim filed against the city by Ellen Massey was dismissed Monday by a Manhattan judge who …

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Apr 12

NYC officer awarded $325,000 for injury

NEW YORK — A New York City police officer who was denied a tax-free injury pension after she was shot in the hand will get $325,000. The award settles a federal lawsuit filed by Officer Pamela Walker. Walker was shot during an annual weapons inspection at a Manhattan precinct in 2002. Court papers say Walker …

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Apr 12

What to do if you’re injured at work?

Many types of injuries can occur at work including slip and falls or a back injury. One of the most serious types of injury, however, is traumatic brain injury. Workers’ compensation is like an insurance plan paid for by your employer. Workers compensation is an insurance coverage to give medical benefits to workers who’ve gotten …

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Apr 11

NYC’s Worst Landlords Targeted by Public Advocate

NEW YORK—New Yorkers looking for an apartment to rent on Craig’s List can now follow a link to “NYC’s Worst Landlord Watchlist” courtesy of Public Advocate Bill de Blasio. Standing in front of a rundown Bronx apartment building on Monday, de Blasio introduced his eight-point housing plan that will hold the city’s worst landlords accountable …

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Apr 11

For more affordable car insurance adjust unlimited coverage rule

Michigan’s auto insurance rates might be the highest in the nation, with a typical driver paying more than $2,500 a year for coverage. In Detroit, where unaffordable insurance rates have forced tens of thousands to drive uninsured, many motorists pay double that or more. Without question, the rising cost of Michigan’s unique mandate for unlimited …

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Apr 11

Increase on Claim for Personal Injury Pushes Auto Insurance Rates

The high amount paid for  is pointed to be the cause of soaring auto insurance rates in Michigan. Now, a common driver shell out more than $2,500 a year to cover auto insurance which is said to be the highest in the country. Insurers justify the high increase of insurance cost to the rising cost …

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Apr 11

Court approves workers’ comp for pot-smoking man mauled by bear

Download Story .PDF Summary: A recent workers’ compensation ruling by the Montana Supreme Court has been attracting national attention. While decisions from other states’ courts do not directly control workers’ comp law in Alabama, they can be influential in our own courts’ decisions. The case caught press attention largely for the unusual story, but the …

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