Archive for October, 2011

Livery driver hopes for seat on council

NEWBURYPORT — First-time candidate Mike Early owns London Livery, and spends much time driving around the city with tourists in tow. As a result, he feels he knows a lot about Newburyport and its needs.

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Doctors may forfeit fees over medical errors

Hospitals and doctors that make mistakes now face tougher sanctions. Two years ago, Medicare began refusing to pay doctors and hospitals if the wrong procedure was used or medical missteps led to unnecessary complications. Now, many private insurers and the state’s TennCare Medicaid program are following suit.

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Faces and places: FPD’s Childers gets state honor

First Presbyterian Day School Director of Development Chris Childers has been presented with the GOALTender of the Year Award by the Greater Opportunities for Access to Learning association.

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Part 2: Ethical Issues at Settlement – Protecting the Injury Victim Client

Laws that Impact Settlement In order to properly advise personal injury victims about their legal options at settlement, an attorney first must know and understand the laws that impact settlement. There are important federal laws that can impact a client’s eligibility for public benefits post settlement that must be explained. There are also financial options provided for under the Internal …

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Chicago Personal Injury Attorney Calls for Thorough Consideration of Oak Park ‘Eating-While-Driving’ Ban

Chicago ABC affiliate seeks out Patrick A. Salvi of Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard P.C. for a lawyer’s view of a proposal intended to promote safer driving. (PRWeb October 31, 2011) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/chicago-injury-attorney/eating-while-driving/prweb8920763.htm

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