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November 19, 2019  ·  By HM&M


As a personal injury attorney, I am saddened by the following story, but support adding rails to bunk beds at all universities and colleges, as bed rails are an important safety mechanism.

The University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill is considering installing railings “on bunk beds in its dorms after a woman fell to her death in her daughter's room last month.” (AP for Findlaw 9/10). The 49 year old mother, who was visiting her 19-year-old daughter last month, suffered a fatal injury to her head when she fell from the top bunk in her daughter's room.

Housing director, Larry Hicks, confirmed that he had received nearly 70 requests for rails prior to the fatality, and requests have increased in its aftermath.

November 19, 2019

Child Abusers Run Rampant As Tech Companies Look The Other Way.

Child Abusers Run Rampant as Tech Companies Look the Other Way ( ( – Nov 09 2019 Topics: Yahoo, Times, Google, Microsoft, sexual abuse, Dropbox, PhotoDNA detection tool, known illicit content The scope of the problem is only starting to be understood because the tech industry has been more diligent in recent years in identifying... Read More

November 19, 2019

A New Study Suggests Tainted Talcum Powder Can Cause a Rare Form of Cancer (

Topics: Moline, Baby Powder, ovarian cancer, case studies, Talc, talc litigation, compelling causal evidence, In the paper, Moline and her colleagues present case studies of 33 people, mostly women, who were confirmed to have malignant mesothelioma, and whose only substantial exposure to asbestos was through the use of talcum powder-theoretically ruling out other causes of... Read More

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