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December 2018 Archives

Dangerous products in the form of tainted meat could mar holidays

The holiday season is a popular time for cooking and baking as families gather to enjoy each other's company and celebrate the holidays in Tennessee. This year, some of those celebrations may be marred by illness caused by food borne bacteria resulting from dangerous products. Ground turkey is believed to be the culprit.

Employment law exists to protect rights of all workers in America

There is one group of American citizens in Tennessee who hope that the outcome of the midterm elections will result in a benefit for them that will help them in the workplace. Muslim-American women are subject to employment discrimination because of the hijab, or head coverings, they wear as part of their religious practice. Discrimination based on religion is a violation of employment law. Two Muslim-American women were elected to U.S. Congress in November. One of their goals is to pass a religious exemption for the 180-year-old law that prohibits wearing hats on the floor of the House of Representatives.

Ambulance speed a possible factor in wrongful death suit

An ambulance is used to transport someone in need of medical assistance to a hospital or other healthcare facility in Tennessee. They are used to provide safe and fast transport in cases of emergency. While fast is a priority, the focus should always be on safety. Ambulance safety is the focus of a recent wrongful death suit in Nashville.

Wrong medication could result in tragic wrongful death

When a person in Tennessee goes to a hospital for tests, one expects all appropriate precautions will be taken regarding tests and medications that may be administered. In a recent tragic episode at Vanderbilt University Medical Center this did not happen. As a result, the facility could face a wrongful death lawsuit.

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