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Updates Surrounding Groundwater Contamination Litigation

In 2018, 3M Company agreed to settle decades-long litigation surrounding the contamination of the groundwater in the east metro of Minnesota. Here, the environmental litigation attorneys at The Law Offices of Peter Angelos P.C. detail recent updates to ongoing groundwater contamination litigation as well as the environmental repercussions of unethical and unsustainable practices by large…

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Different Types of Compensatory Damages

In personal injury cases, there are many different types of compensation the plaintiff can collect depending on the situation and mental, emotional or physical injuries sustained. Here, the personal injury attorneys at The Law Offices of Peter Angelos discuss different types of compensatory damages that can be awarded during a personal injury case.  General Compensatory…

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Your Personal Injury Legal Rights Concerning Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and Landlord Liability

If a tenant suffers carbon monoxide poisoning in their rental unit, the landlord may be held liable for damages. Here, the personal injury attorneys at The Law Offices of Peter Angelos detail your personal injury legal rights if you suffer carbon monoxide poisoning.  Who is Responsible for Property Upkeep? While rules may vary depending on…

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Alert: Grand Jury Report Reveals Extensive Sexual Abuse in Six of Pennsylvania’s Catholic Dioceses

A grand jury report has named over 300 priests involved in the abuse of more than 1,000 victims after spending two years reviewing more than 500,000 documents from six of Pennsylvania’s eight Roman Catholic dioceses’ secret archives and hearing testimony from dozens of victims and the Bishop of Erie. The report goes on to describe…

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Brain Injuries: What You Should Know

Suffering a traumatic brain injury can have serious life changing consequences. Here, the personal injury attorneys at The Law Offices of Peter G. Angelos discuss what you should know about brain injuries. An acquired brain injury (ABI) is an injury to the brain that is not hereditary, congenital or caused by a birth injury. This…

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Wrongful Death and Construction

Due to the hazardous nature of the work, the construction industry has long been recognized as one with a high rate of serious injuries and fatalities. Here, the personal injury attorneys at The Law Offices of Peter Angelos discuss the necessary steps to follow if you have lost a loved one due to negligent acts…

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Hospital-Acquired Infections: How Common are They?

Hospital-acquired infections are a serious concern for patients, but not many understand how common such infections are, the risks, how wide-spread infection can be prevented and what recourse is available for those who are injured. Here, the medical malpractice and personal injury attorneys at The Law Offices of Peter G. Angelos discuss the causes and…

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Personal Injury: Why You Need an Experienced Attorney

Personal injury law establishes rights for any individual that is injured, whether the damages suffered are a result of an automobile accident or the negligence of a healthcare professional. The Baltimore Personal injury attorneys at The Law Offices of Peter Angelos have provided information regarding your rights. Personal injury is a comprehensive legal area that…

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Personal Injury Attorney: What is Wrongful Death?

When an individual dies as a result of the negligence or at the fault of another person including a medical professional, a representative may file a wrongful death claim against that negligent party. The claim is a civil action brought against the negligent party for damages that occurred as a result of the death. Each…

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What Patients Should Know about IVC Filters

What is the issue with IVC filters? IVC filters are implanted into the inferior vena cava vein of patients with deep vein thrombosis, and are intended to be used temporarily to block dangerous blood clots—known as pulmonary embolisms—from reaching a patient’s lungs. However, the filters have become the subject of hundreds of FDA adverse effect…

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