THE LEGAL EXAMINER

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Train crossing wreck in Creola Alabama
By Billy Cunningham on July 3, 2017

Wells Fargo’s Sham Accounts Joins Forces with Arbitration’s Injustices
By Billy Cunningham on December 7, 2016

YOU Can End Arbitration in Nursing Homes
By Billy Cunningham on July 29, 2016

Will the Medical/Hospital Community Address the 250,000 Deaths by Medical Errors?
By Billy Cunningham on May 9, 2016


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What Kind of Injuries are Covered by Workers’ Compensation?

Most people go to work, do their job and go home. They do it everyday without incident. It’s an unfortunate and tragic day when someone goes to work and gets injured on the job. It happens more often than people …
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The Most Common Mardi Gras Injuries — and How to Avoid Them

  Mardi Gras is a well-known celebration that many people have attended at least once in their lives. While it’s one of the most fun events of the year, if you really think about it, it is a situation that …
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Lori Carver Speaks Out For The First Time Regarding The Pill Mill Case

Recently Lawrence Specker of al.com wrote an article about Lori Carver and her part in taking down two Physicians’ Pain Specialists of Alabama (PPSA) clinics. Drs. Xiulu Ruan and John Patrick Couch were found guilty of running a pill mill …
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Coal Case Update

COAL DUST IN MOBILE ALABAMA Mining, hauling and transferring coal are legitimate business activities and should be allowed so long as the public is protected from the toxic coal dust those activities create.  The Fox 10 News environmental documentaries, by …
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