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1 Incident Too Many — Crime in Nursing Homes

12/12/2017
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Nursing-home nightmares continue to plague the country, from California to Texas to Minnesota to Pennsylvania. But perhaps no other state is as impacted by the abuse, neglect and robbery of the old and infirm as Florida. There are nearly 700 licensed facilities from the Keys to the Panhandle that provide […]

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Trampling on Fundamental Freedoms — Ending Net Neutrality

12/4/2017
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The issue of net neutrality discouragingly has devolved into death threats. A 28-year-old man faces criminal charges for allegedly saying he will kill Rep. John Katko if the New York Republican supports the Federal Communications Commission’s vote on rolling back the rules that enable a free and open Internet. Patrick […]

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Are EpiPens Friend or Foe?

12/1/2017
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7 Deaths Associated With Medical Device EpiPens exist to save lives or stave off severe allergic reactions to drugs, foods, insect bites and other causes of anaphylaxis. They are pocket-sized cylindrical devices that, in case of an episode, quickly can be uncapped and injected into the outer thigh for near-instant […]

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A Season for Remembering Our Blessings

11/22/2017
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What does Thanksgiving represent to you? A day of football? A day with family and friends where everyone eats too much, talks too much and then falls asleep together? If you get to eat, drink and be merry…be consciously thankful, too. There are people across this country who will want […]

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Smart-Home Devices: The Ugly

11/22/2017
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Technology is fundamentally good and helpful to us; but, like so many things in our modern world, there is the good…the bad…and the ugly. In October 2016, what might have been the largest Internet crash in the United States occurred, crippling Web sites – and in the process businesses because […]

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Smart-Home Devices: Bad HAL

11/15/2017
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With about two billion do-this, do-that and do-the-other gadgets gaining space in big-box stores and online shopping carts – and another seven billion expected to flood the market by 2018 – it is safe to say smart-home devices have hit their stride. The numbers nearly outpace the plethora of cellphones […]

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Smart-Home Devices: The Good Stuff

11/9/2017
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Gadgets with Bluetooth technology, USB ports and wireless capabilities flood the market. Such specialized products adjust air-conditioners, play music and turn on lights. They also can tell whether a particular room in the house is too hot or too cold, select a list of tunes based on the previous songs […]

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SDSBS selected 2018 “Best Law Firm”

11/1/2017
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We are proud to announce that SDSBS was selected a 2018 “Best Law Firm” in six practice areas. Metropolitan Tier 1 Tallahassee Medical Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs West Palm Beach Commercial Litigation Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions – Plaintiffs Medical Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs Personal Injury […]

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