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    Finding a Chicago medical malpractice attorney is no easy task. In a city the size of Chicago there are plenty of lawyers to choose from. The Chicago medical malpractice attorney you choose has to be the right one for you, your family and your case. Do not be swayed by the lawyer with the largest ad in the phone book or even the best television commercials: these are not indicators of the type of lawyer you will be getting - in fact, these lawyers typically refer their cases to other lawyers. It will not be easy to find the perfect Chicago medical malpractice attorney to fit your specific needs, but there are ways to ensure you do not end up with a person who is not qualified to handle your case.
    There will be a malpractice attorney that tries to make assurances about your case. Be wary of the fast talking types that are quick to tell you they can get you large amounts of compensation for your case. Remember, in Illinois medical malpractice cases, only a doctor in the appropriate field of specialty can certify that a case has merit.
    One of the first things you must know before even considering sitting down with a medical malpractice attorney is if your situation fits the criteria for medical malpractice. Legally the term "malpractice" is defined as negligence or the failure of a professional to perform their duties according to the acceptable rules and guidelines of that profession. Suspecting malpractice and proving it are two different things.
    If there is cause for you to believe that a loved one has suffered permanent injury or death due to negligence of someone in the medical profession you should seek an opinion from an experienced lawyer with the ability to investigate your case and get you the answers you need. The following guidelines will help you in the interviewing phase of your search for a medical malpractice attorney.
    Here are five questions to ask in each interview:
    1. Who will be the attorney handling my case? The person you want to talk to is the person who will actually be handling your case: conducting the research, drafting the legal documents, deposing the witnesses, investigating the action, trying the case. You do not want to hire a law firm and later realize that someone other than the person you interviewed is handling your case.
    2. What are your specific qualifications in this area? You will want to know that the attorney has handled similar types of cases in the past with success. Try to find an attorney that concentrates in medical malpractice cases.
    3. Do you belong to any organizations that are related to medical malpractice? Attorneys that handle medical malpractice often are very passionate about this issue and they belong to groups, professional associations, and non-profit organizations in malpractice-related areas. They will be the ones with the most experience and passion.
    4. What do you charge for your services? An experienced lawyer should handle your case on a "contingency fee" basis - meaning that if you do not win, the lawyer gets nothing and you owe the lawyer nothing.
    5. Do you have any references? Do not be afraid to ask for references - in particular, from past clients.
    Although finding the right attorney for example, Chicago Medical Malpractice Attorney, is can be difficult, it is worth the effort to get the most qualified candidate for your situation. Feel free to come up with more questions that will get you greater insight into his practice and character.
    For more information, please visit the following link: Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer.

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    Arrested for drunk driving? A San Diego firm of DUI defense attorneys reports that breathalyzers used by law enforcement do not actually measure alcohol -- and thus may produce falsely high "blood alcohol" readings.
    According to the the Law Offices of Lawrence Taylor, Inc., in San Diego, California, most breathalyzers used in DUI cases by law enforcement today use "infrared spectroscopy". This technology involves detection of the "methyl group" in the molecular structure of alcohol. The problem is that there are thousands of chemical compounds containing the methyl group -- some of them found on the human breath. In one study involving 28 subjects, for example, researchers found that the "combined expired air comprises at least 102 various organic compounds of endogenous and exogenous origin" ("Characterization of Human Expired Air", 15 Journal of Chromatographic Sciences 240).
    If a person has any of these other compounds on his breath, called "interferents" by the engineers, he will get a falsely high blood-alcohol test result. And if there are two or more such compounds on his breath, the machine will add them up and falsely report the total as the blood- alcohol level.
    So what compounds can be found on your breath? According to the San Diego DUI attorneys, diabetics with low blood sugar can have high levels of acetone -- which is "seen" as alcohol by Breathalyzers. And scientific studies have found that people on diets can have reduced blood-sugar levels, causing acetone hundreds of times higher than found in normal individuals (Frank and Flores, "The Likelihood of Acetone Interference in Breath Alcohol Measurements", 3 Alcohol, Drugs and Driving 1). And there are many other so-called "interferents" affecting breathalyzer results
    If you are a smoker, your breathalyzer result is likely to be higher than expected. The compound acetaldehyde -- containing the methyl group and so reported by the Breathalyzer as "alcohol" -- is produced in the human body as a by-product in metabolizing consumed alcohol, and eventually passes into the lungs and breath. Researchers have discovered that levels of acetaldehyde in the lungs can be 30 times higher in smokers than in non-smokers. Result: higher BAC readings on the machine.
    The San Diego DUI lawyers report that common household products, such as paint, glue, gasoline, and thinners also contain the methyl group. No, you don't have to drink the stuff: simply absorbing it through your skin or inhaling the fumes can result in significant levels of the chemical in your body for hours or even days, depending upon the "half- life" of the compound. So if you've painted a room or breathed in fumes at a gas station in the last day or two, don't take a breathalyzer test.
    If you are stopped by the police and suspected of drunk driving, say the San Diego DUI lawyers, you might consider a blood test rather than submitting to a breathalyzer.
    Lawrence Taylor is the senior member of an AV-rated law firm of San Diego DUI attorneys practicing drunk driving defense exclusively.

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    Being injured is a matter of when it will happen rather than if it will happen. Injuries occur every day to normal people who don't have any control over the reckless driver that hits them, slippery store floors that weren't marked as such and vicious dogs running loose. Insurance sometimes takes care of the financial damage incurred in these cases and pays the bills. Quite often it falls far short of providing enough money to cover the medical costs and lost income. When you're injured you should choose a good personal injury lawyer to ensure that your needs are met.
    Three criteria guide your selection of a personal injury lawyer.
    The first thing to look at is the accumulated experience of the attorney in court actions involving the type of injury you've sustained. Every personal injury lawyer has to start someplace but you don't want to be his or her practice case. Many attorneys are part of a legal practice that represents you as a group and a specific attorney or two is in charge of your case. Find out how long these lawyers have been working in this capacity and insist that at least one attorney possess a significant amount of experience in handling personal injury actions.
    The second criteria when choosing a good personal injury lawyer is his or her success in the courtroom. Inquire about the outcome of previous cases and what awards have been made to the injured clients. Success doesn't always mean large awards of money. Real success is in the fair outcome of cases with legitimate monetary awards being obtained and the financial needs of clients being met in an equitable way. Court personnel are a good source of information on how lawyers measure up in this area.
    Another important criteria in choosing a personal injury attorney is the lawyer's reputation among his peers and the community as a whole. Most people understand that a well-respected lawyer has earned the respect. He or she has demonstrated moral responsibility and can be trusted. More important than dazzling legal performances in the courtroom are the fundamentally important qualities of honesty, integrity and fairness. The legal system functions well in the hands of attorneys who are worthy of respect.
    Finding a personal injury lawyer with experience, a record of success and a good reputation is possible. Your case rests in capable hands when you choose the right personal injury lawyer.
    Meshbesher & Associates is a specialty Law Firm in Minneapolis. Steve Meshbesher has handled many high profile cases in the state of Minnesota.

  • Mesothelioma Survivor mesothelioma survivor and the author of Surviving Mesothelioma. Mesothelioma is an uncommon form of cancer, usually associated with previous exposure to asbestos. In this disease, malignant (cancerous) cells develop in the mesothelium, a protective lining that covers most of the body's internal organs. Its most common site is the pleura (outer lining of the lungs and chest cavity), but it may also occur in the peritoneum (the lining of the abdominal cavity) or the pericardium (a sac that surrounds the heart).
    Most people who develop mesothelioma have worked on jobs where they inhaled asbestos particles, or have been exposed to asbestos dust and fibre in other ways, such as by washing the clothes of a family member who worked with asbestos, or by home renovation using asbestos cement products.
    Symptoms of mesothelioma may not appear until 30 to 50 years after exposure to asbestos.
    Characterized by a shortness of breath and pain in the chest due to an accumulation of fluid in the pleural space, this is often symptoms of pleural mesothelioma.
    Symptoms of peritoneal mesothelioma include weight loss and cachexia, abdominal swelling and pain due to ascites (a buildup of fluid in the abdominal cavity). Other symptoms of peritoneal mesothelioma may include bowel obstruction, blood clotting abnormalities, anemia, and fever.
    If the cancer has spread beyond the mesothelium to other parts of the body, symptoms may include pain, trouble swallowing, or swelling of the neck or face. Be aware, however, that these symptoms may be caused by mesothelioma or by other, less serious conditions. Obtaining a diagnosis of mesothelioma is often difficult, because the symptoms are similar to those of a number of other, less serious conditions.
    In June 1997, Mr. Kraus was diagnosed with mesothelioma (a "terminal" cancer) and given only a few months to live. More than eight years later, he is alive with a good quality of life having rejected surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. He took an alternative approach to healing his cancer that encompassed mind, body, and spirit.
    In his book about mesothelioma, Kraus sets out how he beat the odds. The introduction reflects Paul's inspiration and committment to life:
    "In my eighth year after diagnosis I remain well. I have outlived my prognosis by at least seven years and the medical specialist I visited not long ago told me that 'you will be around for a lot longer yet.' My survival has been hard work. The underlying assumption with all that I have done, and continue to do, is a strong belief that our bodies are designed with amazing self-healing capacities."
    Mr. Kraus has made himself available to other patients who would like to speak with him. The Surviving Mesothelioma website provides details about the book, how to speak directly with Mr. Kraus, facts and statistics about mesothelioma, conventional, alternative, biological and immuno-therapies, the latest medical news, directories of clinics that take a holistic approach to healing, and a patient forum where patients can share information and discuss issues of importance.
    Get more information here: Understanding Mesothelioma
    About the author: Judith Brandy is a writer, science fiction fan and cancer survivor who runs a SF website and a couple blogs on science fiction and dealing with cancer. Yes, it's an odd combination, but Judith's mission is to be both a haven against the storm of living with a serious illness and an educator on how-to take preventative, proactive steps. Her mission is to bring this information to the science fiction community.
    Visit her sites here: Science Fiction Buzz and Understanding Mesothelioma

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    Girls Weekend-Stiletto Spy School
    It’s true. I tell my children than when they go to bed at night that I go on exotic spy missions to save the planet. So, yes, mommy looks crazy hot while simultaneously firing some sort of cool gun all while outsmarting the bad guy. Yep, that’s me, your uber cool mom. I think this odd fantasy implies that I might need some adventure in my life and you all will be thrilled to know that I found it-Stiletto Spy School.
    This wickedly fun school in NYC and Vegas is perfect for entertaining your girlfriends for a weekend, and it would make an incredible bachelorette party or fantastic for an office team building excursion. Where else can you get a makeover, learn self defense and knife throwing skills, all while learning to make the perfect martini and drive a Ferrari….we almost forgot the burlesque dancing, which is a must when trying to distract the enemy.
    Stiletto Spy School is primarily about having a good time, but there is an underlying goal — to increase self-confidence and self-esteem in women, and to release their untapped potential. The owners traveled around the world looking for top experts in the field who have incredible knowledge — who could deliver that knowledge in a fun, incredibly effective, precise way, so that the women can get an incredible take-home value and unleash their inner femme fatale.

    So, your first task is to ponder your spy name while driving carpool today or while you are working on that power point presentation.  Now, Pick from a list of the missions below……
    • Elite Hand-to-Hand Combat 
    • Awareness Training 
    • Our Signature Seductive Moves 
    • Sword Fighting 
    • Extreme Driving Maneuvers in a Ferrari no less
    • Professional Poker Lessons 
    • Precision Firearms Training 
    • Martini Mixology 
    • Flying Lessons 
    • Argentine Tango 
    • Knife Fighting 
    • “McGuyver” Survival Skills 
    • Advanced Firearms with Semi Automatics 
    • Pole/Exotic Dance 
    • Diva Hair and Make Up Lessons 
    • Scotch Secrets 
    • Wine Pairing skills 
    • Risk Assessment 
    • Extreme Stunt Car Driving

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