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Thom McDaniels is no stranger to surgery. As a longtime athlete and high school football coach, he's spent years putting his knees through the wringer. After injuring his right knee again during football practice, he was told by an orthopedic surgeon that...
TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Legislature's 2013 session agreed on highly touted ethics reforms making it harder for retiring lawmakers to immediately begin lobbying for special interests. And lawmakers approved "transparency" measures requiring...
Craig Schusterick, his workman's hands powdery white with construction grit, led the way across Onyx Avenue on Balboa Island to show off his handiwork. His nearly complete three-story home — designed with solid wood paneling to echo the Cape Cod...
In recent years, California has become a favorite venue for workers' compensation claims by athletes with only tenuous ties to the Golden State. Many former pros have won six-figure awards for injuries built up over time even though they've never lived or...
The fertilizer plant that exploded last month in West, Texas, holds just $1 million in liability insurance, a negligible amount compared to the estimated cost of the damage caused by the blast, lawyers said. John McCoy, one of the attorneys representing...
Tags: Fertilizer, Emergency Incidents, Lawyers, Gun Control, Politics
WASHINGTON — Seeking to ensure his landmark healthcare law is successfully implemented, President Obama is reprising his 2012 election strategy in hopes of enrolling millions of uninsured Americans in health plans this fall. The new campaign,...
There were 11,256 bottles of wine in the cellar of Antoine's Restaurant on the morning of Aug. 29 when Hurricane Katrina struck, some of them rare, most of them expensive and all of them ruined when the power failed, the air conditioning died and the...
When the controversial overhaul of Citizens Property Insurance Corp. reached the Senate floor for final consideration Thursday, lawmakers simultaneously voted "Yes" to reforming the state-backed insurer and "No" to new increases in premiums. By a 32-1...
In the rush to approve certain provisions in the Affordable Care Act and the subsequent excitement that surrounded the misconception that all Americans now will be covered by inexpensive health care insurance, one looming question has been lingering...
Jerry Bailey can look back on a Hall of Fame jockey career that featured 5,892 victories but also the searing memory of 17 fractures, including a broken back, jaw and collarbone, and several busted ribs. Yet Bailey considers himself lucky. He never...
WASHINGTON — Congressional Republicans have opened a new line of attack on President Obama's healthcare law, charging that the administration has improperly sought help from the healthcare industry and other outside groups to implement the...
Tribune reporterA decade after they began to wind down operations, a group of three insurers doing business in Illinois is being liquidated. Illinois Department of Insurance Director Andrew Boron said liquidation orders were entered Friday in Cook County Circuit Court...
Tags: Cook County Government
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