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Mark Bello

Ghost Ship Tragedy Raises Questions Over How To Make Artist Housing Affordable And Safe

The first pair of wrongful-death lawsuits have been filed on behalf of the victims of the Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland, California during a dance party on December 2. Officials say 36 people died in the blaze. According to […]

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The Oakland Warehouse Fire Will Certainly Lead to Numerous Criminal and Civil Lawsuits, But Will Justice Be Served?

At least 36 people died in the Oakland fire on December 2 that consumed a warehouse where 40 – 50 people were attending a late night dance party on the second floor. Some of the bodies were so badly charred […]

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Does Federal Oversight Allow Amusement Park Rides to be “Safe Dangerous”?

Every summer, millions of people visit amusement or water parks. They stand in line for hours to get an adrenaline rush from the biggest and fastest ride. The “scare factor” is the thrill of the twists and turns combined with […]

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Tragic Death of Twins Brings Attention on Swimming Pool Safety

Today, I read an article that is a tragic reminder of how dangerous swimming pools can be, especially for young children. Three-year-old twin boys died over the weekend after falling into a backyard swimming pool. The boys and their family […]

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Michigan Man Seeks Justice After Severely Injured At Costco Gas Station Pump

Donald Krupinski, 76, is a retired truck driver and contractor. He loved to golf, dance, and fix things around the house. He cut the grass and shoveled the snow. Staying active was a daily ritual. Today, he can no longer […]

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New Information About Safety Precautions At Wood Dale Prairie Festival

Since 2009, Wood Dale has been accredited by the National Weather Service as a Storm Ready agency, a designation that means the city is “better prepared to save lives from the onslaught of severe weather through advanced planning, education and […]

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Is Your College Campus Fire Safe?

A townhouse that burned last week, killing a Georgetown University graduate, marked the fourth fatal off-campus fire at a U.S. college in the 2014-2015 academic year. According to Washington, D.C. officials, the owners of the townhouse were not licensed to […]

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Fatal Hayride Accident Spotlights the Lack of Federal Regulations

October is a time for apple cider, doughnuts, hayrides, and haunted houses. The last thing anyone expects is to be seriously injured or lose a loved one from being thrown off a hayride. A Halloween-themed hayride in Maine turned tragic […]

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The Broken Home

Ever wonder why we keep hearing that we live in a litigious society? I encourage all my readers to share this story the next time you hear someone complaining about the high cost of litigation or frivolous lawsuits. On November […]

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Falls Top Auto Accidents as Leading Cause of Spinal Cord Injuries

Often the result of a crushing blow to the spine is paralysis; a severe blow may paraplegia or, worse, it may result in quadriplegia.  Most often this type of injury is the result of an auto accident or other severe […]