Motor Vehicle Safety

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Drugs and Product Recalls

The Merck Publications Online ( - Merck publishes searchable medical manuals.
MedicineNet ( - This site offers easy to understand information about diseases, medication, procedures, and conditions. It also features a medical dictionary and informative articles.
RxList ( - Rx drug search site that provides generic names.
FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (
FDA Safety Announcements (
FDA MedWatch (
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (

Brain Injury

Brain Injury Association of America (

Disability Resources

United Cerebral Palsy (
Disability Resources on the Internet (

Medical Products

FDA Center for Devices and Radiological Health ( -The latest information about medical products, including warnings and recalls.

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court of the United States (
Decisions Since 1990 ( - Legal Information Institute (LII) of Cornell University
Selective Historic Decisions of the Supreme Court ( - LII
U.S. Supreme Court Cases and Opinions ( - Court cases and opinions as far back as 1791 through 2007
U.S. Supreme Court Case Summaries, Oral Arguments, & Multimedia (

Legal Dictionaries (

Legal Search

THOMAS Legislative Information on the Internet ( - The Library of Congress maintains this site, which offers a wealth of information regarding historical and current issues before Congress.

Other Legal Reference Links

U.S. Census Bureau ( - This site provides statistics on almost everything.
The Official U.S. Government Site for People with Medicare (
American Association for Justice ( - This association was formerly called the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.

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**Except for Employment Law Cases, Attorney’s fees are a percentage of the entire recovery and will be deducted before other expenses. In addition to the fee in these cases, Client will be responsible for litigation expenses, which will either be deducted from the recovery or paid by the client. Some Employment Law Cases may be handled on a contingent fee basis and others handled on an hourly basis, where the client is billed for the hours spent on the case. Based on our experience, we will advise you of the most appropriate fee arrangement in Employment Law cases.

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