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  • Steinger, Iscoe, & Greene Named as a Sun-Sentinel Top Workplace for 2015

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    WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA– Thousands of employees across hundreds of small, medium, and large organizations participated in a survey answering questions specific to the overall health of their organization, contentment with their position, pay, and benefits, and overall motivation to remain employed with their organization. Only 45 businesses would be given the distinction of being listed as a Top Workplace in South Florida.…

  • 27 April, 2015

    10 Dangerous Prescription Drugs

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    When people think of prescription drug-related deaths, most believe that the death is somehow the fault of the patient or, in other cases, the fault of the prescribing physician. In reality, even properly prescribed medications taken exactly as directed can have devastating consequences to the human body. Here are 10 of the most dangerous prescription medications on today’s market: 1.

  • 24 April, 2015

    Worker Seriously Hurt in Accident

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    A young Orlando man saw his life forever changed Thursday morning. Joshua Simpkins, 19, an employee at a Golden Corral restaurant in the city lost four fingers in a terrible work-related accident. According to authorities, Simpkins was grinding pork Thursday morning when he got his hand caught in the grinder. An employee walking by heard Simpkins screaming and yelled for someone to dial 911.…

  • 23 April, 2015

    Check Your Cupboards and Pantries

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    The Food and Drug Administration has recalled more than a dozen grocery products in the first four months of this year. While some products have been recalled for containing undeclared allergens, some may be laced with Listeria or Salmonella. If you have any of these products in your cupboard, you can contact the FDA for the correct course of action.…

  • 22 April, 2015

    Thank You Mr. Ramirez

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    Are there any good people left in the world? Mass shootings, reports of police violence, and terrible scenes on the news often leave us asking that question. The answer is a resounding “Yes!” If you ask Miami police rookie officer Rosny Obas that question, he will undoubtedly have the same answer. Early last week, William Ramirez started off his day as he normally does, driving to his job as a boat-maintenance professional.…

  • 20 April, 2015

    Steinger, Iscoe, & Greene Announces Neil Anthony as New Firm Partner

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    WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA – Personal injury law firm, Steinger, Iscoe, & Greene is proud to honor attorney Neil Anthony, for his hard work on behalf of his clients and his consistent dedication to the pursuit of justice for his clients, by promoting him to partner level. Anthony, who started with the firm in 2008, had already established himself as an advocate of justice for the injured and was known for fighting for just compensation to assist clients in dealing with the devastating after-effects of accidents and injuries.…

  • 17 April, 2015

    Drunk Driver Caught in Miami

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    MIAMI, Fla – Saturday morning, just after 5 a.m., a car accident claimed the life of a woman. A Miami man has been arrested and charged with her death. At 5:19 a.m. Saturday, police say that Gustavo Sanchez, 29-years old, was driving a white Oldsmobile east on Northwest 54th Street. Witnesses tell police the man was driving at a high rate of speed.…

  • 15 April, 2015

    MADD Urges Vigilancy in South Florida

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    High season has hit Florida, and it means a flock of spring breakers and other holiday goers looking for a warm area that will help them shake off cabin fever. You wouldn’t know it by looking at the beautiful scenery, but it also means an increase in drunk driving. According to national statistics, one person is injured in an alcohol-related crash every two minutes and a person is killed every 52 minutes.…

  • 13 April, 2015

    Fleeing Driver Changes Miami’s Dining Scene

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    Miami’s dining scene was changed in the most tragic of ways early Saturday morning when a driver struck two pedestrians, killing one. At approximately 2 a.m. Saturday morning, the St. Petersburg DUI squad attempted to make a stop on a 2015 Dodge Charger. The rental car was observed to be speeding as it came off of the interstate and onto Fourth Avenue N.…

  • 10 April, 2015

    Medical Malpractice: Is It What You Think?

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    Most adults know what medical malpractice is. At least…they have heard of medical malpractice. The idea you have in your head may be spot on, or it may be very different from what the term actually means. If you believe that you were harmed by a medical professional, knowing the most common errors may help you determine if you have a real complaint.…