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The Walker Morgan 2018 Scholarship Contest

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The Walker Morgan LLC law firm is excited to announce our first annual scholarship contest! Every year, we see hundreds of personal injury cases where people are hurt due to products malfunctioning, burns, car accidents, and many other painful things. We also know the financial burden that these kinds of…

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Beware: Social Media Can Cripple Your Case

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Suppose you have suffered a burn injury and decide to pursue a claim against the party responsible for your injuries. While litigation is ongoing, your attorney is likely to inform you of the importance of keeping details related to the case just between the two of you. However, one thing…

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Coffee Spills and Lawsuits

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Everyone loves a nice cup of coffee in the morning. The ideal cup of coffee is tasteful, bold and hot, but not too hot. Not everyone has time to brew coffee in the morning, so at times consumers must turn to a fast food establishment to get their morning refreshment….

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Burn Centers: What are they?

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Having discussed some of the common reasons why a burn victim might need to be transferred to a burn center, we now move on to addressing how burn centers are so effective at providing the highest quality treatment to victims of severe burns. There are over 500,000 emergency department visits for…

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Burn Centers: Who Do They Treat?

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Because of their specialization, burn centers are best equipped to handle the most severe types of burn injuries. The American Burn Association recommends the following burns be handled by a burn center medical team: Second Degree Burns greater than 10% TBSA As seen in the graphic to the right,  second-degree burns are burns that penetrate…

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Fire From Below

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Natural gas is one of the main energy sources in the United States. It accounts for over 25% of all U.S. energy consumption and 75% of residential and commercial energy consumption. But according to a recent report in the USA Today, the infrastructure that transports natural gas throughout the country…

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Carbon Monoxide Season

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It’s official; the fall season is upon us. And with the fall season comes falling temperatures and an increased use of home furnaces. For many people, their furnaces are being turned on after laying dormant all summer. It’s estimated that over 500 people will die from carbon monoxide poisoning this…

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Carbon Monoxide: The Silent Killer

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Last month, Lynn McNelly, a Colorado woman, was in a deadly situation without even realizing it. When the carbon monoxide (CO) alarms started going off in her home office, she thought it must have been a malfunction and requested that the alarm company dispatcher reset the alarms. The dispatcher refused…

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