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It’s estimated that we use the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), a ball-and-socket hinge at the back of the jaw, up to 5,000 times a day when we talk, yawn, or chew. According to the Radiological Society of North America in 1990, a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) study showed that TMJ injuries occurred in 87 percent
Tax season is upon us, and if you are like most taxpayers, you are waiting to receive your W2s and/or your 1099s in the mail so you can compute your 2018 federal and state income taxes. But what happens if you also get that most dreaded of all letters: one from the Internal Revenue Service?
You’ve been injured in a car crash, a workplace accident, a slip-and-fall on someone’s premises, or some other catastrophic event. You want to sue the negligent person responsible for your injuries and the exorbitant medical costs those injuries have entailed. But how do you go about finding the right personal injury attorney to handle your