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As with most large product liability lawsuits, there are a lot of questions and confusion surrounding 3M military earplugs, their defect, who is affected, and how to file a claim for financial compensation.
Child Abuse Prevention: What Qualifies as Physical Child Abuse?
Thomas J. Henry launches its Child Abuse Prevention Month series by explaining physical abuse and how it affects children around the world.
5 Safety Tips for Celebrating Easter in 2020
While COVID-19 and social distancing will undoubtedly change the way celebrate this year, there are still a few tips you should consider if you are able to continue with your annual Easter traditions.
Child Abuse Prevention: Recognizing and Responding to Physical Abuse
In the second blog for Child Abuse Prevention Month, Thomas J. Henry provides the possible signs of physical child abuse and how one should respond.
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