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Author: Steve Cid

Famed Lawyer and Celtic Fan Sues TD Garden After Slip and Fall

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A celebrity attorney, Harvard Law Professor, and television personality didn’t want to sue TD Garden, the home of his beloved Boston Celtics, but with the lingering pain of a nasty slip and fall in the men’s room of TD Garden three years earlier, he decided he had no choice. The attorney, known for his past work… Read more »

Infrequent Inspections Have Riders Weighing Risks at Maine Amusement Parks

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Families and vacationers looking for summer fun at Maine’s traveling amusement parks are thinking twice after several riders were injured in separate incidents at the same Waterville carnival. Three children were hurt at a fundraiser in Head of Falls Park when two cars on a small roller coaster called the Dragon Wagon uncoupled and crashed… Read more »

Maine’s OUI and DUI Laws: A Brief Review

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Drunk driving causes more deaths and injuries than any other violent crime. So the State of Maine Bureau of Highway Safety is enforcing some very harsh laws to punish those drivers who choose to operate a vehicle under the influence of alcohol (OUI). If you’re caught driving with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08%… Read more »

Alcohol Suspected in Fatal Head on Collision

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Excessive speed and drunk driving may be in the mix as possible causes in a fatal head on crash in Lincolnville, according to the Waldo County Sheriff’s office. The driver, Adam Knight, 31 years old, lost his life when he was ejected from his Volkswagen Jetta after it was split in half by the impact… Read more »

Consumer Reports Says Toyota Camry Hybrid Recall Needed

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The respected consumer watchdog publication, Consumer Reports (CR), issued a statement July 28 essentially chastising Toyota for not opting for a Toyota Camry hybrid recall because of acknowledged defects in its braking system. The pointed and well publicized comments were in response to Toyota’s somewhat lukewarm plan of action regarding 177,000 possibly defective 2007-2011 Toyota Camry… Read more »