Archive News - 2008
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|Staying On Your Feet at Work Raises the Risk of Varicose Veins|
|Don't Mourn, Organize this Workers' Memorial Day!|
|Sun and Fun - and Skin Cancer - on the Job|
|Appeals Court to Hear Challenge to Limit on Chiropractic Care|
|State Senate Acts to Stop Bias in Permanent Disability Cuts!|
|Are You Suffering Side Effects From Your Medications?|
|Roger Gordon Represents Mechanic Suffering From Fatal Lung Cancer Mesothelioma|
|Uninsured Motorist Insurance: You Can't Leave Home Without It|
|Partner Adam Dombchik Named 2008 Southern California Super Lawyers - Rising Star|
|Gordon, Edelstein Attorneys Recognized as 2008 Best Lawyers and Southern California Super Lawyers|
|Gordon, Edelstein Attorneys Recognized as 2008 Southern California Super Lawyers|
|Elevator Accident Victim Wins Substantial Settlement|
|Gordon, Edelstein Partner Sherry E. Grant Featured in Sky Radio Network's "Salute to Women in Leadership" - Profile seen in TIME Magazine|
|Honors for AFT's Velma Butler, Assy. Speaker-Elect Karen Bass|
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