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Trecker Fritz & Williams


Tel.: 808-528-3900

May 2018

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Survive Your Next Trip to the Hospital

As many as 440,000 Americans die every year from medical errors and infection contracted in the hospital. Combined, they are the leading cause of death in the U.S. Many of these doctors and other adverse medical events are preventable.

Your best defense? Take control of your case as much as you can. Read about your condition, ask questions, take notes and have someone you trust with you as a potential advocate.

For more helpful tips, click below to download your own copy of "50 Ways to Survive Your Next Trip to the Hospital" from Reader's Digest.

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Attorneys Fight Human Trafficking with Civil Litigation

Trafficking Victim

MYTH: Human trafficking in the U.S. involves only foreign nationals or immigrants. FACT: Thousands of American citizens, including children, are victims too.

MYTH: Victims of human trafficking will immediately ask for help and identify themselves. FACT: For many reasons, including threats and intimidation, victims tend not to come forward without support.

MYTH: The only way to stop human trafficking is through criminal prosecution. FACT: Attorneys are helping the victims of human trafficking by holding the perpetrators accountable for their crimes through civil litigation.


8,500 in U.S.

Over 8,500 cases of human trafficking were reported to the National Human Trafficking Hotline in 2017.


Human Trafficking Is All Around You

Journalist Noy Thrupkaew explains how some everyday bargains depend on people who are bought and sold.



The Human Trafficking Legal Center helps train attorneys to fight for the survivors of human trafficking in civil court.

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