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Parrish Collins
Works at Collins & Collins, P.C.
Attended Duke University School of Law
Lives in Albuquerque, NM
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There have so far been over 24 million vehicles, sold by 14 different automakers, impacted by the Takata recall.
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Transitioning back into civilian life can be tough for veterans coming home from military service, whether it's finding a job or even a place to live.
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And then there will be the typical outcry from corporate America if and/or when suits are filed on behalf of consumers/patients.   
Drug firm Insys Therapeutics puts profits before patients as it makes millions off pain, say criminal complaints, AG reports and CNBC sources.
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Sometimes a loss precedes a win.  Creating a monopoly for a few investors is not the way forward.  Had the bill been passed as is, it would no doubt become the model for other like-minded corporate driven states.  
Voters decided on several important marijuana measures on the state and local level on Tuesday. Here are the results.
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Of the 120 major outbreaks during 2010 to 2014, fruits, leafy greens, and beef were among the most commonly implicated foods.
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This is an interesting case. Good for the lawyers that pursued it. It honestly had never occurred to me that a personal injury claim could be brought purely on the basis of a UCC breach of warranty. 
The New Mexico Courts have found that personal injury claims can be based upon a breach of warranty giving rise to an a longer statute of limitations. In Badilla v. Walmart, a the New Mexico Supreme Court recently addressed the statute of limitations governing a claim for personal injuries resulting from a breach of warranty …
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AUSTIN (KXAN) -- When you get a ride with an Uber or Lyft driver, all you know about the driver is their first name and a description of their vehicle – both sent to you via the service’s phone app...
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Thank you!
A U.S. Senate special committee opened a new investigation on pharmaceutical drug costs Wednesday, focusing on recent medication price hikes at four companies.
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What a surprise coming from Missouri!
A federal complaint charges Pagedale, Mo., near Ferguson, with turning its municipal court into a revenue-generating machine by issuing housing code violations.
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Isn't this to be expected in a country that has moved its manufacturing to other countries?
Imports from China also set a record in September.
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Take away the class action lawsuit and corporations are free to commit millions of small crimes amounting to billions in losses to consumers.  There will be no consequences for the behavior since no attorney will ever take a case with very small losses to a consumer.  

Consumers have power only in numbers.  Corporations understand this and have managed to destroy any possible recourse for consumers on small individual losses through limits on class actions and the increasing use of boilerplate waivers of rights to go to court through arbitration agreements.  

Expect the level of fraud to increase exponentially as corporations skirt their responsibilities to their customers through the limits on class actions and the increasing use of incredibly one-sided arbitration agreements where the arbitrator is there only to sign off on the corporate fraud or other misconduct.  
Sen. Al Franken and Rep. Hank Johnson are taking aim at "forced arbitration."
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  • Duke University School of Law
    J.D., 1989
  • University of Texas at Austin
    B.B.A, 1985
  • Duke University
    M.A., 1989
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Parrish and Collins & Collins, P.C. are committed to helping those harmed by the negligence of others.  Collins & Collins, P.C. has been helping victims of personal injury and wrongful death since 2001. 

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    Collins & Collins, P.C. is an Albuquerque based personal injury firm where Parrish handles a variety of personal injury and wrongful death claims. The firm began in 2001 as Parrish Collins, Attorney at Law and became Collins & Collins, P.C. in 2003 when his wife and law partner, Alysan Boothe Collins, joined the firm. The bulk of our cases are medical malpractice, auto accidents and slip and fall accidents. However, we handle other areas as well such as nursing home abuse and work related injuries.
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Voters decided on several important marijuana measures on the state and local level on Tuesday. Here are the results.

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Group demands U.S. Senate release records on opioid industry
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Those concerned about the overuse of prescription narcotics want the Senate to make public information it gathered as part of an investigati

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Trial to examine retaliation charge against Arizona sheriff
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US attorney wants to appeal loss in Nevada cash seizure case
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LAS VEGAS (AP) — The top federal prosecutor in Nevada wants to appeal an order to return $167,000 seized from a Hawaii man who was stopped t

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Anti-Obamacare demonstrators affiliated with the Tea Party Patriots demonstrate at the Supreme Court building in Washington, March 4, 2015.

U.S. hospitals see severe spike in synthetic marijuana ov​erdoses
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Poison control group says it's received hundreds of calls related to banned substance since the start of the year

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Over 400 strangers showed up to Mackenzie Moretter’s 10th birthday party this past Saturday in Shakopee, Minnesota, after all the girls orig

Major Medical Labs Found Advising Unnecessary Testing Referrals for Bonuses
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Two of the largest medical testing laboratories in the whole of the United States have agreed to pay fines in the total amount of $48.5 mill

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Prosecutors said this week that new ballistics tests couldn't match his mother's gun to any of the six bullets found at the crime scenes. Hi

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On a clear August morning, Amish carpenter William Miller and his family climbed into their black horse-drawn buggy and headed out to the ne