Tips for Boating with Children

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Do you remember learning about water safety during your first time near water or on a boat? If you were like most kids at a young age, you won’t remember too much, and what you do remember might be a blur. You may remember a parent telling you to close your eyes as she slathers […]

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New Study: Medical Operations Should be Filmed To Prevent Malpractice

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According to a recent article from The Telegraph, professors of surgery call for routine video-recording of operations to stamp out poor practice and promote better learning. According to Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore professors, Martin Makary and Timothy Pawlik, this could be a successful learning experience for good clinicians if operations were […]

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Receive Maximum Compensation

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Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.

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Food Poisoning, Yikes!

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Food poisoning is really common, and when it comes to it, the business selling the food may be liable for failure to exercise reasonable care in storing and preparing food, or may be found strictly liable for a defective food product. Under general negligence principles, a business has a duty to exercise reasonable care with […]

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How to Handle a Parking Lot Accident

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After finding the final perfect gift on your long list of holiday shopping, you exit the mall and make your way to your vehicle. You unload your shopping haul, get in the car, put on your seatbelt, and begin slowly reversing. As you reach to change the radio station and find the perfect holiday song, another […]

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Dangerous Areas and Premises Liability

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The owner of a property (“premises”) who has reason to expect crime on its property has a legal obligation to deter and prevent criminals from committing crimes against others on the property. When property owners fail in this duty, due to the result of inadequate security and lighting, crimes like murder, aggravated assault, armed robbery and […]

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Injured at Work?

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If you’ve been injured in the workplace, Workers Compensation may not be the only source to collect damages. Here are just a few other ways you can become whole again: 1. Defective Products – If you’ve been injured at work by a defective product, you may be able to bring a liability action against the […]

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Tattoo Infection & Other Injury Claims

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There are more than 20,000 tattoo parlors in the U.S., and their popularity continues to grow as there has been a dramatic increase in the past decade. With this popularity increase, also comes a rise in tattoo infections and injuries seen in medical centers, according to a U.S. News and World Report study. To slow the […]

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Injured at Work?

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If you’ve been injured in the workplace, Workers Compensation may not be the only source to collect damages. Here are just a few other ways you can become whole again: 1. Defective Products – If you’ve been injured at work by a defective product, you may be able to bring a liability action against the […]

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Motorcycle Accidents

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Motorcycle accidents present an increased risk of fatality and injury over car and truck accidents. About 75% of motorcycle accidents involve a crash with another vehicle, primarily cars. Over the past decade, over 70,000 people have suffered from serious injuries, and over 3,000 more have died from motorcycle accidents. In the overwhelming majority of these […]

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