Avoid Driving While InTEXTicated

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Smartphones have made it easy for us to stay connected at all times. But that can pose serious safety risks if someone decides to check his or her text messages, emails, phone calls, or any other mobile applications while driving. Below are 10 shocking statistics that show how dangerous texting and driving really is:  Number of Americans […]

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Bounce House Safety

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Bounce houses are a popular item at children’s birthday parties. They bring fun, excitement and entertainment on a very special day. While this “big toy” seems to present limitless opportunities for having fun and creating memories, it may not be as safe as you might think. Bounce houses can be rented or often are set […]

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Babysitter, Nanny or Caretaker Abuse

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Your children mean more than the world to you, but sometimes you need a chance to relax, go on a date with your spouse or just run errands without having little ones wrapped around your arms and legs. Grandparents are the ideal option when it comes to finding someone you can trust to watch your […]

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Tips for Handling a Hit & Run

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When you are the victim of a hit and run accident, you likely feel angry and confused, and it can be unclear how to get compensation for your damages and injuries. However, there are steps you can take to create a smoother experience, should you be in this unfortunate situation. Examples of hit and run […]

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Medical Malpractice – Anesthesia Errors

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When a patient undergoes a surgical procedure, anesthesiologists often place the patient in an unconscious or semi-conscious state through medications and gasses. Anesthesiologists are not only responsible for keeping a patient sedated during surgery, but also managing their vital signs and oxygenation. They often may be primarily responsible for the patient’s care immediately after surgery. […]

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What is “Bad Faith?”

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Car accidents are instantly traumatic for both the victim and the person responsible, but the aftermath of injuries and damages can be even more grisly. With an injured neck and a damaged car, you exchange numbers with the other driver and agree to get your insurance companies involved. Now this is the part where all […]

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Unsafe Hotels/Apartments

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Premises Liability – Hotels/Motels When you’re traveling, there’s no doubt that your hotel room becomes your temporary home. You expect these temporary residences to be secure from intrusion by criminals. Often, parking garages, hallways, and other common areas are poorly lit or patrolled, inviting in a criminal who depends on darkness. Also, TV cameras aren’t monitored, […]

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Road Rage & Aggressive Driving

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How is road rage different from aggressive driving, and is one more dangerous than the other? Most of us have experienced both several times throughout our lives, but telling them apart can be difficult.   So how do we know what road rage looks like? And what qualifies as aggressive driving?   Road rage involves […]

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Questions to Ask Your Attorney

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Parvey & Frankel understand it takes time to seek out an attorney for your personal injury case. We want to make it a little easier for you to choose the right one by giving you a little insight into the best questions to ask before you make the decision.   The best time to evaluate […]

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Sneaker & Footwear Injuries

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When’s the last time you thought, “I wonder how my shoes will hold up today?”   Few of us ask this question, and most of us assume the shoes we put on each morning will last throughout the day, but there is a chance they may not. Every year, hundreds of individuals are injured because […]

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