How to Prevent Drowning for Little Kids & Babies

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There’s no denying that some of our best, early memories involve having fun while playing in and around water. Splashing around in the sun, throwing toys to retrieve at the bottom of a pool and having contests to see who can hold their breath underwater the longest are all games children play that can turn dangerous […]

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Loss of Consortium Claims

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What is Loss of Consortium? Spouses of people who are injured often bring loss of consortium claims. Generally speaking, these types of claims address the loss of the benefits of a family relationship due to an injury. While some jurisdictions only recognize claims by spouses, others allow other family members to bring loss of consortium […]

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Jet Ski Safety

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Jet skis are designed for fun in the sun and on the waves and allow you the freedom to explore places that boats can’t reach, but sometimes they can cause fatal injuries to their passengers if operated improperly. Excessive speeds, recklessness and alcohol consumption are all common causes of jet ski accidents and can cause […]

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Dog Attacks On Children

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  Man’s best friend can be affectionate, but also unpredictable, and dangerous if handled improperly and without caution. Dog bite personal injury lawsuits are on the rise as dog bites send more children to emergency rooms than any other youth activity, and go beyond domestic violence, burns and bone fractures.   The traumas child victims […]

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Sidewalk Injuries

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You and your children walk down them to get to your neighborhood park or school. You may enjoy riding on them with your bike on a beautiful day; either way, sidewalks are everywhere and play a very important role in transportation. They are meant to provide a safe path for people to travel along separate […]

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Defective Airbag Recalls

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Most of us get into our cars or trucks in the morning to head to work, trusting the safety devices installed in our vehicles to do their job if we get into a collision. We assume our seatbelts will catch us and our airbags will deploy properly, functioning to reduce the speed of our weight […]

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Negligent Prenatal Care

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Throughout the course of a pregnancy, frequent testing and supervision should be conducted. Many types of prenatal complications exhibit symptoms. In some cases, symptoms of complications or diseases are similar to typical pregnancy side effects. Neglect or failure to investigate symptoms can result in life-threatening complications for you and your child. Major complications include: Diagnosis Errors Misdiagnosis can […]

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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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No One Should Have To Deal With Wrongful Death

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One of the first questions family members ask is “Why?” Why did we lose our loved one so suddenly and so violently? This is a traumatic incident that we wish would never happen.  Sadly, things like this happen on a daily basis. Based on statistics from the National Safety Council, every five minutes, someone in America […]

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ADHD Awareness Month – Is Your Medication Safe?

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October means it’s ADHD Awareness Month. It’s important to know that you’re getting the right medications, and that you are aware of possible side-effects, which is ultimately the responsibility of the manufacturer. ADHD is commonly treated with drug therapy through the use of stimulant and non-stimulant medications, such as Strattera, Adderall, Daytrana and Ritalin, just […]

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