Proving a Negligent Security Case

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A party can be accused of negligent security when he or she fails to observe the adequate norms for premises safety. Individuals who are injured in an accident that occurred in an inadequate space can make a negligent security claim and accuse the other party of insufficient or faulty security. This type of claim can be made by individuals […]

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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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Housekeeping Injury Risks

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You spend all day on a flight to finally arrive at your hotel for the night. You check in, walk through the door, and notice your room is fairly clean, cozy and well-maintained. Finally, you take a deep breath out and climb into a clean, nicely-folded bed for a good rest.   Most of us go […]

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Safety Tips for Trick or Treaters

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Halloween Safety Tips Halloween is an exciting time of year for kids, teens and adults. To help ensure this holiday is a safe one, here are some tips to follow when planning costume ideas, creating Halloween crafts, or taking the kids out trick-or-treating.ALL DRESSED UP: Plan costumes that are bright and reflective. Make sure that shoes […]

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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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School Fights & Liability

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We drop our kids off in the morning before work, naturally presuming that school is a safe place for our children, where they’re not at risk to be harmed. Sadly, this isn’t always true. School fights usually start with a few unkind words or a shove, which turn into more shoving and pushing. Most fights […]

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Hazardous Gym & Fitness Equipment

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Many people use fitness and gym equipment their entire lives and never sustain an injury. And then there are thousands of others that are injured by workout equipment every day; fitness and gym equipment is responsible for almost nine thousand injuries each year, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).   Injuries can […]

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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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Amusement Park Accidents

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One of the greatest joys of childhood is visiting an amusement park. Most of us expect bursts of adrenaline, bright lights and delicious smells, but few of us think twice about the potential safety and maintenance hazards of the park. Even as we glide through the air, we are not too concerned about risks because we […]

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