National Do Something Nice Day

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The seasons change so  fast, and before you know it, it’s already Fall!  More excitingly, it’s the best month of the year, October. What’s even better? National Do Something Nice Day falls on October 5! There are many ways to contribute your own participation to this event. Whether you driving in a car, taking a troll […]

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Negligent Security Claims

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When you drop your child off at daycare, visit a school or stay at a hotel, you expect your family to be safe from crime. Likewise, most of us trust our bosses to maintain our protection when we are on the job.   But what happens when you suffer a loss or injury on someone else’s property […]

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TBI Lawsuits

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Brain injuries can cause permanent physical and mental damage. Determining the value of a person’s injuries can often be complicated. Generally, damage awards in a personal injury case include two types of damages: compensatory damages and punitive damages. Punitive damages are typically reserved for cases in which a defendant’s actions justify a monetary punishment as […]

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School Bus Accidents

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According to the U.S. Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 130 school-age pedestrians (younger than 19) died in school transportation-related crashes. 67 percent were struck by school buses, six percent by vehicles functioning as school buses, and 27 percent by other vehicles involved in the crashes. There were 56 school-age pedestrians killed in school transportation-related […]

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6 Crucial Steps to Avoid A Thanksgiving Fire

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Just about everybody loves Thanksgiving, and for a lot of people the best part of the traditional feast is the turkey. However, for those of us that prefer our birds to be deep fat fried, there is an extra level of precaution that we have to bear in mind during our holiday preparations. There are […]

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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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Patient Abandonment

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Patient abandonment is a form of medical malpractice that occurs when a physician terminates the doctor-patient relationship without reasonable notice or excuse, and fails to provide the patient with an opportunity to find a qualified replacement care provider. There are many these cases in which a doctor might terminate a relationship with a patient without a […]

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Dangerous Furniture

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When a piece of furniture looks sturdy, you usually don’t question if it can hold weight; whether it be your own or books, televisions, clothes, etc. Unfortunately, dangerous furniture (bookcases, dressers, chairs, desks, etc.) injure over 2 million people each year. Furniture becomes more of a danger when other factors are involved; children playing rough […]

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Public Transportation Accidents

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Buses, taxis, planes, subways, trains and escalators all have one thing in common: people rely on them to get from point A to point B; whether it be work, school, shopping, events and more. Over 30 million people use common carriers (individuals or businesses licensed to transport passengers for a fee) as transportation each day […]

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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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