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NHL and Retired Players Agree on Brain Injury Lawsuit

NHL and Retired Players Agree on Brain Injury Lawsuit

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Assuming a Minnesota federal judge approves the deal, roughly three hundred former players will each receive a share of about $19 million. These benefits break down to roughly $22,000 per player in cash compensation and about $75,000 per player in medical benefits. “The cash amount of $22,000, that’s small,” remarked former Detroit Red Wings defenseman…Read the article
Back to school after the summer: School risks and dangers 

Back to school after the summer: School risks and dangers 

| Personal Injury
As the summer winds down for kids all across the country that time of the year has come- time to prepare for the return to school. For most it means new classes, new teachers, new friends, and new things to learn. For first time students it is a time of great wonder and excitement and…Read the article
Common Causes of Boating Accidents in the US

Common Causes of Boating Accidents in the US

| Personal Injury
Summer is upon us, and many of us turn to the water as a fun escape from the heat. Swimming pools, lakes, and other bodies of water are a common destination for families looking for fun in the sun. Unfortunately, these fun and exciting water based activities carry with them a certain amount of interent…Read the article
The Perils of Pool Injury in New York

The Perils of Pool Injury in New York

| Personal Injury
Somewhat astoundingly, unintentional drowning is the leading cause of accidental death for children under 4. Those who survive often have permanent injury. It only takes a few moments below the water to cause irreversible brain damage. Many, many other victims become violently ill due to a chemical imbalance. Pool chlorine has many more active ingredients,…Read the article
What You Need to Know About BBQ Safety

What You Need to Know About BBQ Safety

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With warmer weather coming, many New Yorkers break out their barbeque grills. July is the worst month for BBQ accidents, as almost a fifth of the reported barbeque fires occur during this month. May, June, and August follow close behind. Many times, BBQ accidents in New York cause a lot more than nuisance injuries. About…Read the article
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