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Traveling for the Holidays: What You Need to Know

Traveling for the Holidays: What You Need to Know

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With the holiday season here, many may be planning trips to spend the festive time with family or friends. If you will be traveling this holiday season, it is important to review the basics for staying safe, whether you will be traveling by plane or car. Travel Tips When Going by Air Flying is often…Read the article
What Is The Difference Between Reasonable Care And Standard

What Is The Difference Between Reasonable Care And Standard

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In personal injury law, in order to be negligent, you either have to do something to cause harm to someone else or fail to act to do something that causes their injury. This is a gray area since accidents happen all the time; finding fault and liability are not always as clear-cut as you would…Read the article
Gun Control – Who’s Liable?

Gun Control – Who’s Liable?

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The recent attack by a lone gunman in Las Vegas has, rightly so, reignited the debate about gun control in the United States. In addition to gun control laws, many are asking questions about liability when shootings and serious or fatal injuries occur. The Argument for Gun Insurance One area of conversation that has been…Read the article
Have A Disaster Preparation Plan

Have A Disaster Preparation Plan

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Natural disasters seem to be striking at an alarmingly high rate, with events like tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes, and fires causing devastation to people in the United States and around the world. Since natural disasters can be hard to predict–and often hit suddenly and forcefully–preparing for a natural disaster is smart. Unfortunately we have seen the…Read the article
Fall Safety Fire Tips

Fall Safety Fire Tips

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As weather cools, now is the time of year that people begin to turn to manufactured sources of heat to stay warm, ranging from in-home fireplaces to electric blankets to space heaters to home heating systems. While these are all great ways to keep cozy when fall temperatures dip–and certainly when fall transitions to winter–sources…Read the article
The Link Between Playgrounds And Injuries

The Link Between Playgrounds And Injuries

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Children under 14 suffer playground-related head injuries at an alarming rate, according to a recent study. In the most exhaustive examination since 1999, the Centers for Disease Control found about 35 out of every 100,000 children who visit a playground fall and suffer a head injury, and the injury rate among children between 5 and…Read the article
School Bus Accidents: Assessing Responsibility

School Bus Accidents: Assessing Responsibility

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School Bus Accidents: Who’s Liable for Damages? School bus accidents are harrowing, both because there are often multiple victims affected and the damages severe, and because the victims are typically young children. When a school bus accident occurs, the families of those involved in the accident may have numerous questions regarding liability, and how to…Read the article
Construction and Scaffold Accidents

Construction and Scaffold Accidents

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According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), there are approximately 2.3 million construction workers–or 65 percent of all workers in the construction industry–who work on scaffolds. While scaffolds are essential for performing tasks at heights, scaffolds can also be very dangerous for workers. In fact, the same OSHA source further reports that there…Read the article
Five Worst Dangers Of Benzene Exposure

Five Worst Dangers Of Benzene Exposure

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Benzene is a petroleum-based industrial solvent that, until rather recently, was also used in after-shave lotions, decaffeinated coffee, unleaded gasoline, and consumer solvents like spot removers and paint strippers. As early as the 1940s, researchers identified benzene as one of the most dangerous products in the world. In fact, an industry group noted that “the…Read the article
Railroad Worker Injuries: What is FELA?

Railroad Worker Injuries: What is FELA?

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FELA Overview When a worker is injured on the job, they no doubt want to be compensated for their injuries. For most workers employed in the private sector, workers’ compensation insurance is the best way to seek compensation for medical expenses, and sometimes even compensation for lost wages when the employee is unable to return…Read the article
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