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June 24, 2019
Are You Responsible for Trespasser Injuries?
Are You Responsible for Trespasser Injuries? Generally, if someone is sneaking onto your property, the answer to this question is no. Most often, a trespasser intrudes unannounced and perhaps with malicious intent. In only very rare cases would a property owner be responsible for the injuries incurred by a trespasser. However, there are some instances [...]
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June 19, 2019
5 Tips For Avoiding Distracted Driving
5 Tips For Avoiding Distracted Driving You lead a busy life. At home, at work, and in your community, you’ve built a full schedule for yourself. And as you juggle it all, you have mastered the art of multitasking. You send emails at the gym, you eat while you walk and you make phone calls [...]
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June 14, 2019
The Fatal 4 Construction Injuries
The Fatal 4 Construction Injuries What number can you put in your “___ Days Accident Free” sign? Construction accidents happen more frequently than commonly believed. Carelessness, violations, and corners cut can lead to severe injuries and even death. So, it is necessary that safety standards are met and upheld with diligence in your workplace. Do [...]
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May 23, 2019
5 Steps to Take After an Injury
5 Steps to Take After an Injury The aftermath of an injury is a stressful and uncertain time. You might be physically disabled, worried for your future, and unsure of the steps you’ll need to take, all at once. In the event of an accident in which you or someone else is injured, be aware [...]
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May 15, 2019
Boeing Backfires to the Max: A Defective Design
Boeing Backfires to the Max: A Defective Design Jackson Musoni, a 31-year-old Rwandan was killed on March 10 in the fatal crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302. He was among 157 victims, including 22 U.N. workers. And now, the tragedy has heads turning and fingers pointing at the aircraft involved. The Boeing 373 Max 8 [...]
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May 7, 2019
BOB Stroller Recall
BOB Stroller Recall BOB strollers are praised in online reviews, recommended on baby blogs, and rank high on the outdoorsy parents’ list of must-have items. They are the stroller version of a Hummer H3, tackling the rugged terrain of your neighborhood’s trail system. For the runner mom and dads out there, this is an essential. [...]
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April 25, 2019
NCAA Nike Shoe Product Failure
NCAA Nike Shoe Product Failure For an athlete like Zion Williamson, assurance in quality footwear is of high priority. His trust was tested in February however when the Duke basketball star suffered a knee sprain after his Nike shoe ripped apart. The sudden accident threatened the player’s season in one of their most significant games [...]
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April 23, 2019
Injured in a Rideshare Accident
Injured in a Rideshare Accident? Rideshares have changed everything about our means of transportation. With a smartphone and a few bucks, you can grab a private ride across town in a matter of minutes. But what happens in the case of an accident while taking an Uber or Lyft? These unique companies may pose challenging [...]
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April 18, 2019
Understanding Pain and Suffering
Understanding Pain and Suffering When you’re in an accident, you may find that some things don’t have a clear-cut compensation rate. Instances of emotional turmoil or physical pain are severe losses that ought to be repaid but do not have a numeric cost value. This is the purpose of the legal term, ‘pain and suffering’ [...]
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April 16, 2019
How to Avoid Fatigued Driving

How to Avoid Fatigued Driving Spring is the start of road trip season! So, make sure you’re adequately prepared for your upcoming trip. But it's not just your itinerary and DJ skills that you’ll need to dial in before you hit the road. Make sure that you are completely alert and well-rested before you drive. […]

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