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  • Know Your Rights If You’re Hit by a Car in a Pedestrian Accident

    February 20, 2018

    Pedestrians face an increased risk for severe injuries because they do not have the standard protections afforded to someone inside a vehicle. Whereas a person inside a car is probably wearing a seatbelt and has the benefit of airbag deployment in the event of an accident, a pedestrian is completely exposed. If you were struck […]

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  • How Do Elevator Accidents Happen?

    June 27, 2017

    According to the National Elevator Industry, there is an estimated 900,000 elevators in the United States. And with each elevator carrying 20,000 people, that’s 18 billion passenger trips annually. Did you take one of these 18 billion elevator trips? Probably. And by taking just one of these trips, you exposed yourself to the possibility of […]

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  • 4 Serious Types of Slip and Fall Injuries

    June 26, 2017

    Falls are the leading cause of hospital emergency room visits, according to the National Floor Safety Institute. They are the number two cause of on-the-job deaths after transportation-related deaths, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Companies lose over $11 billion annually because of slips, trips and falls, according to BIC Magazine. If you’ve been […]

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  • Attacked By a Dog? What To Do Next  

    June 20, 2017

    A responsible dog owner should be able to prevent a dog attack. With proper leashing, supervision and adequate fencing, an aggressive dog can be restrained and an attack prevented. But not all dogs are properly restrained. Dogs get loose, and when they do, they can violently attack, leaving you injured, disfigured and possibly disabled.  A […]

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  • 10 Important Signs That Someone May Have a Concussion

    May 04, 2017

    Don’t let anyone call your concussion a “mild injury.” That degrades the pain you’re feeling and the impairments you’re suffering: your headaches, your concentration problems, your loss of memory, and your impaired judgment and balance. Let’s call your concussion what it really is: a traumatic brain injury. “Traumatic brain injury” is a better description. It […]

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