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Gathering Evidence to Support a Personal Injury Claim

A personal injury claim cannot be successful without evidence to support it. This is because personal injury claims hinge on the issue of negligence. If the claimant cannot prove that their injury and resulting damages are the direct result of another party’s negligence, the alleged negligent party cannot be held liable and thus be required […]

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Leading Causes of Truck Accidents

Sharing the road with tractor trailers can be intimidating for motorists as these large trucks can weigh up to 80,000 pounds. Smaller vehicles can become stuck beneath them or in their grills, which can be fatal. As a motorist, take care to reduce your chance of being involved in a truck accident by learning about […]

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Brain Injuries Suffered in Car Accidents

When the head suffers an impact with a solid object, the brain can bleed or swell inside the skull, causing a victim to suffer a traumatic brain injury. A concussion is one type of brain injury that can lead to pain and various physical, cognitive, and behavioral symptoms. Brain injuries are one of the most […]

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Slip and Fall Accidents in Stores

A slip and fall accident can turn an enjoyable day of shopping into a nightmare. Every year, more than one million Americans visit the emergency room with injuries they sustained in a slip and fall accident. Many of these types of accidents happen in retail stores. Store flooring is often made of laminate materials or […]

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Accidents Caused by Road Rage

A tragic case of road rage has claimed the life of a Philadelphia-area teen. The recent high school graduate was on her way home from a shopping trip when she was fatally shot by another driver. The incident happened after the two drivers simultaneously tried to merge into one lane on Route 100 in West […]

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Workers Compensation Basics

Employees are entitled to Workers’ Compensation health benefits for medical care when they are injured while on the job. How severe the injury is and how quickly the employee recovers will determine what other types of Workers’ Compensation benefits are available. Workers’ Compensation benefits fall into five different categories: Medical benefits for injuries sustained at […]

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Construction Fatalities

Construction accidents continue to cause serious injuries due to lack of communication and safety precautions in place. Recently, the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) released a 30-page report on fatal work injuries within the construction industry. The report was published to educate industry professionals and encourage them to implement proper safety standards and thus […]

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Child Car Restraints Save Lives

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently published eye-opening data about child restraints and car accident fatality rates in the Journal of Pediatrics. Researchers analyzed fatal crash data over a four-year period and found that 43 percent of children under the age of 15 who died in car accidents were either improperly restrained or […]

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Common of Causes Car Accidents

While automobile safety technology has progressed greatly in recent years, car accidents are still one of the most widespread dangers in America. One of the most common causes of death for individuals under the age of 50, car crashes account for more than 33,700 fatalities every year in the United States. The numbers have increased […]

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Pool Accidents

While enjoying their time with friends and family, most people are not thinking about the risk for accidents in and around the pool. Sadly however, an average of six people drown each day in pools in the U.S.; and 30 percent of victims are children. While drowning and electrocution in and around pools are among […]

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