7 Safe Swimming Tips
Sometimes the only way to enjoy a hot Summer day is by the pool. However, it’s important to note the risks that accompany this popular Summertime activity. 76% of drowning [...]
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Can You Sue for Workplace Harassment?
Workplace harassment, or bullying, is one of the reasons people quit their jobs. When you are teased, belittled, called names, or even yelled at on a regular basis, this can [...]
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Filing a Lawsuit for Cerebral Palsy From a Birth Injury
Approximately, 1 of every 323 people have cerebral palsy. Although most cases of cerebral palsy are unavoidable, up to 20% of cases are caused by birth injuries. If you believe [...]
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Can You Sue For Pesticide Exposure? Ask These 3 Questions First
In the 21st century, we can almost expect to experience exposure to chemicals. Maybe you use chemical-based oven cleaners, or perhaps you purchased a house with lead paint or some [...]
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Filing High School Fist Fight Lawsuits
Teenagers who experience a fist fight in high school often suffer from a multitude of injuries. In most cases, a personal injury lawsuit for these fights is not a valid [...]
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What You Should Know About Slip-and-Fall Accidents
A slip-and-fall injury results from a condition on someone else’s property that is deemed hazardous. A slip and fall accident can occur anywhere, including: A slippery movie theater floor An [...]
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Spectator Injuries at Sporting Events: Can These Cases Be Won?
Fans at sports game deserve to have fun without worrying about injuries. Unfortunately, spectators may be struck by a hard-hit ball or hockey puck and suffer from personal injuries. And [...]
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Why Large Trucks Are More Dangerous Than Small Vehicles
No road accident is good, but a road accident that involves a large truck, such as semi-trailers or tractor-trailers, is particularly bad. Accidents that involve large trucks often result in [...]
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Texting While Driving: What Injured Parties Should Know
The dangerous problem of drivers who text while driving continues to increase. In Alabama alone, statistics show that indulging in this activity makes a driver 23 times more likely to be involved [...]
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Diagnosing a Bullying Teacher and Pursuing a Personal Injury Lawsuit
Is your child’s teacher is a bully? You may be able to pursue a personal injury lawsuit. Learn how to navigate through this difficult situation. Growing up is often hard [...]
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