Blog Posts in 2017

  • Tips to Help Maximize Your Personal Injury Claim

    Were you injured in an accident? Are the costs of your medical bills and / or property damages more than you can afford? If so, consider filing a personal injury claim for compensation. The money you receive from damages can help you cover any and all costs related to your accident and injury. To maximize the compensation awarded to you after an accident, make sure you follow the important tips ...
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  • Most Common Places Slip & Fall Accidents Occur

    Slip and fall accidents are some of the most common in the country, second only to car collisions. And the injuries that can result from these accidents are often catastrophic in nature, ranging from serious debilitation all the way to paralysis. Knowing how to identify locations that could be dangerous can help you avoid a slip and fall accident in the future. Below, we list some of the most ...
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  • Three Things to Tell Your Personal Injury Attorney

    Many clients are hesitant to discuss their personal life with their attorney. In some cases, we will ask our clients about issues ranging from any previous medical conditions to employment history and more. This is relatively normal, however many clients fail to see that it actually can be detrimental to their case. So when you receive one of these questions, it’s important that you answer them ...
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  • Five Common Federal Trucking Regulations

    There are hundreds of federal trucking regulations and rules that owners and operators must adhere to at all times not only for their safety, but for the safety of those around them. If a violation of one of these regulation causes them to become involved in an accident, then they could potentially be held liable for any of the damages that result. If you have recently been involved in an accident ...
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  • Safety Tips for Pedestrians

    As a pedestrian, it’s important that you practice extreme care and caution to ensure that you’re getting to where you ened to go as safely as possible. While the Federal Highway Administration has made strides in increasing pedestrian safety, there are things you can to do avoid putting yourself at risk of being involved in an accident. Be Visible If you’re someone who takes walks in the evenings ...
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  • Preventing Dog Bites

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , approximately 4.5 million dog bites occur each year in the United States, and nearly 20 percent of those bites become infected. Although dogs can be our closest companions, a seemingly innocent interaction with a dog can quickly turn dangerous in the event that the dog lashes out. Severe cases of dog bites can put victims at risk of ...
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