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What Are Your Options Following a Workplace Accident?

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Accidents happen, true, but those in the workplace are some of the most unexpected and damaging. Employees working in any industry or profession have the right to work in a safe environment that does not jeopardize their health. Workplace accidents are some of the most common, resulting in a wide range of injuries and fatalities. While it’s true that some …

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What Constitutes an Animal Attack?

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Dog Bite Cases Can Get Complicated In the United States alone, nearly 50 million households own at least one dog, with the average person caring for 1.6 dogs per house. America is a dog-loving nation – with 90 million dogs as pets in the country (that equates to one dog for every 3.5 humans). However, not all dog stories are …

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Avoiding Disaster This New Year’s Eve

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New Year’s Eve Can Be Dangerous for Many 2020 has been a challenging year. With the new year approaching, people are ready to put last year behind them. Last year at this time, many of us were looking forward to what 2020 had in store, excited by the possibilities. Unfortunately, the coronavirus had other plans, completely upending life as we …

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How to File a Virus Vaccine Lawsuit

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No One Expects a Vaccine to Cause Them Harm The first wave of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine went out last week, signaling a pivotal turning point in the nearly-year-long pandemic. In the coming months, communities across the nation will begin receiving the first dose of the promising vaccination from Pfizer manufacturing in Portage, Michigan. Already, we see companies like Amazon lobbying …

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The Status of Gun Liability in the U.S.

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Gun Liability is a Heavily Debated Topic in the U.S. The discussion surrounding gun violence in the United States has been a contentious one, to say the least. Everyone seems to have a strong stance on the subject. The topic of constitutional rights always comes up, while many people are tired of offering only “thoughts and prayers.” Many lawmakers are …

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Understanding Virus Vaccine Lawsuits

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With a COVID-19 Vaccine on the Horizon, People Have Many Questions With news of several promising COVID-19 vaccines on the horizon, there appears to be a light at the end of this ongoing pandemic tunnel. The vaccine may be delivered to states in the coming weeks, a welcomed potential as cases continue to surge across the nation. But as we’ve …

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The Dangers of Speeding

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Speeding is a Leading Cause of Car Wrecks As drivers hit the road to go to work, school, the grocery store, or anywhere else, a host of distractions arise while driving to their destination. People find themselves speeding, even when they might not realize it. Others have the intention of speeding, whether they are running late or are impatient. Regardless …

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I Got in a Rental Car Accident. Now What?

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The last thing on your mind when vacationing or on a business trip is being in a car accident, but unfortunately, it happens. Often, these accidents occur with rental cars, adding an extra layer of complication. Whether you are a novice when it comes to renting a car, or this is something you do all the time, getting in an …

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Thanksgiving Traffic Accidents

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Thanksgiving is traditionally one of the most widely celebrated holidays of the year. And while this holiday season may look a little different, and family gatherings may be smaller, the same risks will be there. Unfortunately, Thanksgiving is considered one of the deadliest holidays in the United States, especially in traffic accidents. Not only do more people travel for Thanksgiving, …

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Pedestrian Accidents and Daylight Saving Time

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Daylight Saving Time is coming to an end shortly on November 1st. Although there is some controversy surrounding the benefits of falling back and springing forward, every state in the U.S. observes Daylight Saving Time except for Hawaii and Arizona. According to a recent 2019 article, Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas are proposing year-round standard time. Regardless of which side you …