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Dealing with Workplace Injuries

Roughly 2.8 million American workers suffer an injury at their jobs every year. While some injuries are minor, others can have a devastating impact on the worker and their family. The five most common workplace injuries are: Trips, Slips and Falls. These accidents account for about one-third of all workplace Read More…

Is a Trust Necessary?

A Trust is a Necessary Plan Making an appointment to create your will is not usually a cause for celebration. It is a necessary task of life though and should be carried out. The alternative is that you may die, leaving your family in a bind. Since you do not Read More…

Elements of a Nursing Home Neglect Case

Nursing Home Neglect Lawyer A nursing home is supposed to be a safe and secure environment for elderly citizens. While most nursing homes and other long-term care facilities are great options that provide the elderly with excellent care and shelter, incidents of abuse and neglect remain common. If you or Read More…

Motorcycle Accident Injuries and Filing a Claim

Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Being injured in a motorcycle accident can mean that in addition to a hospital visit, you may need to have surgery, physical therapy, and go through rehabilitation. While being in any kind of motor vehicle accident can be dangerous, motorcycles do not allow you the same type Read More…

Workers – June Is National Safety Month

Every June, the influential non-profit National Safety Council takes the lead in spreading awareness about work safety by spearheading “National Safety Month.” In 2021, this observance took on new meaning both due to the new hazards present in all American workplaces during the Covid-19 pandemic and due to the fact Read More…

No Contact Orders v. Protective Orders

It can be really confusing, keeping up with the differences between a protective order and a no contact order. They’re similar but they have different requirements to acquire them, and do different things. It is important to know the difference, and if you have trouble understanding the use of an Read More…

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