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Blog Posts in December, 2018

  • Common Sense Keeps New Year Celebrations Safe

    New Year’s Eve and Day is a busy time of celebrations with friends and family. It is also a busy time for plaintiff attorneys due to an increased number of injuries caused by individuals who haven’t taken precaution to avoid accidents. Accidents come in many forms on this holiday. A majority of them are due to excessive drinking. Here are other examples of how accidents can happen: Party Venues ...
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  • Protecting Your Claim After an Uber or Lyft Accident

    In the last decade, peer-to-peer rideshare giants Uber and Lyft have utilized mobile application technology to complete revolutionize the transportation industry. With just a few clicks of an app, customers can hire convenient rides at affordable prices. However, it’s not unusual for companies to start cutting corners in the face of immediate success, and Uber and Lyft are no exception. To meet ...
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  • The True Impact of Workplace Harassment

    When you hear the words “workplace harassment,” you may not immediately think about injuries. After all, most workplace harassment and abuse – be it on the basis of sex, race, or other personal characteristics – tends to be verbal rather than physical. However, studies have shown that the effects of workplace harassment and discrimination can have a far deeper and more lasting toll than many ...
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  • Johnson & Johnson Execs Lied About Asbestos in Baby Powder Studies & New Findings Bolster Lawsuit

    Johnson’s Baby Powder has been a household staple for decades. Used to absorb moisture and aid in hygiene, the soft sweet-scented powder can be found in many a bathroom closet in the U.S. Last Friday, the makers of the baby powder, Johnson & Johnson, found themselves out of the closet and in headline news over information that company executives have known for more than 40 years that the raw talc ...
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  • Tips for Preventing Chimney Fires This Winter

    The Hearth Is the Home — Don’t Let it Burn Your House Down Perhaps you’ve decorated your fireplace mantel for the holidays. Maybe you will stuff stockings in preparation for the holiday season. However, you celebrate the holidays; if you have a fireplace, you are most likely taking advantage of it this month. And while a fireplace is an inviting area to gather — it’s warm, welcoming and, for many, ...
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