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Kids love Halloween, and why shouldn’t they? They get to dress up, they get to stay out late with their friends, and they get to eat all of the candy they can stomach!
Even still, Halloween is widely considered one of the most dangerous holidays for kids. While the greatest
Not all accidents that occur in the United States every year end in fatalities and injuries. Most of these accidents are minor car accidents like fender benders, where there may be some amount of property damage in the form of damage to your car or the other car in the
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, every year, there are more than 7,500 backpack-related injuries reported across the United States. These backpack injuries include everything from bruises and sprains, to back and shoulder fractures.
Backpacks pose a major and serious back injury risk to children. This is in spite
Most personal injury lawyers work on a contingency fee basis. That means that they recover their fees after they have managed to recover a settlement or verdict in favor of their client. Usually, the contingency fee amounts to a certain percentage of the money that has been recovered.
When it comes to high profile personal injury lawsuits and verdicts, nothing beats the McDonald’s hot coffee case of the 1990s. This almost mythical case is often used by supporters of tort reform and restrictions on personal injury lawsuits, to allege that the personal injury justice system in this country
According to statistics by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2011, 4,600 American workers were killed in workplace accidents. That works out to 3.5 fatalities for every 100,000 full-time equivalent workers in the United States. It also works out to approximately 90 fatalities per week, or nearly 13 fatalities every
Driving under the influence of alcohol continues to remain one of the major causes of accidents across the country annually. In fact, driving while intoxicated is the second biggest killer on our roads, killing more people on the roads every year than any other accident cause, except speeding. However, distracted
Teenagers may be at a much higher risk of being involved in accidents compared to other age groups. That’s because teenagers have lesser driving experience, and may not have the kind of fine-tuned skills that are necessary to recognize and identify accident cues, and avoid collisions.
However, that doesn’t mean