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Slip and Fall Accidents

How Can I Avoid a Slip-and-Fall Accident?

Posted on December 31, 2014 to
If you are planning to throw a New Year’s Eve party tonight, make sure that you clear your property of any hazards that may contribute to a slip-and-fall accident. Additionally, if you are out shopping and enjoying yourself, make...
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Thanksgiving: How Can I Avoid Premises Liability and Food Poisoning Issues?

Posted on November 24, 2014 to
Are you hosting a Thanksgiving party this week? Make sure that you take precautions to avoid food poisoning and have sober rides available to guests. Remember, you can be held liable if a guest falls ill due to something...
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Woman Dies after Being Hit by Vehicle at D.C. Intersection

Posted on July 9, 2014 to
Yet another pedestrian has been killed in Washington D.C., this time a 58-year-old woman was hit by a commuter bus on K Street. She had just left work for the day and was running to catch her commuter bus,...
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Spinal Cord Injuries Rising in Individuals 65 and Older

According to the Houston Chronicle, the number of spinal cord injuries in the US is currently on the rise. New research from Johns Hopkins University recently revealed that falls (especially in older people) now surpass car accidents as the...
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Virginia Officer’s Battle to Receive Compensation for Injuries Shows System’s Faults

A Virginia police officer suffered an injury while transporting a handcuffed man down a flight of stairs. The man slipped, and the officer grabbed the man’s arm to keep him from falling. The officer immediately felt a sharp pain...
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Washington DC Construction Worker Falls from Bucket Lift

Falls are the leading cause of fatalities for construction workers, with 400 to 500 deaths resulting from falls each year in the United States. They account for nearly one-third of all deaths in the construction industry. Some of the...
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