Can Hospital Understaffing Lead to Injuries?

http://youtu.be/Jt2Iys1wf-I Inadequate medical care should not be tolerated, as it can result in injuries and death. This is especially true in cases where hospitals or nursing homes attempt to save money by understaffing, and do not having a sufficient number of employees working. According to the Washington Business Journal, a dispute has arisen at a Washington...

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A Law Firm Dedicated to Helping the Injured, One Client at a Time

At Koonz, McKenney, Johnson, DePaolis & Lightfoot, L.L.P., we have represented people in all facets of personal injury litigation for over a quarter century. Our Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia injury lawyers protect the rights of workers, and speak out for those hurt by defective products, exposure to dangerous substances—such as asbestos—or hazardous work places. We...

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D.C. Residents Upset Over Construction After Partial Building Collapse

“Pop-up” houses are a hot new fad in home construction. An alternative to traditional methods, these pre-fabricated homes are assembled with non-toxic, recyclable, eco–friendly materials, and as a result, have very low energy consumption per square foot. Many developers in D.C. are jumping on the “pop-up” bandwagon, using the trendy term to describe homes and...

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Road Rage: A Growing Problem on American Roadways

“Road rage” is a budding problem among frustrated drivers, and can include rude movements, calling out insults or deliberately driving in a threatening, dangerous way. Sadly, too many of us have seen or heard of this kind antagonistic behavior by a driver. Over 1,200 cases of road rage are reported every year, many leading to...

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