Blog Posts in May, 2017

  • Can You Sue if You Were Assaulted on Private Property?

    Property owners and managers are legally obligated to ensure that their properties are safe and properly maintained, and part of this responsibility includes providing adequate security. If you were assaulted on private property, such as at a nightclub, bus station, or even on a university campus, you might have a valid premises liability claim and may be able to sue the property owner or manager ...
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  • Highway Death Increase Prompts Cell Phone Ban

    According to the National Safety Council, 2016 was the second year in a row that the United States saw a significant increase in highway fatalities. The preliminary estimate for last year is 40,200 fatalities, which is a spike of 6% from 2015. Over two years, the death toll has risen 14%—the largest two-year increase since 1964. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that ...
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  • 4 Common Causes of Paralysis

    Paralysis is defined as a loss of muscle function for one or more muscles, commonly associated with motor and sensory loss in the affected area. Whether it happened because of a traumatic event such as a car accident or due to a health condition, there are many situations in life that can lead to paralysis. The following are the four most common causes of paralysis: Head injury – Severe head ...
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