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How Can Burn Accidents in the Workplace Be Prevented?

Burn accidents like fires, explosions, and exposure to hazardous chemicals or power lines can cause extremely serious and excruciatingly painful burn injuries. Depending on the severity of the burn, it can cause permanent scarring, nerve damage, and require multiple surgeries to treat. In some cases, a serious burn injury can be fatal. As devastating as… Read More

Can I File a Medical Malpractice Claim for Shoulder Dystocia?

From the moment the pregnancy is confirmed to the much-anticipated labor and delivery, parents’ main concern is that the baby is born healthy, and with no major complications. However, there are a range of things that can go wrong during the childbirth process that can cause serious, permanent injuries to the baby and the mother…. Read More

Can Footage From a Dashcam Help My Car Accident Claim?

If you have ever been in a car accident, you know that the experience can be extremely stressful, particularly if you or any other passengers in your vehicle suffered any injuries. If the other driver involved in the accident was responsible for causing the collision, you will need to file a personal injury lawsuit in… Read More

What Do I Need to Know About Filing a Medical Malpractice Claim?

Whether you are seeing a doctor for a routine check-up, a scheduled surgical procedure, or you require immediate medical attention for a serious health emergency like a heart attack or a stroke, you place your trust in the hands of the medical professional responsible for your care. While most health care professionals consistently provide excellent… Read More

What Are the Most Common Causes of Construction Accidents?

Construction sites are known for being among the most dangerous places to work. In fact, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) each year, 20 percent of worker fatalities in the United States are caused by construction accidents. However, many of these accidents can be prevented by taking proactive steps to make safety… Read More

How Effective Are Seat Belts at Preventing Serious Injuries?

Despite the widely accepted fact that seat belts save lives, it bears repeating, particularly since buckling up can reduce your risk of serious, and fatal injuries by approximately 50 percent, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Even a relatively minor car accident could have tragic consequences if you and any other passenger… Read More

What Are the Most Dangerous Toys of 2022?

Whether you are just starting your holiday shopping, or you already have all of your gifts purchased and wrapped, you probably do not think about whether the gifts that you buy are safe. If the item is in stores and on the shelves, you should be able to assume that the products meet all safety… Read More

Baltimore School Teacher Charged With Sexual Assault, Producing Child Pornography

A local science teacher, William Zev Steen, is facing charges of rape, assault, child abuse, sexual abuse of a minor, and perverted practice. According to formal documents, those who were allegedly abused by the 44-year-old male were girls ranging from ages 5 to 7 years old. Local reports state that Steen, who was a teacher… Read More

How Can I Avoid a Car Accident Over the Thanksgiving Weekend?

If you are one of the millions of Americans that will be loading up the car to spend Thanksgiving with family or friends, keep in mind that the Wednesday before Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel days of the year. While sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic is probably not on your list of things that… Read More

Investigation Into Maryland Cop’s Alleged Sexual Offenses Continues as Multiple Victims Come Forward

Former deputy Steven Victor Abreu, age 30, was fired by Maryland Sheriff Mike Lewis and criminally charged following an October 30th complaint that he raped a woman held in custody in a Kohl’s parking lot. Abreu is also accused of harassing and stalking the victim in the days following the alleged rape. After an internal… Read More

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