Construction Workers and the Risk of Falls
202005.24
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Construction Workers and the Risk of Falls

When it comes to death in construction, falls are the top cause. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reports “in 2018, there were 320 fatal falls to a lower level out of 1,008 construction fatalities (BLS data)” and goes on to say “these deaths are preventable.” In their Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, The Centers…

Children and Playground Injuries: Five Tips for Safer Play
202005.19
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Children and Playground Injuries: Five Tips for Safer Play

As summertime approaches and public parks and spaces reopen, parents and children may be visiting a nearby playground for some welcome fresh air and sunshine. At the time of this post, COVID-19 is also a reality that has changed daily routines and precautions taken for many families. Before heading to a local playground or taking…

Nursing Home Negligence | Wheelchair Accidents
202005.13
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Nursing Home Negligence | Wheelchair Accidents

Nursing Home Negligence  | When we think of wheelchairs, we may think about the added mobility and freedom they can provide to injured and disabled people. We don’t tend to consider the estimated 300,000 serious wheelchair-related accidents each year. Sadly, there have been too many recent stories about collisions between automobiles and wheelchairs, some of…

Five Safe Driving Tips for Summer
202005.11
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Five Safe Driving Tips for Summer

Although your summer plans have likely changed due to COVID-19, some families are taking shorter road trips to enjoy the great outdoors while socially distancing. The National Park Service (NPS) website states: “In many areas, people can visit parks, trails, and open spaces as a way to relieve stress, get some fresh air and vitamin…

Car Accident Attorney | When Your Teen is Injured in a Car Accident
202005.04
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Car Accident Attorney | When Your Teen is Injured in a Car Accident

Car Accident Attorney | You knew the day would come that your child would become a teen driver. However, the statistics haven’t changed. By nature of their immaturity and lack of experience in the driving world, teens are prone to accidents. In fact, car accidents are the number one cause of death amongst American teenagers….