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The Commonality of Playground Injuries

June 10, 2019

Going to the playground during or after school is not as safe as many parents think it is. Even though many will say kids will be kids, it’s just not a good saying when it comes to children being injured on the playground. Injuries from playground equipment can be serious, putting kids in casts for… [ Read More ]

Will My Personal Injury Case Go To Trial?

March 1, 2019

Personal injury cases can be settled one of two ways: out of court with an insurance company or a legal battle in court. There are pros and cons to both of them such as costs, time for it to settle, success rates, etc. Many people wonder, “ Will my personal injury case go to trial?”… [ Read More ]

Explaining SIRVA and Its Relationship to Workers’ Compensation

January 31, 2019

The argument over whether or not to get a vaccine has been raging for decades. For the most part, people get vaccines in an effort to prevent becoming seriously ill. When a vaccine is administered it is done so using a weaker version of the illness. This allows the body’s immune system to build up… [ Read More ]

How To Write A Demand Letter in New Jersey

December 12, 2018

In potential personal injury lawsuits, one of the most common ways to determine if it is necessary to file a formal action in court is to write a demand letter to the opposing party. A demand letter is your written statement that outlines your intent to sue for your injuries if a settlement cannot be… [ Read More ]

Construction Accident Deaths

June 28, 2018

Construction is a dangerous industry to work in. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reports that one in five worker deaths in 2016 were construction-related, and more than half of those deaths can be attributed to four specific causes. OSHA has labeled these causes the “Fatal Four”, and the group suggests that up to… [ Read More ]

Journal of Pediatrics Confirms Dangers of Window Cords

January 30, 2018

Blind cord may appear to be harmless, but too many families have learned the hard way just how dangerous these common household items really are. After decades of injuries, the journal of Pediatrics has finally confirmed the very real hazards related to covering cords. The journal’s research confirmed that nearly 17,000 children had been seen… [ Read More ]

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