10 Personal Safety Tips for the New Year

By | Personal Injury

As 2016 comes to a close a new year is slated to begin, many are making mental notes of how they’d like to begin their list of resolutions for the New Year. With the world in so much turmoil with all the dangerous events occurring so regularly, many people are concerned about their personal safety. As the New Year approaches, perhaps you should consider making personal safety a priority. These personal safety tips can make your New Year a good year. It’s never a bad idea to stay as safe. Install Home Security It’s simple, but it’s one of those personal…

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Breaking news: Judge Awards Millions to Family of Asbestos Victim

By | Product Liability

A recent personal injury case that involved third-party neglect proves that company responsibility can extend from the injured worker to that person’s immediate family members. An Alabama judge awarded a deceased woman $3.5 million for all of the medical bills that had to do with her unfortunate disease and for her pain and suffering. The funds will go to her family members so that they can rebuild their lives after her unnecessary passing. The Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant was on the other end of the suit. The Tennessee Valley Authority owns the plant. The Case Specifics The Browns Ferry Nuclear…

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Labor Day Safety Tips

By | Personal Injury

Most people consider Labor Day as the end of summer and the final opportunity to hit the beach, travel, or fire up their grills. However, safety is a key component of fun and relaxation. There are various safety tips to help people have a risk free and fun holiday. Remaining alert at the beach, on the road, or even at cookouts, is vital in ensuring Labor Day safety as you spend time with family and friends. Road-trip Careless driving and poor use of pedestrian paths is one of the leading causes of accidents on the roads during Labor Day holidays….

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