Nursing Home Abuse: Potentially Liable Parties Other Than The Nursing Home

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When a nursing home resident complains of injury or abuse, many people automatically assume that the nursing home is responsible. However, that isn't always the case; other parties can also cause injuries in nursing homes. Here are a few examples of such people: Equipment Manufacturers Nursing homes, just like other businesses, don't manufacture all their equipment in-house. They buy gym equipment, beds, trolleys, toilets, and other equipment from the usual vendors.

15 December 2016

It Happens To Men, Too: 4 Steps To Take If You're Sexually Harassed At Work

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When the topic of sexual harassment in the workplace comes up, people usually think of women being harassed by men. While the majority of cases do involve men as the perpetrator of the harassment, a growing number of men are suffering from sexual harassment in the workplace. In fact, according to statistics, about 17% of all sexual harassment charges are filed by males. If you're a man who's been the victim of sexual harassment in the workplace, you need to know that you're not alone.

28 November 2016

Wrongful Death And Emergency Rooms: Three Common Misunderstandings

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When an individual dies as result of emergency room treatment, it's possible that a wrongful death suit may be appropriate. A wrongful death suit will allege that the reason for the death was negligence and that the individual in question would have been able to survive treatment if they had been treated competently. These cases are very difficult to prove but can be necessary, not only for the financial health of the family but to ensure better medical care for others in the future.

4 November 2016

3 Important Aspects Of Being An Executor To An Estate

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Many people who are called upon to be the executor of an estate after a loved one has passed away have very little idea of what this entails. Following are three of the most important aspects of being an executor to an estate.  You May Be Required to Post a Bond  In certain cases, the court may require that you post a bond in order to protect the estate from any potential losses that may occur.

13 October 2016

Three Tips On What To Do When You're Arrested On Suspicion Of Drunk Driving

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Being singled out by the police as a drunk driving suspect can be a very scary experience, whether you're drunk or not. If you ever find yourself in this situation, here are three tips on what to do and what not to do. 1. Don't behave in an unruly or disrespectful fashion Not only will acting out make the police officers even more sure that you're drunk, but being unruly or disrespectful around armed officers is always a bad idea that could lead to someone getting hurt.

27 September 2016

3 Prescription Drugs That Can Lead To Permanent Disability

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While most prescription medications have excellent safety profiles, some drugs may lead to permanent disability in certain people. Personal injury attorneys are very familiar with lawsuits filed on behalf of patients who have sustained permanent illness or injury as a result of their medications. Here are three different medications that can cause permanent disability or illness, and what you can do to reduce your risks: Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs If you have high cholesterol, especially if it is resistant to lifestyle factors such as weight management, eating a healthy diet, not smoking, and exercising, your doctor may have recommended that you take a cholesterol-lowering drug.

17 August 2016

Two Things You Need to Know About Hiring a Disability Attorney

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Many people become disabled every year and need to apply for social-security benefits. If you are considering filing for disability, you might be wondering if you should hire an attorney. As a general rule, you should consider hiring an attorney because doing so will help with the outcome and ensure that you get the benefits that you deserve. Here are a couple things you need to know about filing for disability.

17 August 2016

How Victims Of Assault Can Seek Damages In A Civil Suit: Three Things To Know

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Not all personal injury cases are based on slip and fall injuries or medical malpractice. If you are injured as the result of an assault, you may be able to seek monetary compensation in addition to seeing the person who assaulted you face criminal charges. Here are a few things you should know about filing a civil suit for personal injury as a result of assault. Understanding Intentional Tort These types of lawsuits are referred to as intentional tort.

31 July 2016

FAQ About Getting Legal Help After Suffering Injuries In A Collision


Did a reckless driver change your life after a collision left you with severe injuries? If you now require frequent medical treatment, it can lead to numerous bills accumulating and cause a financial bind. It is in your best interest to hire a lawyer and request compensation from the other party for what he or she has caused you to go through. This article has answers to questions that you might have in regards to how a lawyer can assist with your case.

15 July 2016

A Few Questions You Might Need Answered About Hiring a Private Investigator

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Hiring a private investigator is likely a task that you have limited experience doing. However, the services of these professionals can be essential in a number of scenarios. If you are considering using a private investigator and have limited experience working with these professionals, you may need to consider the following few questions and answers to make sure that hiring one of these professionals is the right choice for your situation.

30 June 2016