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- Injured While on a Bus, Who Is at Fault?
Buses are generally thought of as fairly safe forms of transportation. Otherwise millions of school children would not ride buses to school everyday, millions more commuters would not use them to get to and from work, and others would not use them to take cross-country trips or go on tours. They also tend to be in fewer accidents than cars and motorcycles.
- Filing an Injury Claim Against a Company
Filing an injury claim against a company is much more complicated and challenging than filing a claim against an individual. You don't want to go rushing after an injury and file a claim against a business or commercial establishment. You first need to gather evidence, make sure that you meet all the criteria for your claim, and only then take the first step forward to contacting either the business or the insurer.
- Safety Tips for the Motorcycle Season
As the weather warms up, more and more motorcycles are coming out of the garage, with riders ready to hit the road. Before you hop on your bike, remember to put safety first.
- Victims of Bicycle Accidents
Riding a bike is a popular means of travel with good reason.
- Construction Accident Injuries
Every year thousands of the over nine million construction workers in the United States are injured at construction sites throughout the country.
- Sexual Assault Prevention on College Campuses
For high school seniors and their parents, Spring can mean the excitement of learning which colleges and universities they have been offered admission to, and which new campus communities they may become a member of in the Fall.
- South Jersey Wrongful Death Lawyers Report on Energy Drink Litigation
The popularity of highly caffeinated energy drinks is well known for its ability to provide a quick lift and increased energy levels.
- Pennsylvania Mesothelioma Parity Bill
Pennsylvania House legislators voted overwhelmingly to pass a bill that will equalize patients’ out-of-pocket expenses for oral and intravenous cancer treatments.
- Reinstatement of Ship Worker's Asbestos Care
A New Jersey Appellate Court has reversed an earlier judge’s decision in a case involving a former ship worker who died from mesothelioma caused by exposure to asbestos at work.
- Construction Accidents
Construction industry workers face dangerous working conditions every day.