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  • Trampoline Park Accidents and the Park's Liability

    According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, children under the age of six should not be permitted to use trampolines. The American Academy of Pediatrics warns against the use of trampolines by children altogether.

  • Expert Witness Explains Hotel Liability for Negligence of Franchisee
      by HG.org

    Hotel owners and franchisees have a relationship that benefits the brand behind the hotel. However, when the franchisee engages in activity that may lead to litigation, the hotel could be liable for these actions and an expert witness may be needed for the court case.

  • Hotel Accidents Liability

    Summer is high season for vacations and hotel stays. Although most hotels are well managed and inspected regularly, even the best hotels are susceptible to safety lapses that lead to accidents.

  • Stolen Items in Hotel, Am I Permitted to View the Hotel Video Footage?
      by HG.org

    In situations where theft occurs, there may be a few options in progressing to a potential resolution to the matter. It may be possible to seek the assistance of local law enforcement to seek a solution. Another possibility is hiring a lawyer to help throughout the procedures.

  • Premises Liability at Gyms

    Although the gym represents health and fitness for many, in some cases, it can also be a hazard to health. Faulty equipment, slippery floors, and other dangers can result in a variety of injuries, from cuts and bruises to sprains and broken bones.

  • Managing Risks and Investigations in Construction Litigation with an Expert Witness
      by HG.org

    Construction litigation is rife with complications, difficulties, risks and numerous types of investigations. These may be more in number when involved with commercial constructions projects, and injuries are often possible during these incidents.

  • Easy Worker Health Initiatives You Can Implement in Your Workplace

    Whether business owners realize it or not, worker health and safety plays a major role in managing the costs of running an operation. In fact, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration says that estimates of employers’ costs for workers’ compensation alone equal roughly $1 billion every single week in the United States. That’s a substantial sum and one that doesn’t factor in other indirect costs incurred by businesses due to their employees’ injury and illness.

  • Essential Tips from an Expert Witness in a Slip, Trip and Fall Case
      by HG.org

    Injuries and cases of slips, trips and falls are prominent in certain industries and with the elderly. It is important to understand how to avoid these complications, and why those harmed in the process need certain compensation. Many slips and trips occur in building with floor hazards, but these may occur at home due to wires, carpets and obstacles.

  • Health Hazards Due to Insecticide Sprayed by Farm Next Door, What Can I Do?
      by HG.org

    The rights and protections for homeowners in some instances extend beyond the property lines. This may mean that certain hazards from nearby land or houses are not permitted when they affect others, as this could be considered a public safety concern as well as numerous other problems.

  • Medical Expert Witnesses Needed for Negligence in Hazardous Chemical Cases
      by HG.org

    Hazardous chemicals are both dangerous and lethal to humans when they come into contact with the skin or are inhaled. Some chemicals are such a risk to the health of a person that not having a breathing mask could lead to death quickly. There are many compounds that may be created which could harm someone, and numerous chemicals found in homes or buildings could lead to the same dangerous results.


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