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- A Deadly Bus Crash Can Prove Catastrophic
Because of the way bus seating is designed, passengers on buses have far less chance of being injured or killed than drivers and passengers in other vehicles involved. A research study by the National Transportation Safety Board revealed that in 2009 (last available data) about 5.7 people in other vehicles died in a bus accident for every bus passenger.
- When Should You Contact an Asbestos Lawyer?
Filing a claim for asbestos exposure is a complex matter. If you want to make the most out of your case and avoid the hurdles of the legal system, you should work with an experienced lawyer.
- Veterans Exposed to Asbestos: How the Veterans’ Choice Program Extension and Improvement Act Can Help
Veterans have had their share of misfortune in dealing with the VA health care system in the past years. Despite their right to benefit from support after years of military service, veterans often face long wait times, insufficient resources and delayed claim responses.
- How Much Money Can I Recover from a Mesothelioma Claim?
Working with asbestos exposure victims for so many years has taught me that no two compensation claims are the same. Therefore, the amount of money a plaintiff can receive from theirs also varies tremendously according to the specific exposure circumstances and its consequences.
- OSHA Cites Aluminum Manufacturer for History of Safety Violations
The New Jersey aluminum manufacturing company has been cited for over 50 safety violations since 2011.
- The Hidden Danger in Molded Plastics
Plastic materials have been used from the beginning of the 20th century across multiple industries. Despite environmentalist concerns, nowadays plastic is still one of the most popular materials required in production and packaging.
- Michigan Birth Injury Litigation 101
You spent nine months dreaming about what your baby would look like. You eagerly anticipated holding him for the first time. Hearing that first cry. Instead, there was panic. Labor took too long. You listened to the fetal heart rate monitor anxiously awaiting the next bleep that let you know your baby's heart was still beating.
- Florida Nursing Home Deaths after Hurricane Irma under Investigation
Investigations are underway as to why eight residents of the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills in Hollywood, Florida died in the days after Hurricane Irma swept through the state.
- How to File an Asbestos Compensation Claim on Behalf of Someone Else
An asbestos disease diagnosis is a devastating verdict. Victims and their families must be aware that these conditions, though irreversible, can be held under control if they are discovered at an early stage. However, the necessary treatments and proper care imply constant check-up and considerable amounts of money. G
- Lack of Regulation Regarding Ambulance Accidents in Texas Adds Insult to Injury
In Texas, there are no laws requiring that private ambulance services carry anything more than a minimum limits policy. This is just one of many hurdles that make obtaining a fair recovery for a person injured by a negligent ambulance driver from obtaining a fair recovery.