Common Nursing Home Injury Claims

Nursing home injuries can be fatal. For those residents who survive, one of these injuries can begin an irreversible decline and significantly reduce the victim’s quality of life. Fortunately, an experienced nursing home injury attorney can help you determine if your loved one’s injuries were the inevitable result of aging or if they were caused by nursing […]

Common Causes of Slip, Trip, and Fall Accidents

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), falls result in about 8.9 million emergency room visits each year, and they are the second leading cause of unintentional death in homes and communities, causing more than 25,000 deaths in 2009. There are many things that you can do in and around your home to minimize the […]

November 2014 – Accident Statistics

By November of each year many states across North America have seen their first snowfall. This means there’s likely been a jump in traffic, truck, and pedestrian accidents. This cold weather also means an increase in slip and fall accidents – as sidewalks and streets become icy. Most, if not all, of these accidents could […]

Safety in the Home: Electric Cords and Outlets

We spend most of our time surrounded by electric cords and outlets. It’s something you may not think about often, but every cord and every outlet poses a danger if it is faulty or used improperly. By being observant and developing good habits, you can minimize the risk of fire, electric shock, and accidents such […]

Brain Injury: Returning Headaches A Serious Signal

Traumatic brain injury is a serious public health problem but knowing a few facts can help protect yourself and your family. Possibly the most important thing that you need to know is that symptoms of a life-threatening brain injury can be delayed. The symptoms may not show up for hours or days after injury, then […]

Pool Dangers – Infographic

It’s summer. That means it’s pool time. And pool time means fun, sun, and staying cool. But it also means pool accidents, slip and fall injuries, drowning injuries and worse. put together this Pool Dangers Infographic to prevent you from having a bad day at the pool.

Fear of Escalators is Well-Founded

The fear of escalators is more common than you might think. For adults it can be embarrassing and inconvenient, and it some cases it can make certain activities impossible. While most escalator rides end safely, escalator accidents are very real, and often the result of a poorly maintained or defective escalator. Finger and toe amputations […]