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The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season ended on November 30, and it wreaked devastation on many areas. There were fifteen named storms during the season, plus many tropical storms and tropical depressions. Any one of these events can produce flash flooding, but local downpours and storms are even more notorious for producing these dangerous events. In […]

 

When an injury occurs at work, the first priority is to attend to the injured. Once medical treatment is initiated, thoughts turn to Workers’ Compensation. Concerns about paying medical costs can become overwhelming, and one of the first questions will be inquiring as to when benefits will start. Injured workers and their families that are […]

 

With Uber and Lyft providing us with transportation literally at our fingertips, many may not think twice about stepping into someone else’s car. However, a deadly limo crash in New York earlier this fall has many rethinking hiring a driving company to take them where they need to go. An investigation revealed that the limousine […]

 

Until recently, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommended keeping children in rear-facing car seats until at least the age of two. However, the AAP recently updated their guidelines to recommend that children remain rear-facing until they reach their child safety seat height and weight limits, even if they are over the age of two. […]

 

Working in the construction industry presents significant risks to its workers. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reports that over 18 percent of all workplace deaths in this country happen to construction employees. In situations involving fatal construction accidents that were caused by another’s negligence, a wrongful death lawsuit may be appropriate. What is […]

 

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