Important Information About Recovering Compensation After Being Injured in an Escalator Accident

  As a child, going to the mall and riding on the escalator was exciting. Even as adults, there’s a certain sense of fun when riding up and down on the “moving stairs.” If you are like most people, you don’t think about the possibility of suffering an accident while on an escalator. While that’s fair, since the statistics related to escalator accident are low, regardless of how rare they are, they still happen. When accidents do occur, injuries are

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The Potential Pitfalls of Posting About a Personal Injury on Social Media

  The average person spends 135 minutes on social media per day. There’s no question that this technology has completely transformed a person’s day-to-day life. Just a decade ago, no one would have even known what social media was. However, today, it’s difficult to even imagine an existence without social media. People use social media for an array of activities. Sometimes, they post on it without thinking about vacation, dinner, kids, and other information. However, when it comes to a

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The Most Common Types of Truck-Related Accidents on Florida Roads

Commercial trucks make a significant contribution to the country’s economy by transporting goods by way of the major interstate highways. Sharing the road with other drivers is important for everyone – those in passenger vehicles and truck drivers. If a truck driver speeds, falls asleep, or doesn’t properly maintain their vehicle, the results may be catastrophic for other drivers on the road. If you, or another person in your family has experienced a serious injury due to of the reckless

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New Study Shows Speeding is the Top Cause of Fatal Car Accidents

For several years, experts and researchers have investigated and scrutinized car accident statistics to discover insight about the most prevalent dangers on roads in the U.S., along with when and where they are the highest. Thanks to the work done by these individuals, along with the efforts of safety advocates and awareness campaigns, the majority of drivers in the U.S. are aware that some types of negligence while behind the wheel can increase the risk of an accident, regardless of

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Understanding the Basics of Nursing Home Neglect and Abuse

Currently, more than 40 million people over the age of 65 live in the U.S. By 2030, senior citizens are going to make up over 20 percent of the country’s total population. With more people surpassing this milestone, the population in nursing homes is also growing. While many facilities treat their residents with respect and dignity, cases of nursing home neglect and abuse are still a serious problem that impacts those who live here. Consider these facts: Over 40 percent

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