Category: Personal Injury

Who Can You Sue if You Fall in a Parking Lot?

If you’re lying in a hospital bed after a severe slip and fall accident, you may think about who can you sue if you fall in a parking lot? It would probably be the parking lot owner. There may be other parties responsible, too, depending on the facts of your case. Who can be sued for a fall in a ...

Can I Sue For Slipping And Falling in A Store?

Can I sue for slipping and falling in a store? If you’ve fallen and injured yourself because of an unsafe condition at a store, then you may have cause for bringing a legal claim. As public places that encourage people to come in and shop and spend money, stores have a reasonable duty to keep peop...

The Value of Wearing a Seatbelt in the Rear Seat

New York may soon require all passengers in the back seats of motor vehicles to wear seatbelts. Current state law requires only people under 16 years old riding in the rear seat to buckle up. A bill that would make New York the 30th state to mandate back-seat safety belt use is currently ...

National Safety Month Observed in June – It’s a Message We All Need to Hear

June is National Safety Month. Started by the National Safety Council more than 20 years ago, the month brings attention to the large numbers of injuries and fatalities throughout the country that are caused by

Motorcycle Safety Month: How to Share the Road with Motorcyclists

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, which is intended to bring attention to the high rate of accidents, injuries and fatalities among motorcyclists. Per miles traveled, motorcyclist fatalities occur 28 times more often than fatalities of passenger car occupants in traffic accidents, according ...

Pedestrian Deaths Take Center Stage After Grim Report

The grim truth is that pedestrian deaths are on the rise around the country, as highlighted in a recent Consumer Reports article. In 2009, 4,109 pedestrians were killed in accidents with motor vehicles, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. By 2017, the death tol...

Construction Worker Shortage Jeopardizing Workplace Safety

Without skilled construction workers, we wouldn’t have sturdy roofs over our heads or the highways, bridges and other infrastructure that are necessary to our everyday lives. Construction is important work that unfortunately is filled with safety risks. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Stati...

Conor McGregor Storms Barclays Center, Opening Questions of Negligent Security

Theatrics are common in UFC media events. Pushing, insulting and hurling water bottles are simply part of the hype one can expect in the build-up to a high-profile mixed martial art bout. But when Conor McGregor and several of his associates

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