Relevant & Important Information About Personal Injury Law So You Can Be In The Know

Is My Employer Required to Give Me a Minimum Amount of Sick Leave?

Oct 19, 2018 9:40:44 AM

An illness or injury can occur anywhere, at any time, and to anyone. When you or a loved one experience a medical emergency, time away from your employment only adds to the stress. Whether your employer is required to give you a minimum of sick leave depends upon where you work and how long you've worked there. Knowing your rights to securing your job while taking time off is important to seeking medical treatment and care for yourself or someone you love. 

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I'm Injured! Is My Personal Trainer Liable?

Oct 11, 2018 2:46:01 PM


Your personal trainer is there to help you reach all of your workout goals. Unfortunately, not every personal trainer has the ability to help you reach those goals--and some of them lack the experience they need to keep you safe. Can you sue your personal trainer? If you believe you have a case, there are several key things to keep in mind.


What is Sarcoidosis? The Rare But Incurable Disease

Oct 4, 2018 4:24:30 PM

The worst tragedy that this nation has faced in modern times and the disease known as Sarcoidosis are connected. This is because Sarcoidosis is an inflammatory disease that most commonly impacts the lungs, and because dust from the collapse of the World Trade Centers contained the ingredients that left some first responders with this disease. Those responders may well have a legal case to make. Read on to see why and how you also may have a case to bring if you also suffer from Sarcoidosis. 


The risk of brain injury in soccer

Sep 20, 2018 4:47:48 PM

There has been a lot of talk in recent years about the dangers of football--and the growing concerns surrounding brain injuries from the sport. However, a recent study indicates that the world's most popular sport--soccer--actually has the potential to lead to long-term brain damage as well.

Researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine conducted a study on the impact of heading--a soccer technique in which a player jumps into the air and intercepts a ball--usually traveling at high speed--with their head. Because soccer players are not permitted to use their hands, the head is the primary way for a player to control a ball in mid-air. The study shows that over time, this technique can have neurological consequences.



Paralyzed due to medical error? Here's what to do

Sep 13, 2018 2:55:43 PM


No one wants to consider the possibility of becoming paralyzed because of a medical professional's negligence. Unfortunately, this does happen.

Medical error, or medical malpractice, is the third leading cause of death of Americans. This means that tragic accidents or acts of recklessness on the doctor's part leave many individuals worse off than they may have been before.



Bus Safety Advice to Give to Your Children

Sep 6, 2018 5:09:21 PM

As the school year begins, you should consider which transportation option is best for your child. Out of the options, many New Yorkers agree that taking the bus is one of the safest options for kids to get to school. They are not behind the wheel in New York traffic or wandering the dangerous streets with pedestrian accidents waiting to happen.

However, your child can still end up with serious injuries from a bus if they are not careful or taught how to approach it properly. Before your kid heads to classes, it is important to show them proper bus safety so you have less worries about them when they are not with you.



Top hazards in the construction industry

Aug 30, 2018 6:57:51 PM

Carpenters, Electricians and steel workers all have two things in common: they are in the construction industry and they can be dangerous. Many workers in this industry know that there are many hazards that one needs to watch out for while at a site.

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, there are close to 6.5 million workers at 250,000 construction sites across the United States, and the fatal injury rate is higher than most. What makes this job more dangerous than others?



Why it’s important to take extra care when driving while pregnant

Aug 23, 2018 2:00:00 PM

There are number of things that doctors recommend pregnant women not to do: drink more than one cup of coffee per day, eat sushi, take a break in the sauna and drink alcohol. But what about driving? A study suggests that pregnant women in their second trimester may be at greater risk for a serious motor vehicle crash.

According to the study, the risk of a crash increases over 40 percent in a woman’s second trimester of pregnancy. A serious car accident can send both mother and child to the emergency room and put them both in grave danger. Even a minor crash can put the couple at risk.



What can you do if a dialysis treatment leads to wrongful death?

Aug 16, 2018 3:00:00 PM


If you or someone you know is struggling with kidney disease or failure, you are likely familiar with dialysis, a treatment that performs similar functions of the kidney. This treatment is common for those in renal failure, but how dangerous is it?

In recent news, a Denver court awarded almost $400 million in wrongful death suits against the family members of multiple individuals who died from cardiac arrest soon after treatments at DaVita Dialysis clinics. DaVita Dialysis is a well-known dialysis treatment center, with facilities all over the United States.



Useful tips to enjoy your next Barbecue safely

Aug 9, 2018 1:37:47 PM

Many of us associate summertime with being outside. We hang out on the beach. We take our bicycles out of hibernation. We even eat outside.

Barbecues are a popular summer pastime across the country. However, they are also a common source of injury—or even death. Nationwide, barbecue fires injure 7,000 people each year.


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