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Dec 2, 2016

Homeowner’s Insurance – What Does It Cover?

By |Dec 2, 2016|Dog Bites, Premises Liability|0 Comments

Most people think of homeowner’s or renter’s insurance as being in place to cover losses to the property in case of fire, theft, or some other physical damage to their home or property. While homeowner’s and renter’s insurance does cover these losses, it also provides liability coverage. Liability coverage is insurance that will pay […]

Nov 30, 2016

Drowsy Driving Is a Common Cause of Truck Accidents

By |Nov 30, 2016|Auto Accidents, Personal Injury, Truck Accidents|0 Comments

Any driver who gets behind the wheel of a vehicle owes a duty of care to the other drivers on the road. Fatigue caused by driving for long hours is a major safety hazard for commercial truck drivers. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that more than 100,000 accidents each year in the […]

Nov 28, 2016

It’s Time to Talk about Baltimore’s Crime Drones

By |Nov 28, 2016|News, Personal Injury|0 Comments

Over the past few weeks, we have been following a story about the Baltimore P.D.’s use of a “private aerial surveillance program” as a crime fighting measure. Earlier in October, the president of the company which makes the drones, Ross McNutt, told the Baltimore Sun that his “cameras have captured between 60 and 70 […]

Nov 23, 2016

Hot Coffee and McDonald’s

By |Nov 23, 2016|Burn Injury, Liability|0 Comments

In 1992, a 79-year-old woman named Stella Liebeck was sitting in the passenger seat of her grandson’s stopped car, ready to add some cream and sugar to her McDonald’s coffee. She put the Styrofoam cup between her knees and pulled the lid off; the coffee dumped into her lap, scalding her inner thighs. The […]

Nov 21, 2016

Tips for Reducing Your Risk of Injury from a Medication Error

By |Nov 21, 2016|Medical Malpractice|0 Comments

Medical errors are now the third leading cause of death in the U.S., and medication errors are a part of why that is. While the healthcare industry tried to fix things on their end, the Mayo Clinic offers a few tips to help you avoid problems with your medication, and hopefully reduce your risk […]

Nov 18, 2016

Staying Safe at Thanksgiving This Year

By |Nov 18, 2016|Personal Injury, Safety|0 Comments

It’s almost Thanksgiving, the time of year where we gather with loved ones to enjoy a feast, some football, and time to reflect on our fortunes. As much as we love Thanksgiving, we know that too many cooks in the kitchen – and too many drunk drivers on the road – can lead to […]

Nov 16, 2016

Defective Drug Xarelto Lawsuits for Uncontrolled Bleeding and Wrongful Death

By |Nov 16, 2016|Dangerous Drugs|0 Comments

Xarelto (Rivaroxaban) is a blood-thinning prescription medication manufactured by Bayer, and was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in July 2011. Now there are thousands of lawsuits against the drug maker by plaintiffs who claim that they suffered adverse effects from taking the drug, and some family members who lost loved […]

Nov 11, 2016

Can a Simple Checkboard Put an End to Preventable Medical Errors?

By |Nov 11, 2016|Medical Malpractice|0 Comments

A few months ago, we talked about how medical errors were the third leading cause of death in the United States. Since then, we have read about countless facilities and doctors trying to put an end to “never events” and medical mistakes for good. We’ve seen pieces on training, on hours worked, on top-of-the-line […]

Nov 7, 2016

Strollers Account for a Serious Number of Injuries Every Day

By |Nov 7, 2016|Personal Injury, Products Liability, Safety|0 Comments

Now that the heat of summer has gone, we see more and more parents doing outdoor activities with their families: playing games, running errands, even taking walks around the neighborhood. If you have small children, the right stroller is a necessity for any of these things – but that doesn’t mean they’re perfect machines. […]

Nov 2, 2016

Federal Government Recommends Guidelines for Manufacturers of Driverless Cars

By |Nov 2, 2016|News, Safety|0 Comments

September was an important month for autonomous cars: photos of a driverless Uber vehicle rolling around the streets in Pittsburgh made news headlines, and we even saw the first major auto accident involving a Tesla on autopilot and a tourist bus (albeit in Germany). Another big step forward came from the White House, which […]

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