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Construction workers have both a highly dangerous and an extremely important job. Our country depends on the construction industry to build our homes, our nation’s infrastructure, and the buildings for our companies. But the danger in this industry is very real. Between just 2002 and 2012, 19.5% of all workplace injuries involved construction workers. According to… Read More »
If you have an elderly family member in a care facility, there is always a chance that they could be suffering from nursing home abuse or neglect. This type of abuse and neglect is a growing problem across the U.S., where the level of wrongdoing can vary depending on the individual case. According to the… Read More »
When you’re involved in a car accident, your initial reaction may be panic. In fact, many people respond to a car wreck – in the first moments following it – with tears, shock, and a feeling of numbness and immobility. While knowing what to do after a car wreck can be challenging, especially if… Read More »
Teenagers are historically the most accident-prone driver demographic. Much of this can be attributed to the fact that teens are new drivers, but a recent study has concluded that many of these accidents may be prevented by eliminating in-vehicle distractions. The study in question, conducted by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, looked at… Read More »
After your spouse, child, or family member has been in a serious accident, it can be difficult to know how best to support them while they recover from their injuries. If your loved one incurred a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in the accident, the effects on the victim and the victim’s family can be… Read More »
The idea that medical malpractice and doctor errors should be a serious source of concern to patients is not new. According to the conclusions of a study recently published by researchers at Johns Hopkins University, however, medical errors deserve even more attention than they have so far received. Based on a review of patient… Read More »
Commercial drivers of large trucks, such as 18-wheelers and semi-trucks, are given a great deal of responsibility in being permitted to drive these large vehicles. They’re required to be highly attentive, alert, and technically skilled at maneuvering these giant vehicles, all for many hours a day. A failure to remain mentally and physically alert… Read More »
In what is seen as a major step forward for the safety of drivers and passengers, 20 major car manufacturers representing nearly all of the American vehicle market have agreed to make Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) systems standard on new vehicles. The manufacturers announced that the feature should come installed on nearly all models… Read More »
Mobile defective medical device & personal injury attorney J. Allan Brown reports on $72 million verdict for family of cancer victim caused by talcum powder.
Mobile personal injury attorney J. Allan Brown discusses $80 million verdict for woman injured by defective medical device hemorrhoid stapler.