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What to Do When Your Child Gets Hurt on a School Bus

In the United States, approximately 25 million K-12 students ride the bus each way during the school week, according to the American School Bus Council. Statistically speaking, traveling by school…

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Common Work Injuries in Landscaping

With a high fatality rate, landscaping is one of the most dangerous jobs in the service sector. Landscaping workers install and maintain lawns, shrubs, plants and trees, often utilizing power…

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Summer Safety Tips: How to Prevent Personal Injury and DUI

Summer brings warmer weather, longer days and vacation time. Warm summer days encourage outdoor activities, events and parties like cookouts, fireworks and pool parties. However, such fun summer events run…

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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYERS ARE TWICE MORE LIKELY TO SUFFER A CONCUSSION THAN COLLEGE PLAYERS

Recent studies found that high school students are twice more likely to sustain a concussion than college players while playing football. The study, which was sponsored by the NFL and…

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I Slipped and Fell In The Store Because of a Wet Floor, and There Was No Proper Warning. Who Is Liable For My Injury From The Fall?

Of the different types of accidents and injuries that can happen, slips, trips, and falls are among the most frequent. Suffering a slip and fall accident in a public place…

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Social Media: The New Trend in Nursing Home Abuse

Deciding to place a loved elder into the care of a nursing home can be a difficult choice that involves many diverse considerations. From costs to location, there are things…

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