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January 2017 Archives

Don't suffer in silence when you could get workers' compensation

It is a fact that the most responsible and dedicated workers are often the ones who are called upon the shoulder the heaviest loads when on the job. This can be especially true for those who work in the construction industry and other fields that require a great deal of physical exertion.  But if you do work in a labor intensive environment, you are also very vulnerable to suffer an injury.

A Breakdown of the Premises Liability Law

Whenever people enter your property, they do not expect to get injured. This is regardless of whether their presence is permissible or not. You owe a duty of care to the victim in the event that the injury suffered resulted from a foreseeable risk. This means that you can be sued in the event that an intruder gets injured within your premises even if you do not own the property.

Who is responsible when you get in an accident in a borrowed car?

Even the safest of drivers can find themselves in an accident. Matters become complicated when the driver behind the wheel is not the actual owner of the car. In instances of borrowed car accidents, the owner may become a liability. The insurance status of the driver and whether the accident was the fault of the driver or not also comes into play.

What to do if a negligent driver hits your motorcycle

Motorcycle riders are more susceptible to injuries than other automobile drivers. This is because a person on a motorcycle is completely exposed, with the exception of the head. In case of an accident, motorcycle riders are the ones that may suffer the most. If you have been hurt in an accident while on a motorcycle, the first thing you need to do is seek medical attention. Even with a helmet, head injuries are very common in motorbike accidents.

A Breakdown of the Premises Liability Law

Whenever people enter your property, they do not expect to get injured regardless of whether their presence is permissible or not. You owe a duty of care to the victim in the event that the injury suffered by the victim resulted from a foreseeable risk. This means that you can be sued in the event that an intruder gets injured within your premises even if you do not own the property.

3 things to know about nursing home abuse

Helping your parent find a nursing home to move into is a challenging prospect. No adult child wants to think of parent as needing the help that would require moving into one of these facilities. Once you have vetted possibilities then decided on a place, you will probably come to terms with your decision.

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