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Common Signs of Child Abuse in School

You send your kids to school and expect them to be reasonably safe from harm. Most people believe that schools are designed with safety in mind, but unfortunately, bad things can happen in places where you least expect them. Still, you think, “There’s no way anything will ever happen to my child. That stuff only […]

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Pedestrian-Vehicle Accidents: The New Public Health Crisis?

More pedestrians than ever are dying in traffic accidents across the United States. According to a report from the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), although there has been an overall decline in traffic-related fatalities throughout the country, the death toll for pedestrians has risen sharply during the past decade. The GHSA report indicates that, while other […]

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How Insurers Can Damage Your Motorcycle Accident Claim

Insurance companies are always going on about how they’re on your side—there to protect you whenever you need them—but are they really? Are insurance companies the motorcyclist’s BFF? Not usually. When you get down to it, insurance companies are businesses. Most businesses, unless they’re nonprofit, are in it for one thing: profit. They want to […]

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Holding a Manufacturer Accountable for a Defective Product Injury

Manufacturers create the products that we use on a daily basis. We appreciate the important work they do, but we also expect them to take their job seriously. Products can harm people if they aren’t made well, properly labeled, or marketed to the wrong age group. Negligent manufacturers must be held accountable when their products […]

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Can I Sue Someone for Intentional Injuries?

It’s possible to be injured by another person under a variety of circumstances. Sometimes, people don’t intend to cause you injury, such as in the case of an auto wreck. Even if they didn’t intend to harm you, they can still be held accountable for your losses. But what about when someone intentionally hurts you? […]

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