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What To Do After a Dog Bite More Common Than You Think Over 800,000 Americans require medical attention for a dog bite each year. Dog owners are liable for damages caused by their pets, with the fo... read more >>
Assigning Fault in a Pedestrian Car Accident There are generally three parties who may be at responsible for a pedestrian car accident: the driver of the automobile, the pedestrian, and municipalit... read more >>
Early fall is a beautiful and exciting time as the weather cools off, the leaves change their colors, and the holiday festivities begin. Venturing out to the pumpkin patch or apple orchard to pick ... read more >>
On October 31, children all over the country will set out on their trick-or-treating adventures wearing costumes and toting bags that will hopefully be bursting with treats by the end of the evenin... read more >>
Fall is an exciting time for sports fans. However, as personal injury firm Corradino & Papa advises, the risk of personal injury at a sporting game is significant. Understand your risk so you c... read more >>
A Sporting Chance Injury to a spectator at a professional sporting event is not all that uncommon. For some injuries, the legal doctrine of “assumption of risk” kicks in. For instance, anyone atten... read more >>
Child Injuries and School Liability According to a North Carolina Department of Insurance study, over 3.5 million child injuries occur on school grounds or during school-related activities each yea... read more >>
Play It Safe with a Post-Accident Medical Checkup It’s not just significant, violent auto collisions that lead to injuries to drivers and passengers. Seemingly minor fender-benders can cause substa... read more >>
Two Key Contributors to Nursing Home Falls Falls are an ongoing, serious problem in our nation’s nursing homes. Residents tend to be older and frailer than senior citizens living in the general com... read more >>
Don’t Drink and Drive or Operate a Drone Drones (a.k.a. uncrewed aerial vehicles) are becoming increasingly popular. They are flown recreationally; hobbyists use them for aerial photography; ... read more >>