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Common Types of Nursing Home Abuse

By Robert Ianelli | Nov 27, 2018

Nursing home abuse is a serious problem that many nursing home residents face. Being familiar with the common types of nursing home abuse can help to protect nursing home residents and prevent any form of abuse.

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Common Factors of Forklift Accidents

By Robert Ianelli | Nov 17, 2018

Forklifts are used for a variety of tasks. These machines are useful but they can also be dangerous. Forklift accidents are a common construction site accident. It can cause serious injuries or death. According to The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA),

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Proving Negligence in a Railroad Accident

By Robert Ianelli | Nov 15, 2018

Thousands of Americans are injured in railroad accidents every year due to derailments, chemical spills, and other disasters. Train companies are responsible for maintaining a certain standard of care

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Dangers of Cranes on Construction Sites

By Robert Ianelli | Nov 3, 2018

Cranes are common at construction sites. They are seen towering hundreds of feet in the air at construction sites. Cranes are massive pieces of equipment that can weigh several tons. When construction workers use such large machinery at such great heights, accidents are sure to happen.

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Leading Causes of Auto Accidents

By Robert Ianelli | Oct 17, 2018

Auto accidents are one of the leading causes of death in the United States. Even with all the advancements in vehicle safety technology, the number of people killed in auto accidents are continuously rising. According to The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles…

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Contributory and Comparative Negligence in An Accident

By Robert Ianelli | Oct 10, 2018

In a case of an accident, the party at fault in causing the accident typically pays for the damages that result from the accident. Some states follow the contributory negligence or comparative negligence law when more than one person causes an accident. It determines the extent of which each party is at fault and the amount each party pays for the injuries and damages.

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