How To Prevent Toy-Related Injuries In Your Household

Posted on: 6 April 2018

Toys can be sources of joy for your kids, but they can also be hazardous if not properly used. As a parent, it is up to you to take precautions to ensure that your kids don't get injured by their toys. Here are some of the precautions for preventing toy-related injuries: Adhere To Age Restrictions Toys often come with age recommendations that state which ages can safely play with the toys.
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Accident Evidence: What You Need To Keep For Your Case

Posted on: 1 March 2018

Getting involved in an accident that resulted in your injury due to a negligent party will typically have a good chance if you decide to take your case to court. If you do this, you need to know the importance of physical evidence. The following are the different types of evidence you should know about and what you can do to ensure it is properly preserved: Physical Evidence for Your Case
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Why Pursue Motorcycle Accident Claim If You Weren't Wearing A Helmet?

Posted on: 24 January 2018

If you are involved in a motorcycle crash while not wearing a helmet, you may be apprehensive about pursuing damages for your accident. However, the lack of helmet doesn't automatically disqualify you from lodging a motorcycle claim, you can still get compensation for your damages if: The State Doesn't Have Mandatory Helmet Laws Some states have mandatory helmet laws that require all motorcycle riders to wear helmets whenever they are riding.
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Things You Need To Understand About "Slip And Fall" Accidents

Posted on: 19 December 2017

If you slip and fall in a business establishment or on someone else's property, you may have a reason to be compensated by the owner's insurance company. However, it is not guaranteed. There are specific criteria that need to be met for any claim to be approved. You will need to meet with an attorney experienced with this type of accident to help you through the process. Here are a few things you need to understand and be able to prove before you can expect to receive any compensation.
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