Preventing Unintentional Poisonings

Preventing Unintentional Poisonings

Did you know 9 out of 10 poisonings occur within the household? Most of these happen in the kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. And, more than 60,000 young children end up in emergency rooms every year because they got into medicine.

Every year, the third week in March is dedicated to raising the awareness of poison prevention, highlighting the dangers and how to prevent unintentional poisonings.

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Tips When Testifying in a Personal Injury Case

Tips When Testifying in a Personal Injury Case

You may not be the person injured in a personal injury case; however, if you witnessed an accident happening or have seen the effects of an accident on a loved one’s day-to-day life, you may be called to testify as an “incident” or “lay” witness.

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Accident Reconstruction: What is it?

Accident Reconstruction: What is it?

At times, it may be necessary to bring in experts to assist in proving negligence in motor vehicle accidents. Accident reconstructions are one tool we can use to help determine liability.

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Proving Negligence in Accidents with SemiTrucks

Proving Negligence in Accidents with SemiTrucks

Accidents involving large commercial semitrucks are typically more complex than ones involving standard motor vehicles. It is not always proving that the truck driver was negligent; the fact is that negligence may extend to the trucking company and even third parties, such as those who loaded the truck.

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What is Positive Train Control?

What is Positive Train Control?

Most of us have probably heard the news about the devastating train crash in South Carolina in which two were killed and more than 100 were injured. As the NTSB investigates the crash, it has found that the signaling system was not operating at the time because CSX railroad (who operates the tracks) was preparing it for Positive Train Control.

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Burn Awareness

Burn Awareness

Burn awareness week, an initiative of the American Burn Association, is observed the first full week in February. This initiative helps educate the public about the frequency and causes of burn injuries as well as how to help prevent them.

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What happens when a hip replacement fails?

What happens when a hip replacement fails?

Hip replacement surgery is among the most common orthopedic procedures in the United States. Most devices are designed to last 20 years. But what happens when a hip replacement fails?

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Randy W. James, Lifetime Achievement, America’s Top 100 Attorneys®

Randy W. James, Lifetime Achievement, America’s Top 100 Attorneys®

The Nash & Franciskato Law Firm congratulates Randy W. James for his Lifetime Achievement selection among America’s Top 100 Attorneys®.

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Personal Injury 101: Types of Witnesses

Personal Injury 101: Types of Witnesses

When pursuing a personal injury claim after an accident, witnesses can help you prove your case and corroborate your claims, supporting elements of causation, liability and damages.

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Parking Lot Accidents

Parking Lot Accidents

Often, we assume that parking lots and parking garages are relatively safe places to drive. These do not seem to be the type of place where car accidents are likely to occur, so we let our guard down. However, according to the National Safety Council, on average, more than 50,000 crashes occur in parking lots and parking garages annually.

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