Dog Bites and Personal Injury

In 2017 there were thirty-nine fatalities due to dog bites. Just like people, dogs have personal boundaries and can act aggressively or unpredictably when approached in a disrespectful manner. It’s important to protect yourself and your children from possible bites, and there are simple steps you can take that will help minimize the possibility of … Continue reading Dog Bites and Personal Injury

Firearm Fatalities

After medical- and automotive-related incidents, gun-related fatalities round out the top three causes of death in the US according to the Center for Disease Control. Gun use has become so prevalent in fact that in a 2012 article from Bloomberg, it was reported that “by 2015, firearm fatalities will probably exceed traffic fatalities for the … Continue reading Firearm Fatalities

Winter 2018 Newsletter

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Black Friday & Personal Injury

Black Friday is dangerous. And, as expected, quite a few people were injured while trying to take advantage of some shopping deals this year. It can be valuable to take a look at this year’s injuries, how they might have been avoided, and what lawsuits may follow. Here’s a rundown of 2017’s Black Friday injuries: … Continue reading Black Friday & Personal Injury

Tailgating The Right Way

This month marks the beginning of a new NFL football season. You can expect water-cooler talk about team rivalries, constant gossip about player injuries, and more drunk drivers on the road each Thursday and Sunday. Don’t think football season affects the road? Well, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that 43% of all traffic … Continue reading Tailgating The Right Way