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  • Can the Family of a Construction Worker File a Wrongful Death Claim?
    Can the Family of a Construction Worker File a Wrongful Death Claim?

    Based on Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates , about 1,000 construction workers lose their lives each year due to a fatal construction accident . To put that number into ...

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  • Incorrect Amputation: A Medical Malpractice “Never Event”
    Incorrect Amputation: A Medical Malpractice “Never Event”

    Medical malpractice is harm caused to a patient due to a medical care professional’s mistake. Certain forms of medical malpractice are so egregious, unreasonable, and unforgivable, they are called ...

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  • Spinal Cord Injury Treatments Can Build to Expensive Costs
    Spinal Cord Injury Treatments Can Build to Expensive Costs

    Spinal cord injuries are currently irreversible in most cases. Any harm caused to the sensitive spinal nerve is usually permanent since the nerves regenerate at such a slow rate. However, there are ...

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  • Examples of Adequate Security
    Examples of Adequate Security

    Negligent security is a big concern for Atlanta residents. People are hurt every day because property owners fail to provide adequate security that could thwart a violent crime. That raises an ...

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  • Evidence That Your Brain Injury Contributed to Your PTSD
    Evidence That Your Brain Injury Contributed to Your PTSD

    A traumatic brain injury ( TBI ) can manifest in many ways, sometimes in ways that are completely unpredictable. According to Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) research , it might even be possible ...

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  • Premises Liability and Negligent Security: What’s the Difference?
    Premises Liability and Negligent Security: What’s the Difference?

    On the surface, premises liability and negligent security seem like the same thing. Both allow victims to sue property owners for crimes that took place on their premises. However, looking into the ...

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