November 2012

Construction Injuries Workers' Compensation vs. Personal Injury Claim

If you have been injured while working at a construction site, you maybe be wondering whether it is in your best interest to file a workers' compensation claim, personal injury lawsuit, or both. The circumstances that lead to a construction accident injury, along with the documentation and other evidence involved in the case, will help determine the best course of action for workers injured on the job.

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Burn Injury Lawsuits

Burn injuries can be extremely serious, requiring major medial treatment and rehabilitative services. It's for that reason that people who have suffered burn injuries need to seek justice. Our New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey personal injury attorneys have the integrity and the tenacity to ensure that you receive just compensation following your injuries.

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NFL Head Trauma Litigation - Types of Injuries

One might think that the National Football League (NFL) would do everything within its power to protect the players who have made football Americas most popular sport. After all, these players are among the hardest-working, highest-profile athletes in the nation, watched by millions of fans over the course of the football season. Football is a contact sport and is therefore inherently dangerous; however, measures can and should be taken to help protect players from severe head injuries - measures that, many believe, the NFL has failed to take.

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Generators and Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Through years of handling cases involving carbon monoxide poisoning we have learned of the extreme importance of exercising care in the use of gas or diesel fired generators. The use of generators peaks after large storms such as the one that we have just experienced. Unfortunately the number of carbon monoxide poisoning deaths also peaks with the increase in generator use.

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