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  • Which is More Dangerous to Seniors: Excessive Heat or Excessive Cold?

    If you’ve ever wondered which is more uncomfortable – excessive heat or excessive cold –  you probably came to your own conclusions based on your personal preferences. But when it comes to which is more dangerous, and especially for vulnerable seniors, the question takes on a much more serious tone and is a bit more challenging to answer, especially if you’re concerned about a relative…

  • Why are Trampolines Considered so Dangerous?

    If you’re not sure about the popularity of home trampolines, take a ride through any suburban neighborhood and peek into the backyards — you’re sure to see a dozen or more within fifteen minutes. Trampolines are a fun way for kids to get some exercise and fresh air, and at first glance the new models with their high nets and padding seem like a safe…

  • Determining Liability in a Comparative Negligence Case

    When a person has suffered an injury as a result of another person or entity’s actions, they are entitled to file a personal injury lawsuit seeking compensation for the damages that they have suffered, but not every case is straightforward in terms of who is at fault. At first glance, a supermarket may be considered negligent if it failed to keep its floors dry after…

  • Are Bed Sores Always a Sign of Nursing Home Negligence?

    Bed sores are also known as pressure ulcers. They happen when the skin and the tissue underneath the skin break down as a result of pressure that comes from lying in the same position for a prolonged period of time. Pressure ulcers are a risk factor for anybody whose mobility is limited, including those who are restricted to wheelchairs and those who spend most of…

  • A Brief History of Motorcycle Safety Laws

    Riding a motorcycle offers a tremendous feeling of freedom, but there are also inherent dangers involved in riding in such an exposed way. Motorcycle crashes are much more likely without the benefit of bumpers or the protections afforded while riding in a car or truck. Motorcycle safety laws have changed over the years. For example, in 1975 helmet use was required in almost every state…

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