Can I sue for Falling Merchandise from Store Shelves

Can I sue for Falling Merchandise from Store Shelves

Every year thousands of cases of falling merchandise from store shelves result in severe injuries to store patrons. Falling merchandise resulting in significant injury can take place in any type of store from big box retailers such as Home Depot, Wal-Mart, and Target, to shopping malls, supermarket grocery stores, and furniture stores such as IKEA. […]

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Can I Sue A Movie Theatre For A Slip and Fall Accident

Can I Sue A Movie Theatre For A Slip and Fall Accident

Slip and falls are a common occurrence in movie theatres across the country. Every years hundreds of individuals suffer severe injuries dues to slip trip and fall accidents in movies theatres ranging from broken bones, internal organ damage, to brain injury and spinal cord damage resulting in paralysis of the limbs. Under civil personal injury […]

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Can I Recover Lost Wages After a Car Accident

Can I Recover Lost Wages After a Car Accident

Often overlooked by victims of car accidents, and not accidentally insurance adjusters, are damages resulting from time missed from work.  The most important aspect of post-accident recovery is an individual’s health.  Therefore, a victims primary objective should be receiving the proper medical attention necessary to fully recover after the car accident, or at least getting […]

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Stage IV Bed Sore – Nursing Home Liability – Elder Abuse Lawsuit

Stage IV Bed Sore – Nursing Home Liability – Elder Abuse Lawsuit

Bedsores, otherwise known as pressure ulcers or decubitus ulcers are severe wounds resulting from continuous pressure on the skin. Immobile and elderly resident of nursing homes and long term residential care facility are particularity susceptible to developing bed sores. Pressure ulcers that go undetected and untreated can result in stage IV bed sores; the common […]

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