Personal Injuries

What You Can Expect From A Personal Injury Settlement

There is no cut-and-dried answer for how much you’ll get from a personal injury settlement — every case, after all, is different. That being said, there are certain aspects you can count on every time. In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss what you can expect from your settlement, such as what affects it or… read more

6 Signs There Is Nursing Home Abuse

When you spend time with your parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, or family friend at their nursing home, the last thing you want to find out is that they’re not being taken care of well. You trust the nursing home to care for your loved one and you visit as often as possible to show your… read more

There’s Been a Security Breach at Equifax, Should You Be Worried About Your Credit?

On July 29th, one of the three major credit reporting companies in the country discovered it had been hacked. Equifax claims the breach started at around mid-May and it claims that the personal information of around 143 million U.S. consumers may have been exposed. That’s almost half of the country! Has your personal data been… read more

Did Chipotle Lie About the Safety of Its Food? A Lawsuit Wants Answers

It’s been rough for Denver-based Chipotle Mexican Grill. The company has been rocked by food quality scandals over the past few years, and investors are not pleased. Will the company face ruin as more lawsuits start to pile up? Is Chipotle Lying about the Safety of Its Food? Right now, Chipotle is dealing with a… read more

Could You Clearly Understand Your Job Safety Training?

Safety training could be the difference in life and death depending on what occupation you are working in. There are many training requirements that employers legally must adhere to when it comes to safety. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) states that safety training must be given to employers in in a language and vocabulary… read more

Toys with Unsafe Levels of Lead Are Still Being Sold to Parents

Toy manufacturers do not always follow the rules set by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and toys can be released that contain high amounts of lead. When toys are sold that contain defects or other unsafe mechanisms, children can be permanently injured. According to the CPSC, all toys manufactured after August 14, 2011 are… read more