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Return to the Air, Return to the Road, Back to Hotels: Common Hotel Accidents Resulting in Injury

A considerable percentage of the U.S. population enjoys traveling. Additionally, historically there has been a significant segment of the working world that traveled for business. There was a significant pause and reduction in pleasure and business travel over the course of the past year. With the spring of 2021, an increase in travel is being seen. This trend is expected to continue as more people become vaccinated against COVID-19. With increased travel comes more and more people spending time in…

Warm Weather Brings Increase in Construction Accident Rate Across United States

As warner months become a reality across the United States, and as more Americans become vaccinated against COVID-19, construction projects of all types are expected to accelerate. As a consequence, a companion increase in the construction accident rate will occur as well. With that in mind, there is no better time than the present to consider some important construction accident statistics. Fatal Construction Accident Facts Statistics associated with fatal construction accidents in the United States are grim. 20 percent of…

Gender Reveal Explosion Accident Rocks Multiple New Hampshire Communities

Yet again, explosives at a gender reveal event have resulted in considerable destruction. In this instance, family and friends gathered for the announcement of a soon to be born child, an event with a focus on a highly explosive substance known as Tannerite. Someone associated with planning the “big” event purchased 80 pounds of Tannerite, which is available over the counter. When the Tannerite was detonated at the gender reveal, a significant explosion accident ensued that impacted homes and business…

Medical Malpractice, Medication Errors, and Your Legal Rights

April 24, 2021 was National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. This is a day set aside for people with unused prescriptions to return the leftovers to designed return centers, including certain pharmacies. With the focus on prescription medications and how to dispose of unused drugs, this represents a good moment in time to consider mistakes made in prescribing prescriptions in the first instance. Medication errors represent one of the major underlying causes of medical malpractice across the United States in…

California Authorities Permit Violent Sexual Predator to Job-Hop Between Nursing Homes

The California Department of Public Health, CDPH, utterly failed to protect vulnerable nursing home residents in the San Diego area. The CDPH is the state agency responsible for protecting nursing home residents from abuse, including sexual assault. Despite multiple reports of a certified nursing assistant committing sexual assault at San Diego nursing homes, the CDPH allowed the perpetrated of nursing home abuse to job-hop from one skilled care facility to another for years. Certified nursing assistant Matthew Fluckiger was reported…

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