What Pedestrians Must Do When Hit by a Car

Suppose you are a pedestrian  and as you walk to your car at the local shopping mall parking lot, someone backs out of a parking slot and strikes you. This is a rather common occurrence judging by the number of calls we get each week. It is also rather common in these pedestrian and car accident situations […]

Construction Site Safety and Trench-Related Injuries

Joe gets hired to do construction work for an excavation contractor. He doesn’t know what all the work entails exactly, but he is excited to have a job. He says good bye to his family and tucks his lunch pail on the seat next to his coffee thermos and heads to his first day on […]

Rotator Cuff Tear Can Result from a Car Crash

Can a rotator cuff tear happen during a car crash? Yes, such an injury can restrict shoulder motion and cause pain. The shoulder joint is made up of muscles and tendons surrounding the bones of the shoulder joint. Interaction between the muscles and tendons permit a wide range of motion. A rotator cuff tear generally […]

Injured At The Museum: Who’s At Fault?

A few weeks ago in Overland Park Kansas, a 5-year-old boy while at the museum with his mom, accidently toppled an art piece. The video released by the museum was shared out on social media and made the mom out to be a bad parent not paying attention to what her child was doing. Well, […]

Are House Renting Services A Safe Alternative?

Recently I wrote a blog article about injuries sustained while staying at hotels. I talked about the many types of injuries that might occur while lodging at these establishments. Such as unsafe parking lots, unmarked curbs, potholes and even poorly lit hallways inside the buildings. I even shared how people staying at these places could […]