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Compensation you may be eligible for after a personal injury

Personal injuries range from mild to severe, but regardless of the severity can completely change your life and negatively affect your future. Some injuries leave you with life-changing problems that force you to adapt or completely rethink your life. Your might require lifelong (expensive) medical care, or be unable to work, causing you to lose years of income.

Elevators vs. Escalators: Which is more dangerous?

Many people have a fear of elevators - claustrophobia mixed with a fear of heights. A healthy fear of escalators might be more logical. More people are injured on escalators and moving walkways than elevators, despite the fact that elevators far outnumber them.

Don't let social media incriminate you in court

As ubiquitous as social media is these days, it's been known to get people in trouble for things they've said - comments and posts that are new or old. And if you're a plaintiff in a personal injury trial, you must know that everything you do and have done will be under scrutiny and can be used against you.

Are EMTs and other emergency responders immune from patient lawsuits?

Though they train for crisis situations, it is not fair to expect miracles or perfection from those who respond to 911 emergencies. They aren't doctors or rolling hospitals. They must make quick decisions under chaotic or even hostile circumstances.

MD Court: Adults Who Serve Booze To Minors May Face Civil Suits

According to an opinion recently issued by the Maryland Court of Appeals - the state's highest court - adults and parents who provide alcohol to underage kids can be held civilly liable is these same underage kids are injured or they hurt others.

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