During the summer months, it is crucial to be aware of the signs of heatstroke, and to never leave your child in a hot car. Keeping a sharp eye on your little one is important too, considering children can climb into unlocked cars and become trapped inside.
Riding a Jet Ski on the lake or the beach may be an exciting summer pastime, however these personal watercrafts can be dangerous. They should be operated with the same amount of attention and care as when operating a boat.
Accidents and Fatalities
The most common vessel types involved in reported accidents were open motorboats, personal watercraft, and cabin motorboats. The vessel types with the hig...
It is imperative to put your child in the safest car seat available. While technology has advanced over the past few decades, there are instances where a manufacturer puts profits ahead of a child’s safety.
One particular manufacturer, Evenflo, is facing various lawsuits over its “Big Kid” booster seat – said to be safe for children who weigh as little as 30 pounds.
AP’s analysis of data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services found that nearly half of the more than 15,000 nursing homes have reported suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of June 7th 2020. Furthermore, 21% have reported deaths.
Delaware is known for its chicken industry, considering that Sussex County leads the country in the most chickens sold for food in the United States. However, the working conditions in poultry processing plants across the nation are less than desirable.
Regular hazards include serious injury by machinery and health concerns from excessive chemical exposure at these processing plants. For exa...
For nearly 50 years, we have helped our clients following injuries sustained in a car accident. Here are 5 things you should do in the aftermath of a crash:
1. Call the Police:
Police statements and documentation are important, but do not forget to document the accident scene – video, photographs, and statements. Unfortunately, there are cases where the defendant admitted fault at the scene...