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Steps to Avoid Back Injuries at Work

We’ve all heard the caution against injury: “lift with your legs, not with your back!” This advice is helpful but a little too simple when lifting is a regular part of your work day. So what else should you know? It’s important to lift...

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What You Should Know about Choosing An Attorney

There are scores of car accident attorneys available, but quantity isn’t quality. How do you find the right lawyer for you and your case? It’s important to choose an attorney with a good reputation and who will best represent you. The Factors to Consider...

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I’ve Been Injured. What Should I Do Next?

If you’ve been injured and have medical bills, lost wages, and other damages, you probably have a lot of unanswered questions. As personal injury lawyers, we’re in the business of answering questions. Let’s see if we can cover a few of yours: Your Questions,...

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For Child Sexual Abuse Victims, It’s Never Too Late to Seek Help

Child sexual abuse is an area that concerns everyone, from parents and teachers to professionals in the medical and legal communities, and for good reason. The statistics are appalling. One in six children is a victim of sexual abuse, and 75% of them don’t tell...

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Tips to Protect Pedestrians

An accident is a terrible thing to be involved in. Apply these pedestrian pointers to help protect you and others from needing an accident attorney. 1. Take it slow. Excessive rushing can cost lives. The faster you drive, the more difficult it will be to...

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What Should I do after a Hit and Run?

Hit-and-run accidents happen every day — resulting in all kinds of repercussions. That’s why it’s a good idea to prepare to be a hit-and-run victim so you’re not caught off guard and unsure of what to do if it happens. Call for help No...

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Wilson Pelot: A Cautionary Tale of Knowing When and When Not to Sue

In January of 2014, Wilson Pelot and his dad were hiking in Silver Falls State Park when disaster struck. A railing marked with caution tape broke under 10-year-old Wilson’s weight, and he fell forty feet down a cliff. Spinal fractures and a broken wrist...

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What Should I Do After A Car Accident?

Car accidents of any kind can disrupt lives, and even the best and most cautious of drivers can be involved in one. The worst car accidents cause injury or death, resulting in weeks, months, or even years of piecing lives back together. Taking some time...

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Injured on the Job? Timely Reporting is Important

While walking through your office one morning, you suddenly find yourself lying on the floor. You gingerly rise to your feet, pick up your dropped files, and proceed on your way. Your back hurts and since you’re fairly confident you aren’t badly injured, you...

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What to Do After a Motorcycle Crash

If you’re the owner of a motorcycle, you know that close calls are a regular occurrence. Motorists are often preoccupied or just not taking the time to look out for motorcyclists. We hope you’re never in a serious accident, but the possibilities are real....

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