If you snooze you lose. It is a harsh reality that people who are unaware of the time limits to file suit for a loss may lose all their rights to compensation forever.
In 2012 Claravale Farms was linked to 22 Campylobacter illnesses by CDPH.
Plaintiff went to the Petco store to drop off her daughter’s dog for a grooming appointment at the store’s grooming salon. As she was leaving the store, she turned around to go back to the counter and slipped on a wet area on the floor and fell, injuring herself. Her injuries from the fall resulted in a total hip replacement.
New Jersey Assemblywoman Introduces Concussion Bill to Keep Children Out of Class Until Doctor Approves
It is presently the standard of care to keep children who have sustained concussion/traumatic brain injuries off the field and not to return to play until they are cleared by a competent professional.
Clients who have been injured often express concern about their medical bills showing up on credit reports, harming prospects for major purchases, credit cards, employment and even security clearances in their work.
Elderly patients who have conditions such as dementia, Alzheimer’s disease or other mental disorders that cause confusion and memory loss have the tendency to wander aimlessly.
As previously reported at the consultation stage, Health Canada has completed its process of developing a Risk Assessment Framework (the Framework) prepared for the Consumer Product Safety Program (the Program).
With all the news in Sports, Celebrity deaths, veterans conditions, and others, it is proper that a month a year be devoted to Brain Injury Awareness.
Blue Bell Ice Cream of Brenham, Texas, is recalling three 3 oz. institutional/food service ice cream cups- chocolate, strawberry and vanilla with tab lids because they have the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems.
In a recent premises liability case, the Tennessee Court of Appeals overturned a trial court decision for plaintiff on the basis of lack of actual or constructive notice of a dangerous condition, a key element in any premises liability case.