Have you have ever had your vehicle squeezed between two semis or experienced an 18-wheeler breathing down your neck? At 70 miles per hour? Well, then you probably understand the anxiety and vulnerability most drivers feel when sharing the road with these massive vehicles.Read more
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What Is a Functional Capacity Evaluation?
If you have filed a workers’ compensation claim, your doctor may order a Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) as part of your assessment. Although this evaluation may sound intimidating, understanding what it is and what it entails can help you approach it without anxiety.Read more
Personal Injury vs. Workers’ Comp: What’s the Difference?
Personal injury lawsuits and workers’ compensation claims are sometimes confused, but there are key differences between the two. If you have been injured on the job, it’s important to speak to an attorney right away. There are strict time limits that apply to your workers’ compensation claim.Read more
Help for Dog Bite Victims
Dogs have long been known as “man’s best friend.” Although most dogs live up to that motto, it’s important to remember that canines are animals. Like any animal, they are capable of hurting people. Even the most lovable family pet can lash out when scared or frightened. In other cases, a dog attacks for no […]Read more
Distracted Driving: Is Hands-Free Enough?
Most people are now aware that distracted driving, such as texting behind the wheel, is an increasingly prevalent danger on the roads. In response, many manufacturers and auto makers have developed hands-free devices that purport to decrease distractions in the driver’s seat. Despite their claims of enhanced safety, however, statistics show that hands-free technology doesn’t […]Read more
Johnson & Johnson Must Pay $2.5 Million in Risperdal Case
A federal judge has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $2.5 million for failing to warn of a link between gynecomastia and the drug Risperdal. The lawsuit involved the family of an autistic boy who took Risperdal and later developed large amounts of breast tissue. According to a Wall Street Journal report, Johnson & Johnson […]Read more