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Understaffed Nursing Homes – What Are the Dangers?

Apr 22 2019 in Nursing Home Abuse

Nursing homes exist to provide senior citizens with quality care during the later years of their lives. The reality is that many nursing homes are unable to do so because they simply do not have enough staff members to give each resident the individualized attention…

The Cost of Spinal Cord Injuries

Apr 18 2019 in Personal Injury

Spinal cord injuries are often the result of certain personal injury accidents. They are considered serious injuries, as they usually impair an individual’s ability to work and lead a fulfilling, enjoyable life. In addition, they leave victims with hefty medical bills that they may not…

Common Causes of Eye Injuries

Apr 11 2019 in Personal Injury

Research from the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) indicates that there are approximately 2.4 million eye injuries each year in the United States. This is quite alarming, as vision is essential to our well-being. Without it, it would be difficult – even impossible – for…

What Chicago Drivers Can Do to Make the Roads Safer

Apr 09 2019 in Auto Accidents

Safer roads start with you. If every driver is able to do their part when it comes to safe driving, Chicago roads can be safer all around. To understand how Chicago drivers can take the proper steps to make the roads more secure, continue reading…

How to Avoid Sharps Injuries at Work

Apr 04 2019 in Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation

Sharps injuries happen fast. One second, you’re capping a needle, and the next, you’ve been stuck with it. In high-pressure health care environments where the focus is on patient care, sharps injuries are not unusual. In fact, according to estimates from the Centers for Disease…

Fall Prevention at Home

Apr 02 2019 in Personal Injury

According to the National Council on Aging, over 75% of falls in older adults occur around the home. This is an alarming statistic, making it necessary to practice fall prevention at home. To learn how to make your home safer, continue reading the fall prevention…