Blog Posts in December, 2017

12.29.2017
What You Need to Know About OSHA's "Fatal 4" Construction Accidents

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is responsible for keeping track of the health and safety of workers across the United States. When there is a serious injury or illness at a business, the owner must report it to OSHA, which ...

12.21.2017
Using the Jones Act in Your Case

The Jones Act is another way to refer to the Merchant Marine Act of 1920, which is a federal law allowing workers at sea to sue their employers for work injuries caused by negligence. If a vessel owner, company, shipmaster, or fellow crew member ...

12.13.2017
3 Things You Need to Know Before Talking to the Insurance Company

Many people understand calling insurance companies might be necessary after an accident. For example, when two cars collide, both drivers will call their own insurance companies to report the incident. In some cases, one driver might call an at-fault ...

12.05.2017
Drowning Accidents: Who Is Responsible?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, around 10 people die each day from unintentional drowning. Drowning is the 5 th leading cause of unintentional injury death in the country. While some drowning accidents are no one’s ...