Personal Injury

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Walk-In Freezer Death in Senior Facility Leads to Investigation, Potential Lawsuit
After a patient was found inside a walk-in freezer at a St. George, Utah senior facility and later died due to injuries sustained in the incident, the state put the assisted living facility on conditional license status and her son is planning to sue over the tragic situation. The walk-in...
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Brain Injury and Sports: How the NFL Has Changed When it Comes to TBI and Concussion Protocol
After the exciting 2024 Super Bowl game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs, another American football season has come to an end. But one thing that remains a topic of discussion year-round is how extremely physical sports can impact athletes many years after they’re off the...
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Arizona Supreme Court Changes Bar Exam Passing Score
The minimum passing score for admission to practice law in Arizona has been changed by the Arizona Supreme Court through an administrative order – from 273 to 270. The modification will apply to those who sat for the July 2023 administration of the bar examination and the Arizona bar exam...
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NHTSA Seeks To Recall 52 Million Airbag Inflators Over Rupture Risk
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is seeking to recall 52 million airbag inflators due to a risk of rupturing that could result in injury or death. In the United States, the inflators have already killed one person and injured seven others, the agency revealed. However, an airbag inflator recall...
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Nearly 85,000 Highchairs Recalled After Reports of Dozens of Falls
[caption id="attachment_13721" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Thousands of highchairs are included in a recent Boon Flair highchair recall alert.[/caption] Almost 85,000 highchairs have been recalled after two dozen reports of children falling from the chairs surfaced, raising alarm bells for the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. TOMY International Inc. is recalling...
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What to Do if a Wildfire Damages or Destroys Your Home
The devastating wildfires in Maui have resulted in over 100 deaths with very little of the search area surveyed as of August 15. Footage and testimonies from the Hawaiian island are difficult to take in for observers, but dealing with the aftermath is a whole different nightmare for those who...
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Boy Scout Boating Accident Ends in Tragedy
Boy Scout Boating Accident Ends in Tragedy
An accident on a New Hampshire lake unfortunately led to the death of a Boy Scout attending camp on July 7, 2023. The tragedy serves as a sad reminder that boating accidents can happen anywhere on the water in the summer, and even the calmest outings can turn dangerous or...
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Memorial Day Road Trip Safety Tips From Phillips Law Group
If you're taking a road trip for Memorial Day weekend, it's a good idea to keep these safety tips in mind. The first big holiday of the summer is upon us, and a long holiday weekend like Memorial Day weekend often leads to many families hitting the road for a...
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What To Do if Your Personal Injury Lawyer Sells Their Law Firm
Your attorney should always notify you if their law firm will be closing and let you know what your options are moving forward. If you have a personal injury case with a lawyer at a law firm, and your lawyer is suspended or decides to sell their law firm, you...
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Who’s Responsible for a Sewer Drain Backup?
Who is responsible for damages from a sewer backup? As some homeowners may have unfortunately learned the hard way, just like sink drain pipes in your house can become clogged with hair, soap buildup, and more, your main sewer drain line can also become clogged and lead to some disastrous...
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