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Be Proactive - What to do After a Personal Injury From Category: Injury Law

Be Proactive - What to do After a Personal Injury

Here at Schimmerling Injury Law, we understand that getting injured can really change the course of your life, especially if your injury is severe. It may not always be a first thought...to protect your legal rights - however following a few simple guidelines could save you time and stress ...

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5 Signs Your Loved One Might be the Victim of Nursing Home Neglect From Category: Injury Law

5 Signs Your Loved One Might be the Victim of Nursing Home Neglect

The decision to place someone you’ve loved your entire life into a nursing home brings about a myriad of feelings. You feel relief knowing that the person you love is going to be cared for around the clock. At the same time you may feel guilt knowing you ...

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Successive Accidents Multiply Injuries and Property Damage From Category: Injury Law

Successive Accidents Multiply Injuries and Property Damage

A Friday morning rush hour accident along Route 17 on Prospect Mountain provides a somber reminder of the dangers posed by a phenomenon called chain reaction accidents. As their name implies, such accidents involve either successive collisions in virtually the same location caused by one initial event or a single accident ...

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Construction Accident Victims Deserve Caring Advocates From Category: Injury Law

Construction Accident Victims Deserve Caring Advocates

Three New York men paid a heavy price last year when a construction site retaining wall collapsed on them. Two of the workers were seriously injured, while the elder of the three died as a result of these events.  At the time of the accident, the workers were constructing ...

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Construction Deaths Point to Persistent Worksite Safety Issues From Category: Injury Law

Construction Deaths Point to Persistent Worksite Safety Issues

While many survive construction site accidents, the reality is that a percentage of injured construction workers lose their lives on the job every year. When this occurs, families are often left without a parent and primary breadwinner. For such families, the consequences of a serious construction site accident can be ...

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