Year: 2012


Heart attacks in both men and women account for hundreds of thousands of emergency room visits and deaths annually. A qualified and seasoned physician who knows the history of a particular patient can provide education on the signs and symptoms of a heart attack related to that individual, and any

According to OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, “Every day in America, 13 people go to work and never come home,” (excerpted from of a Workers Memorial Day speech April 26, 2012 by Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis.) Among the workers of whom Solis is referring are those in

Consider this narrative: An 82-year-old frail man using a cane for balance is standing on a deserted subway platform waiting for a train. A stranger suddenly emerges from the shadows, throws the elderly man violently to the concrete, gropes menacingly through his pockets and pulls out a wallet, then starts

The place where we most often seek refuge, our “safe” haven, is actually the place where we have the most risk for injury. You guessed it: Our home. Familiarity breeds carelessness in the form of falls on stairs and in dimly-lit hallways, burns from unsafe kitchen conditions, slips in bathtubs

American law is essentially rooted in fairness. Thus it permits an injured plaintiff to sue for personal injuries, and conversely gives a concomitant right to a defendant to defend a case brought against it. Based upon that common law premise, neither party can willfully destroy evidence that the non-violating party