We all hope to have a decent job that pays the bills so that we can live comfortably. But sometimes, those jobs come with unexpected dangers. Even though we need to work to be able to pay bills, some jobs are not worth the danger that they put you in.
Most of us have broken a bone at some point in our lives. Some have broken or fractured more bones than others, but for the most part, it’s a common experience. Since it’s such a typical occurrence, we might not always take a broken bone as seriously as we should.
When you experience a high-impact break, many things can go wrong that make the break a more serious injury. While millions of people break a bone every year, around 300 of those cases are compound fractures, according to an article published on the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI).
A compound fracture, also known as an open fracture, is when the skin is punctured by the bone, exposing the wound to the outside air. This is when a broken bone becomes the most dangerous because there are risks for many complications. Whether you were injured in a car crash, while playing a sport, or in a slip and fall accident, you could use a lawyer for your case. Before we discuss legal action, let’s take a look at when a broken bone can be a more serious injury.
Before getting pregnant, you might think that pregnancy will be a breeze. But in reality, there are unfortunately so many things that could go wrong with the baby in those nine months. Even in the final trimester, there can be serious injuries to a baby, especially to their umbilical cord.
With a new year comes new laws. While it’s possible a number of laws pass every year that do not impact your day-to-day life, it’s important to stay on top of the decisions state legislators are making. You never know what laws could apply to you in the future. In West Virginia, there are a number of new law changes coming in 2020. Let’s take a look at the requirements regarding REAL IDs, charter schools, and changes to DUI conviction records.
Not only should you feel comfortable at your job, but you should be aware of what your employer legally can and can’t do. That’s where employment litigation comes in. Employment law covers many different facets of a workplace, including workers’ comp, discrimination, medical leave, benefits, wrongful termination, and much more.
Since the full history of employment law is long and hard to understand, we’ve made a condensed version of the most influential documents you should know about. Employers and employees alike should have an understanding of how employment litigation works so that each party knows the legal parameters in case the law is broken.
While many people may be familiar with nursing home abuse, they may not be as aware of elder abuse in assisted living communities. In an assisted living facility, senior citizens receive help with everyday tasks like maintaining hygiene, dressing, and eating. The main difference between assisted living and a nursing home is the level of medical care—nursing home residents often need 24/7 medical care.
Even though residents in an assisted living community may not require around the clock care like those in a nursing home, they still do need help. If they’re around staff members who don’t have their best interests at heart, the residents can be victims of elder abuse. Let’s take a look at the severity of this problem.
When manufacturers find a defect in an automobile, they will usually send out a letter to vehicle owners saying that they need to take it back to the dealership to have the defective part fixed. The defects aren’t always severe and could just be a small part that needs to be replaced in just a couple thousand vehicles.
Not all work environments are relaxing and accommodating. Sometimes, an employer can impart more stress onto their workers than is acceptable. At first, you might think that the expectations causing your stress are normal, but if it’s enough to affect your productivity and health, then it is considered unfair and unlawful. Thankfully, there is something you can do to stand up for yourself about excess stress and anxiety in the workplace.
Published on Nov 19, 2019 at 4:01 pm in Fun Stuff.
During the holidays, it’s typical to want to stay inside under a blanket and drinking hot chocolate by a fire rather than braving the cold outdoors. But that doesn’t always get you in the spirit of the season. If you need to get out of the house and start feeling festive, then don’t look any further because we’ve compiled this list of holiday events in Charleston that are sure to get you in the spirit!
I would recommend the services of Mr.Lonnie Simmons. Mr. Simmons made me feel at ease, and all of my questions and concerns were addressed in understandable terms. Mr.Simmons years of experience, and knowledge of the court system would be beneficial to everyone he represents.
03:32 22 Jun 17
I’m very pleased to have been represented by Lonnie Simmons in a very confrontational lawsuit. His reassuring and patient manner was a comfort even as we presented to the State Supreme Court. He won the case and my appreciation.
14:47 16 Feb 17
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