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Nursing Home Abuse in Paterson | Peter N. Davis & Associates

How to Find the Right Nursing Home in Paterson

Families with elderly relatives sometimes must make the decision to send their loved ones to a nursing home to best ensure their care. This is often difficult no matter who you are, and if you suspect possible nursing home abuse, it is important that you move swiftly. The following tips from the legal team at […]

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How to Avoid Dog Bites This Summer

It’s almost summertime—when you can enjoy the outdoors and relax.  It also means more dogs will be outside. You may be used to playing with your pets at home and expect all dogs to be as friendly as Goldie or Rover.  However, many dogs don’t enjoy attention from an unknown person.  Some are even afraid […]

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Nursing Home Abuse | Peter N. Davis & Associates LLC

How to Spot the Signs of Nursing Home Abuse

According to the CDC, or Center for Disease Control and Prevention, there are nearly two million senior citizens currently in the care of nursing homes in the United States. This number only stands to grow as people live longer and our population increases. As unfortunate as it may be, too many of these folks do […]

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How To Be An Alert Driver On The Road

How To Be An Alert Driver On The Road

On the morning of April 4, a man driving an SUV lost consciousness and crashed into a Jersey City charter school. The man appears to have had a seizure before losing consciousness. Because staying awake while driving is so essential for your safety as well as the safety of those around you, taking the proper […]

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Describing Common Slip, Trip and Fall Workplace Hazards

According to OSHA, 15% of all accidental deaths are caused by slips, trips, and falls. Only motor vehicle accidents cause more fatalities. The seriousness of a fall depends on a number of factors such as whether the person falls forward or backward, the height of the fall, the person’s age and health, how the person […]

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Our Attorney Defines the Legal Concept of Negligence

Persons do not think about accidental events, regularly, taking place.  This is to say persons are injured and property is damaged.  When a car accident occurs, one of the primary questions that comes to mind is:  Which party was at fault?  The legal concept of negligence, with respect to these particular type of accidental events, […]

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How to Avoid a Deer-Vehicle Collision

According to the Insurance Information Institute, 1.6 million deer-vehicle collisions take place in the United States every year, causing two hundred deaths, thousands of injuries, and more than $3.6 billion in vehicle damage. While most of these accidents occur October through December due to mating season, they can happen anytime of year. May and June […]

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Never Use Social Media After A Car Accident

These days most everyone posts something on social media whether it’s on Facebook, Twitter, or something of the like. But if you’ve been injured in a car accident, it’s best if you temporarily close your accounts until the claims process is complete. Here’s why: Insurance Companies Check All Social Media Accounts Insurance companies monitor accounts, […]

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Proper Precaution is Always Necessary with Equipment Safety

Proper Precaution is Always Necessary with Equipment Safety

Two workers were killed at a construction site on February 18 when a 10,000 pound generator fell. While one worker died at the scene, the second worker was transported to the hospital, where he was declared dead several hours later. Construction sites can be dangerous work locations if proper precautions are not taken. Fortunately, there […]

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According to Dictionary.com, an occupational disease is a disease caused by the conditions or hazards of a particular occupation.

Common Occupational Diseases That You Should Be Aware Of

According to Dictionary.com, an occupational disease is a disease caused by the conditions or hazards of a particular occupation. Some of the most common occupational diseases are: Respiratory Conditions  Respiratory issues are caused by chemicals, vapors, dust, fumes, and biological agents. These conditions include asbestos, farmers lung, occupational asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and tuberculosis. […]

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