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Were you injured on a construction job site?

Construction work can be a very hazardous job. Working with heavy equipment and machinery puts a construction worker at risk every minute on the job site. If you have sustained an injury at a job site, it is important for you to understand that you may be able to build a case to ask a court for damages for your injuries.

What you should know about anesthesia errors

One issue commonly swept under the rug involves anesthesia errors. They can happen at any time during surgical procedures, in-patient treatments and other parts of the care process. If you anticipate needing an operation or surgical procedure, you may want to second guess your decision. As frightening as the thought of becoming a victim of anesthesia errors may seem, you should not let it keep you from getting the medical care you need.

When truckers are distracted

Nowadays, distracted driving gets considerable media attention. Much of this focuses on the dangers of using the phone and texting and driving behind the wheel. There are numerous other distractions that earn far less attention in the media, however, and they distract today’s commercial truckers as well as regular motorists.

Medical device alarm systems can lead to fatal errors

Regardless of the medical issue that leads to a hospital stay, patients will probably have at least one device near the bed that sends alerts to the health-care providers who are monitoring them. While these electronic systems often have lifesaving functions, they could also compromise safety.

A quick guide to defective power tools and injuries

Power tools such as drills, saws and sanders are powerful pieces of equipment that can be dangerous if not handled properly. Manufacturers must design them properly. Otherwise, defects can lead to serious accidents. Power tools cause significant injuries when they are not made correctly. If you get injured by a defective power tool, you may be able to file a lawsuit. 

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