Rhode Island Personal Injury Blog

What Should You do After a Personal Injury

2018-11-15T22:25:52-05:00May 7th, 2018|

A personal injury is a traumatic and stressful event. And although it's the right move, taking legal action to get justice can add to your stress. Knowing how to handle the situation can make all the difference in the world. So, to help you take the right steps, here are a few things you should [...]

Chances Are You’ve Already Received A Wrongful Diagnosis

2018-11-15T22:36:06-05:00March 7th, 2018|

What is a Wrongful Diagnosis? A wrongful diagnosis is a form of medical malpractice. A wrongful diagnosis occurs when a doctor fails to diagnose a medical condition correctly and promptly. Patients rely on doctors to discover medical problems. Patients also depend on doctors to direct them to the correct treatments for those medical problems. When [...]

7 Nursing Home Red Flags to Watch Out For

2019-05-21T13:03:22-04:00February 7th, 2018|

Finding the perfect Nursing home or care center for your loved ones is a tough task. It can take a tremendous amount of time, searching, heartache, and stress. It is a known fact that nursing homes have a history of mistreating the patients that live in them. For anyone in the search for their loved [...]

Rhode Island Fireworks Laws and Your 2017 Fourth of July

2019-01-29T19:59:56-05:00June 14th, 2017|

Independence Day is Coming Fourth of July is coming up, and that means fireworks are coming with it. The national anthem describes one heck of a fireworks display. Bombs are bursting in the air; rockets leave a red glare. You know the rest of the song. As the story goes, the author of the "Star-Spangled [...]

Construction Site Accidents: 9 Most Common Ways To Get Hurt On The Job

2019-01-29T20:47:03-05:00April 14th, 2017|

Construction Site Accidents: How Common Are They? Construction is a high-stakes gig. Even though safety and prevention measures are better than ever, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reports that in 2015, 937 fatalities occurred in the construction sector. That's 21.4% of the country's workplace fatalities. On top of that, a greater number of workers [...]

How Do I Find MA Car Accident Lawyers I Can Trust?

2017-01-24T21:42:49-05:00January 20th, 2017|

Being in a car accident is never easy, but being injured in a car accident is even worse. Injuries from a car accident can result in lost wages, loss of quality of life, and even loss of your job. With so much on the line it's imperative, you find an MA car accident lawyers that [...]

How to Sue for a Dog Bite in Rhode Island

2020-09-13T07:31:53-04:00January 17th, 2017|

What is the process on how to sue for a dog bite in Rhode Island? Even the best-trained dogs can go a little crazy, and without warning, Fido can become Cujo. If you’ve been the victim of a dog bite, and would like to know how to sue for a dog bite in Rhode Island, [...]

How A Rhode Island Dog Bite Lawyer Can Help You!

2019-01-29T20:10:42-05:00November 22nd, 2016|

What  Rhode Island Dog Bite Lawyer can do for You If you have recently been bitten by a dog you may be tempted to let your injuries heal and put the incident behind you. But no matter how major or minor the injuries you suffered are, it is worth the effort to seek out a Rhode [...]

Super Bowl Sunday Leads to Increased Accidents

2019-01-29T20:01:03-05:00February 3rd, 2015|

According to a recent article published by Forbes, Super Bowl Sunday is noted as one of America's most drunken days of the year. The big game is indeed a cause for celebration, but too much partying can lead to tragedy. Super Bowl Sunday is also reportedly a huge influx in car accidents and personal injuries. [...]

Keurig Recalls Mini Brewing Systems

2019-01-29T19:58:27-05:00January 6th, 2015|

Coffee lovers across America took note as one of the nation's largest coffee maker distributors recalled a recently added model to its line-up. Keurig, best known for its wide range of tasty blends for coffee, tea, lattes and more, had to recall its Mini Plus Brewing Systems due to a risky burn hazard. According to [...]

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