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Slip & Fall

6 Risk Factors in Ladder-Related Injuries

Published on March 6, 2013 • Last updated January 4, 2023 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Fatal Accidents, Slip & Fall, Wrongful Death

For over 10,000 years, the ladder has been helping mankind attain to greater heights, both literally and figuratively.  Thanks to our runged servant, advanced construction, agriculture, and the retrieval of cats from trees have been made possible.  For the most part, they have served us well over the millennia.  However, although ladders are a safe…

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4 Common Premise Liability Scenarios

Published on March 5, 2013 • Last updated June 1, 2023 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Brain Injuries, Burn Injuries, Children & Accidents, Dog Bites & Attacks, Fatal Accidents, Pool Drowning Accidents, Slip & Fall, Wrongful Death

The 1989 comédie noire, The ’Burbs, sees Tom Hanks and Bruce Dern playing an idle vacationer and wired Vietnam veteran who are attempting to unravel the mystery of their creepy new neighbors, the Klopeks, both at the behest and in spite of the bumbling of a gauche fellow resident.  Together, the lunatic trio commences snooping around…

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3 Things You Should Expect after Filing a Workman’s Compensation Claim in Utah

Published on February 6, 2013 • Last updated January 4, 2023 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Accident Books, Slip & Fall

Hardworking employees throughout the U.S. often opt to take advantage of the workers’ compensation benefits available when they are injured on the job.  While it can be assumed that most employers want to do well by those working for them, it also makes sense that they will want evidence that the injury in question took…

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10 Commandments for Walking Surfaces

Published on January 11, 2013 • Last updated January 4, 2023 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Slip & Fall

  Falling down like the hero of an unnecessarily cruel nursery rhyme is a capital way to ruin a dramatic moment:  Elizabeth Taylor’s triumphal entry in the 1950 film, Father of the Bride would have lacked somewhat in grandeur if Spencer Tracy’s nightmare had come true, and he had lost his pants after stumbling on a rubber floor.  If…

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