A U.S. Whitewater Center in Charlotte, North Carolina has closed until officials can determine whether the water is safe for humans. The closure comes after a teenager visiting the center from Ohio died from a brain-eating amoeba found in the water. Officials tested the water after the incident and... Read Full Post
A Fairfax County woman was awarded $4.75 million in damages for the injuries and financial losses she suffered after a fireworks mishap. The woman was left with severe burns, a concussion and lacerations from exploding shrapnel. The 2010 fireworks accident was just one of dozens that happen every... Read Full Post
An overturned tractor trailer on the Lincoln Tunnel Helix recently caused major delays for commuters, but fortunately, no injuries were reported with the crash.
However, the driver was issued two summonses related to the crash, raising questions once again about the need to impose tighter... Read Full Post
Long awaited and much cherished, the arrival of summer is something most everyone welcomes with glee. Days of boots and heavy coats have finally given way to carefree living in shorts and sandals, and everyone seems ready to enjoy the outdoors.
While there is no doubt about the sense of freedom and... Read Full Post
As the weather heats up on the cusp of summer, people are preparing to hit the pools to cool off. A recent report, however, reminds parents and other caregivers that even a kiddie pool – an often overlooked danger – presents a drowning risk.
Dr. Nina Shapiro, who serves as director of pediatric... Read Full Post
The month of May was designated “National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month” by The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) as a way of reminding motorists to share the road safely with motorcycle riders. While the month is nearly over, the campaign’s message is one that will... Read Full Post
It has been a little more than one year since Amtrak 188 derailed in Philadelphia, killing eight passengers and injuring more than 180 others. Since that time, the victims and their family members have been waiting to hear whether the engineer was responsible for their heartbreak and they’ve... Read Full Post
The law firm of Eisbrouch Marsh is pleased to announce that Vince A. Sicari has joined the firm as Of Counsel. Mr. Sicari is a seasoned litigator who brings nearly two decades of experience in practice, from his start with a local law firm through a career as a solo practitioner handling a variety... Read Full Post
A year after initial implementation of a new series of workplace injury reporting rules, the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued a report outlining conclusions drawn from accumulated data, which may serve to boost employer-based safety initiatives and produce... Read Full Post
A train accident that took the lives of two railroad workers has been attributed at least in part to failure to follow standard safety regulations. The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) confirmed that safety standards were not followed at the time of the Amtrak crash.
Specifically, the... Read Full Post
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