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Blog Posts in March, 2013

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  • Tips to Minimize the Chance of Being Attacked and Bitten by a Dog
    Tips to Minimize the Chance of Being Attacked and Bitten by a Dog

    However, not every dog we or others encounter is going to be properly restrained, and people need to understand what to do in order to minimize the chance that they will be attacked and bitten by dogs ...

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  • Fall Injuries Affect Children More Than Any Other Age Group
    Fall Injuries Affect Children More Than Any Other Age Group

    When we think of injuries that are sustained when people slip and fall, we tend to think of older people who wind up in the hospital as a result of these incidents. However, given the high number of ...

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  • Slip and Fall Accidents in Nursing Homes - An Overlooked Problem
    Slip and Fall Accidents in Nursing Homes - An Overlooked Problem

    If you are like many people across the United States who has had to convince an older loved one to move into an assisted living center after a fall, you understand how difficult this conversation or ...

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  • Be Wary of Drunk Drivers in Las Vegas During Opening Weekend of NCAA Tournament
    Be Wary of Drunk Drivers in Las Vegas During Opening Weekend of NCAA Tournament

    There are certain times of year when people tend to flock to Las Vegas from all over the United States, and many of them occur in March. Spring break and St. Patrick's Day are occasions where many ...

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  • Premises Liability and Attractive Nuisance Law in Nevada
    Premises Liability and Attractive Nuisance Law in Nevada

    We all remember our days as children when we would get into mischief in one way or another on a relatively regular basis. We did this because we were looking to have some fun and partially because we ...

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  • For-Profit Nursing Home Care on the Rise in the United States
    For-Profit Nursing Home Care on the Rise in the United States

    Years ago, if you moved a loved one who had become ill or who had advanced in age into an assisted living facility, chances are the money that was paid for their care went to some sort of non-profit ...

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