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June 2013 Archives

Mental capacity no longer has to be proven in Alabama elder abuse

When most people think of elder abuse in Alabama, they associate it with substandard conditions in nursing homes. Many facilities operate on limited budgets making it difficult to dedicate as much time as they need to those trusted in their care. Bedsores and malnutrition are both indicators that that your loved one may be neglected. While nursing home neglect is a serious problem, it is not the only type of elder abuse that needs to be stopped. Employees at nursing homes as well as in-home caregivers often treat elders in an inhumane manner by physically or emotionally abusing them. Black eyes, bruises and broken bones explained as “repeated falls” are often signs of physical abuse.  Senior citizens are sometimes taken advantage of financially as well/

4 injured in Alabama car crash caused by distracted driving

In today’s fast-paced society, many people think that everything is urgent. They feel that they have to answer their cell phone, respond to a text message or even send an e-mail no matter where they are or what they are doing. When they are driving however, those things should be put on hold. Some might argue that it only takes a second to glance at a message or push the send button, but taking your eyes off the road for even a split second can cause an auto accident in Alabama that change the lives of those involved forever.

OSHA cites repeat offender in Alabama for safety violations

The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration--otherwise referred to as OSHA--is purposed with making sure that business comply with certain safety standards in various industries and create a safe work environment for their employees. Unfortunately, even after receiving citations and paying monetary fines, some companies still don't comply. Work-related negligence such as this can lead to illness or injury of employees. 

Crucial first steps after a slip and fall accident

If you sustain an injury after a slip and fall accident on unsafe property, it can be difficult to know what to do or where to turn. You may have bodily injury to contend with as you face mounting medical bills and perhaps find yourself unable to work. Fortunately, following a few important steps after the accident can help you prepare for recovery and help you seek any appropriate damages.


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