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  • Fall while serving warrant results in Sheriff’s deputy head injury

    November 22, 2017

    Serving a person a warrant is not as easy as it looks in popular television or movies. A bench warrant, which is a written order by a judge that authorizes the arrest of someone charged with some crime, contempt or misdemeanor, takes a bit more effort than just ringing the doorbell or knocking on someone’s […]

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  • Drunk Driving Leads to 3 Deaths

    October 25, 2017

    In Pennsylvania in the late months of July, a car crash in Bethel Park, the lives of three women were taken, and one woman was left injured and in critical condition. One of the women posted a video of herself drinking a lot of alcohol, right before she left to go drive with her friends. […]

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  • Amusement Ride Accident Leaves One Dead and Seven Injured

    October 18, 2017

    It was the Ohio State Fair’s opening night on July 26th, when one of its main attractions crashed around 7:20 pm. During the start of a ride called “Fire Ball” there was a sudden and deadly malfunction which caused an entire group of people to be thrown off the ride. One passenger, who was only […]

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  • Learn More About Escalator Accidents

    October 11, 2017

    Likely one of the last places you would expect to be injured is on an escalator, but surprisingly enough, there are a decent amount of injuries that occur on escalators every year. That being said, if using the escalator properly, the chance of injury is actually very slim. So how exactly does an accident happen […]

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  • Top 3 Causes of Traumatic Brain Injuries

    October 06, 2017

    Considered to be one of the most dangerous types of injuries, brain injuries are unfortunately becoming more common today. Between the physicality of sports, and the increasing amount of car accidents occurring, the number of annual brain injuries is certainly on a rise.  Here are the top 3 causes of traumatic brain injuries: Falls Certainly, […]

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  • Getting In A Car Accident With an Uninsured Motorist

    September 27, 2017

    After most car accidents in Pennsylvania, drivers talk to one another and swap car insurance information, then file claims with their own insurance or with one another’s auto insurers. Pennsylvania is one of many states that require minimum car insurance coverage for precisely this reason: so that compensation is available for most crashes, even when […]

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  • The Dangers of Whiplash After a Car Accident

    September 22, 2017

    “Whiplash” is the more commonly-known name for a neck sprain caused by the head whipping forward and backward forcefully. The forces involved in a car accident can easily cause whiplash, which is one reason the injury is commonly linked to car crashes. Whiplash is particularly dangerous because the symptoms of the damage may take 24 […]

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  • Speeding May Have Played a Role in Fatal Squirrel Hill Tunnel Crash

    September 18, 2017

    A 27-year-old man was killed recently when his vehicle crossed into oncoming traffic outside the Squirrel Hill Tunnel, according to an article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Now, investigators believe that speeding may have played a role in the car accident—and that if so, the speeding was consistent with the driver’s history of speeding and reckless […]

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  • Family of Patient Who Refused Blood Transfusion on Religious Grounds May Not Pursue Medical Malpractice Claim, Says Court

    September 14, 2017

    A unanimous three-judge panel of the Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled that the family of a patient who repeatedly refused blood transfusions on religious grounds may not pursue a medical malpractice claim related to the patient’s death, according to a recent article in the Legal Intelligencer. The patient involved in the case was hospitalized with […]

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  • Industry Safety Standards for Pipe Systems Containing Toxic Gas

    September 04, 2017

    There are several critical safety processes and industry safety standards that must be followed to ensure worker safety when workers open pipe systems that contain toxic or flammable gas. Generally, they are referred to as “Lock Out- Tag Out” (LOTO) procedures and Isolation, Purging and Blanking procedures. Before “breaking” open a pipe or line (“breaking” […]

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