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5 things to do if you slip and fall in a store

When you go shopping at a store, you expect to be safe. Unfortunately, not every retail establishment is free of hazards. Certain conditions and circumstances may lead you to slip and fall. According to the National Safety Council, approximately 9.2 million individuals received emergency room treatment for fall injuries in 2016

Do some motorcycle helmets offer more safety than others?

You know that wearing a motorcycle helmet helps you avoid a head injury in a crash; it's common sense, and it's backed up by countless studies. What you want to know, though, is if there is a specific type of helmet that helps the most. Or are you relatively in the same position no matter what you buy?

The impact of a spinal cord injury at various levels

If you get into a car accident and suffer a spinal cord injury, it could change the rest of your life. There is a chance, unfortunately, that the injury will never fully heal. This is one of the most serious injuries you can endure, and you need to be ready for what that means in your life.

Why should you review your estate plan?

Do not make the mistake of assuming that your estate plan will stand forever just because you finally got it down on paper. This is not a one-time event. It's important to periodically review your plan and make alterations to ensure that it still fits with what you need it to do.

Establishing liability after a slip-and-fall injury

Property managers in Arizona have a duty to their guests to maintain safe premises and remove any known dangers. Property owners should also post signs if a danger is present so that guests can avoid getting hurt by it. When a property owner fails to fulfill this duty to his or her property visitors, resulting injuries could give rise to a premises liability claim.

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