FL v. Curtis Reeves Trial Day 6 – Bruice Koenig – Forensic Video Specialist




What Are the Rights of Victims Infected With STDs?

Recent data released by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) shows that there has been a significant rise in sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) over the last decade. The largest rise in infections is among those who are 65 and older, a group of people that were thought to be the safest.

Exposure to Mesothelioma and Its Consequences

Asbestos is a heat resistant and corrosion resistant fibrous mineral used for fireproofing and insulation. This mineral is naturally occurring and was once heavily used in building materials and automotive parts. For decades, asbestos was used without regard in several major industries and no precautions were taken to limit exposure. Asbestos is now a known carcinogen which can cause disability or death to exposed humans. Up until the 1970s, not much was known about the risks of asbestos and it still took many years for industry regulations to come about limiting the exposure of asbestos to workers. The use of asbestos is now highly regulated by OSHA and the EPA but many people were exposed before the problem was controlled.

Safe Driving Near Construction Zones: What to Look Out for!

The easiest way to prevent an automobile accident is to be constantly aware of your surroundings. There are so many distractions to motorists that many car accidents are the result of simple inattentiveness, whether it’s allowing your mind to wander while you sing along with the radio or whether you are sending a text when you should be keeping your eyes on the road. One of the areas where paying attention is necessary to prevent accidents is in construction zones. It’s not just the hazards you need to watch out for; it’s the construction workers who need to stand out on the street. Here are some things to look out for if you want to be a safe driver near construction zones.

5 Keys To A Successful Personal Injury Claim On An Oil Rigger

Work-related injuries and deaths are relatively commonplace in the oil and gas industry. According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Statistics, 120 workers in the oil and gas industry suffered fatal injuries in 2008. Only 18 of these fatalities were attributed to explosions and fires. In 2007, 4,200 people were injured on oil and gas rigs. Most of these injuries had more mundane causes; 32.5 percent of injuries around oil and gas wells occurred when objects struck someone; while 21.2 percent of injuries involved the victim getting caught in equipment.

Choosing The Best Attorney For Your Personal Injury Case

Personal injury cases are one of the most emotional cases a person can be involved in. Damage done to body and mind tend to cause emotions to run high and the mind to be relatively irrational. That is why you need a lawyer that can turn the ordeal into a less stressful and less intimidating one. Here are some tips to make the selection process easier for you.

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