Nursing home abuse cases have become far too common. According to a government study, 85 percent of nursing homes reported some sort of abuse. With the elderly population growing, the potential exists for these numbers to grow.
Even after thorough vetting, the decision to trust certain elder-care “professionals” can turn into a nightmare for our loved ones and a life of regret for the decision-makers, as in most cases, the ones we seek care for cared for us first.
A CNN report from May 2016 based on a Johns Hopkins study suggests up to 251,454 deaths annually may be attributed to medical error, making it the third highest killer in the U.S., behind only heart disease and cancer.
There are two basic types of birth injuries – injuries to the brain and to the body. If a birth injury is the result of negligent actions on the part of someone else, the parents can seek compensation for their family.
If you or someone you love has been the victim of an accident, misconduct or negligence — in an auto collision, while on the job, crossing the street, in a hospital or nursing home, or in any number of situations — our attorneys help you gain full and fair compensation for your losses.
It is always a tragedy when a loved one dies. These accidents are unfortunately all too common. In 2014, 246 people died in alcohol-related crashes in Arizona. Across the country, 4,836 workers died on the job in 2015 alone. In almost all cases, these were accidents that could have been avoided.
Few places are more popular for motorcycles than Arizona. But despite the fun and freedom they offer, motorcycles can also be dangerous. Motorcycles have little to protect its rider, and motorcycle accidents often result in more serious injuries.
Statistics show that more than 2 million trucks operate in the United States each year and are involved in 500,000 accidents, resulting in roughly 5,000 fatalities. An accident with a big truck can be daunting.