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What You Should Do After a Crash
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Crowe & Mulvey, LLP state on their website that millions of people in the country are affected by vehicular accidents every year. In fact, according to the Association for Safe International Road Travel, every year, at least 37,000 people are killed while 2.35 million are injured or disabled in the United States following a car crash. While an automobile accident is one of the...

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Outsourcing for Small Business
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Outsourcing was once a practice only seen as possible for Fortune 500 companies. However, as the economy evolves, it is becoming a viable option for smaller companies as well. One of the most popular countries to outsource to is the Philippines, as they speak English and other languages and are accustomed to Western culture, according to Pinoy Partners Outsourcing Center, Inc. There are an...

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Slipping Hazards and Construction Work
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Construction worker accidents account for the largest number of workplace injuries when compared to other professions. Despite it being such an inherently dangerous job, the risks can become even worse when companies fail to take proper safety precautions. One of most common of these accidents on construction sites is slip and fall accidents. Often these accidents can be prevented by implementing proper safety measures....

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Types of Product Liability
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When we buy a product in the store, it is probably our last thought to check the product for defects and possibly dangerous aspects of the item. Unfortunately, this happens more often than many of us realize. Manufacturers can put inherently dangerous products on the shelf, easily accessible for consumers to purchase. According to the website of the Williams Kherkher law firm, products that...

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Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination
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Despite major advances in women’s rights, many can still find themselves suffering from harassment and discrimination at work. Women still struggle to be treated fairly in the workplace even in modern times, causing emotional trauma and even financial burdens if their gender leads to them being fired. Women are often the subject of workplace sexual harassment, ranging from sexually charged comments to individuals blatantly...

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