If a Child Catches COVID-19 at School, Who Is Legally Responsible?
As our society attempts to eliminate the pandemic forever, many of us are going to start thinking much more critically when we (or a loved one) catches COVID-19 in public spaces or at work. And let’s be honest: The soaring costs of health care often make liability policies absolutely necessary to receive the proper treatment needed to overcome the illnesses and injuries we suffer from other people’s negligence. So, as you navigate ... CONTINUE READING
Ice, Ice, Lawsuit
Sometimes, there is such a thing as “too much ice.” You’re sipping your cold beverage when suddenly, it’s gone far quicker than you expected. All you’re left with is a cup full of ice. It’s disappointing, for sure, but is it so disappointing that you would want to file a lawsuit against the company that supplied the beverage? ... CONTINUE READING
Why Veterans Day and the Number 11 Go Hand in Hand
Veterans Day comes every Nov. 11. It’s a national holiday that recognizes veterans who served in the United States Armed Forces and honors those both living and deceased. Historically, the day marks Armistice Day and the end of the Great War: World War I. But what is the significance of ... CONTINUE READING