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July 2018 Archives

Making a claim against a drunk driver

Getting into a car accident can be a horrific situation to be in regardless of the circumstances. However, if you then learn that the other driver involved in the accident was over the legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit, you are likely to feel angry and disgusted, knowing the damage that this person caused.

Did you trip over an electrical cord in a conference facility?

Does your employer require you to attend conferences, or do you go to trade shows? If you do, you will naturally expect the owners of the venue and the organizers of the event to ensure the safety of all the visitors and participants. The responsible parties at hotels and conference centers in Virginia should have a comprehensive knowledge of the laws that govern the hospitality industry.

Calculating the negligence of aquatic centers

If you or one of your loved ones is injured at an aquatic center or public swimming pool, you may have a reason to believe that the property owner could have prevented the accident from happening. Swimming pools have the potential to be very dangerous, both in and out of the water. Wet floors can present slipping hazards, and the depth of the water can create a risk of drowning and related injuries for those who are not strong swimmers. Other faults in the pool, such as suction devices in the pool system, can create additional dangers.