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Why Are Helicopter Accidents Almost Always Fatal?

Tragically, helicopter accidents are almost always fatal. This article will present the Shaked Law Firm's most important information on helicopter accidents.

Helicopter accidents are almost always fatal. It's a rule of thumb that the smaller the vessel, the more likely it is that an accident occurs. Mechanics of small vessels such as helicopters are not meant for traveling long distances. This is due to the risk of failure that increases the longer the craft is in the air. In air travel, helicopters in particular have one of the highest rates of fatal mechanical failure....

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Why do Spinal Cord Injuries Require an Experienced Lawyer?

This Shaked Law Resource article covers Spinal Cord Injuries. Throughout, we’ll explore information that victim's may miss post accident.

This Shaked Law Resource article covers Spinal Cord Injuries. Throughout, we’ll explore information that victim's may miss post accident. This informative article can help those who sustain a Spinal Cord Injury determine the best course of legal action. Furthermore, this article touches on what to expect when it comes to the compensation that may be available post neck and spine injury....

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What Are Negligent Security Accidents With Injuries?

What Are Negligent Security Accidents With Injuries?

Negligent security accidents can happen to anyone. No one is immune to the dangerous mistake businesses are liable for. It's important that businesses ensure the health and safety of employees. When an employee travels to a location to perform their duties, they must be aware of the area's crime rate. Accidental shootings, stab wounds, and assaults happen when one cannot properly protect themselves. These are instances in which an employee is not aware of the crime occurring at the location they're performing their job. Business owners must put the safety of customers and employees first. It may cost more, but in...

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