Environmental hazards such as mold, asbestos, radon, or lead paint can have devastating effects on a person’s health and must be addressed immediately when discovered. A person living or working around an environmental hazard can sustain serious or even fatal injuries. Specifically, the mold is commonly found in damp dark areas and is a fungus that releases spores into the air. Those with preexisting conditions that affect the respiratory system or have a weakened immune system are at a higher risk of developing significant medical problems when exposed to mold spores.… Read the rest
Summertime is here, and families have begun to enjoy boating and water sports. However, it is important to keep in mind that these activities can sometimes lead to deadly accidents. Commonly, inexperienced, intoxicated, or reckless boaters can cause accidents that may lead to a boat capsizing or tipping over resulting in the death of a passenger. If you or someone you loved has been injured or killed in a boating accident as a result of someone else’s negligence, contact an experienced personal injury attorney that can fight for the compensation you deserve.… Read the rest
Everyone loves BBQ! BBQ and smoked meat have become a summer staple in many households across the nation. However, this seemingly easy method of cooking can sometimes lead to a tragic event. Unfortunately, every summer thousands of people are injured, due to grilling accidents. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), there are more than two thousand BBQ related fires every summer that result in millions of dollars in property damage.… Read the rest
Research an outdoor water toy before purchasing it.
It is important to always check Consumer Reports or recall announcements before purchasing a toy for your pool. In addition, do not purchase used pool toys, because they may not function properly. Furthermore, used outdoor toys such as water guns or pool floats may not be held to the same safety standards as new items. … Read the rest