Common Types of Maritime Injuries
Maritime injuries range from mild—like a laceration or bruise—to life-threatening like drowning. Here, we examine common types of maritime injuries as well as their common causes.
Posted by Alicia Betz on June 8, 2021Continue reading
COVID-19 And Employer Negligence: Why Employees Are Struggling
Many employees in America are fighting to hold their employers accountable for negligent actions taken during the pandemic. Some employees allege that employers failed to provide them with personal protective equipment, safe working conditions, and other appropriate protections from the coronavirus
Posted by Amanda Turner on May 19, 2021Continue reading
Signs of Senior Loneliness
At some point or another, everyone is touched by loneliness. But for seniors, the greater concern can and should be the toll that enduring loneliness can take
Posted by Sharon Brandwein on February 10, 2021Continue reading
How to Help Your Child with Cerebral Palsy Thrive
Cerebral Palsy, a condition affecting movement, balance, and posture, can range from mild to severe. When you learn your child has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, it’s normal to cycle through a wide range of emotions, and ultimately, every parent wants their child to thrive.
Posted by Alicia Betz on January 20, 2021Continue reading
How To Find A Good Nursing Home For Loved Ones
It’s not an easy decision to place your parent or another elderly loved one in a nursing home. You can feel like you should be able to do it on your own, or that putting them in a nursing home is abandoning them. But it’s simply not true, and sometimes it can be necessary for a family.
Posted by Christiana Lilly on December 22, 2020Continue reading
Living With A Back Injury
Just as you don’t realize how much you use your pinky finger until you get a papercut on it, you don’t realize that your back is involved in almost every single thing you do until you injure it.
Posted by Alicia Betz on December 21, 2020Continue reading