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Dangers You’d Never Suspect: Keeping Kids Safe

By Robert W. Elton |

When making purchases for the home, we all look for good deals on items to create a cozy environment for our families. No one anticipates that those purchases could wind up causing serious harm, or even death, for our family members. Sometimes the most innocent of purchases pose real danger in the home, especially… Read More »


How To Pursue Legal Action: Construction Site Injuries When Multiple Subcontractors Exist

By Robert W. Elton |

With heavy equipment, intricate tools, high platforms, and all kinds of moving parts, it is inevitable that construction sites will be susceptible to injuries. But these locations frequently have more than one contractor and subcontractor on site. So when a worker experiences an injury, just how is liability determined? An experienced personal injury attorney… Read More »


Comparative Negligence in an Auto Accident

By Robert W. Elton |

Imagine you are attempting to make a left hand turn out of a parking lot onto a busy roadway. Traffic is backed up, but luckily, a motorist stops before the driveway and waves you forward. You ease out, nodding your thanks, then creep past his car as you prepare to cross the road to… Read More »