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FAA Clears Boeing 737 Two Years After Fatal Crashes

Published on Jan 5, 2021 at 9:22 am in AIrplane Accidents.

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In late November 2020, nearly two years after two plane crashes resulted in the death of hundreds, the Federal Aviation Administration cleared Boeing’s 737 Max to fly again. FAA Administrator Steve Dickson signed the order, rescinding the grounding. A week prior to the decision, Dickson said the agency was in the final stage of reviewing design changes to the Max that would make it safe to return to the skies.

How Many Different Types of Spinal Cord Injuries Are There?

Published on Dec 29, 2020 at 8:06 am in Personal Injury.

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Spinal cord injuries can be devastating and change how you live the rest of your life. Whether you become partially or permanently disabled, or if you require treatment and assistance for the rest of your life, you could be dealing with many changes and costs from your spinal cord injury. Even though all you want to do is heal, you shouldn’t be left to cover the costs on your own when the injury wasn’t your fault in the first place.

When Is Another Party Responsible for a Single-Car Accident?

Published on Dec 22, 2020 at 8:33 am in Car Accidents.

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When you think of car accidents, typically, you picture two or more vehicles colliding and one of those drivers being at fault for the damages done to both cars, trucks, and bikes. Or if only one vehicle is involved in the accident, you assume it was the driver’s fault that the crash occurred. Actually, it’s possible that another party was responsible for the single-car accident.

When you’ve been in a single-car accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, you could use the help of a Louisville car accident lawyer from Thomas Law Offices in Kentucky. We have experience handling these cases and know precisely how to get you the fair settlement you deserve.

Reimagining Nursing Home Enforcement

Published on Dec 17, 2020 at 7:32 am in Nursing Home Abuse.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has fostered a discussion of how to improve nursing homes. In general, there are two camps: the industry partisans who call for more collaboration from the federal government and better funding, and the critics who insist regulation should primarily take the form of steeper fines and other punitive actions against abusive and negligent long-term care facilities.

Examining the Increase in Nursing Home Neglect Reports

Published on Dec 15, 2020 at 8:09 am in Nursing Home Abuse.

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While the COVID-19 pandemic has had its effects on everyone, those in nursing homes are one of the groups at the highest risk of infection. Close quarters, necessary medical interventions, and poor mitigation tactics make long-term care facilities breeding grounds for viruses—especially one with the infectious rate that the coronavirus has.

As a result of the virus, according to the Associated Press (AP), we’re seeing an increase in nursing home neglect reports. There are a number of reasons this could be happening, which we’ll examine below. First, let’s start by taking a look at what residents and their family members have experienced in and out of nursing homes since the start of the pandemic.