According to a recently published NPR article, the NFL and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are ending their partnership for concussion research, with $16 million of the NFL’s pledged money left unspent. The end of this relationship, along with the NFL’s apparent unwillingness to follow through with its original pledge, brings up a larger conversation about how seriously the medical community is taking the effects of concussion injuries. Read the rest »
You may not believe this, but…nothing.
Let’s say you’re on the freeway and a big rig driver, who is on his cellphone, changes lanes without looking, crunching you between the median and his truck. You have to be rushed to the hospital by ambulance and require intensive care. Your medical bills are through the roof.
Can you really afford an attorney?
Honestly? You can’t afford not to have one. Read the rest »
Each year in June, the National Safety Council, an organization that works to eliminate preventable deaths through leadership, research, education, and advocacy, holds National Safety Month.
Throughout the month, the NSC and thousands of other organizations across the country work to maintain their goal to “Keep Each Other Safe.” This month focuses on reducing leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road, and in homes and communities. Read the rest »