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slip & fall injuries and trip & fall accidents

Slip & Fall Injuries: Hazards and Legal Challenges

Slip & fall injuries happen when hazardous conditions get in  the way. Ankle injuries, wrist injuries and others result from slip and fall or trip and fall accidents.  Such injuries range from the less severe sprains to much more serious injuries. At the same time, holding property owners liable for […]

300 Legal Blog Articles Posted

300 Legal Blog Articles: What We Want You To Know

The Law Offices of Andrew D. Myers reached the mile mark of posting 300 blog articles after posting new material on a frequent basis for a number of years.  Articles focusing on legal issues faced by clients and others provide updates on our central practice areas including personal injury law, […]

Red Light Accidents Increase

Red Light Accidents: Fatal Accident Rate Reaches 10 Year Record

Red light accidents kill far more people than necessary. This alarming trend sees drivers barreling into intersections even after the traffic signal turns red. The number of people killed by red light runners hit a 10-year high in 2017, the latest year in which statistics have been released.  A study […]

Hit & Run Bad Idea

Hit & Run: Leaving the Scene of an Accident.

Question: I backed into another car at the mall parking lot and dented it. I know I should have left a note with my info but I didn’t. I just left. How much trouble could I get into for leaving the scene? Answer: Leaving the scene of an accident, even […]



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