F.I.D.O., the Federation of Insured Dog Owners, Inc., now offers the Covered Canine Policy, an exclusive product and benefit for F.I.D.O. members only. This policy is available in California, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Utah and Wisconsin. It will protect you should your dog bite an individual and cause harm. It does not exclude any breed of dog and starts as low as per dog, per year.
Now you can protect yourself and your best friend with F.I.D.O.’s Covered Canine Insurance Policy.
3M Military Earplug Lawsuit | Personal Injury Lawyers for Veterans
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If you’re a military veteran who served between the years of 2003-2015 and used the 3M Combat Arms military earplugs and your hearing has been impacted, sign up now to get represented by combat veteran personal injury attorney, Andrew J. Cobos, and his firm. Your attorneys will only be paid if you win.
Read about the ongoing lawsuit of combat veteran, Scott D. Rowe: https://militaryearplug.com/combat-veteran-defective-3m-ear-plugs/
Read about the 2016 ruling of United States v. 3M Company: https://militaryearplug.com/united-states-v-3m-company-lawsuit/
False Claims Act Lawsuit against 3M: https://militaryearplug.com/3m-earplug-false-claims-act/ Video Rating: / 5
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In this video, Boston, Massachusetts workers comp and personal injury attorney John Sheehan explains you can file a third party personal injury lawsuit if you were injured in a construction site accident due to an unsafe condition or safety violation caused by a negligent General Contractor or Subcontractor on the job site. Attorney Sheehan explains that you may be able file a third party personal injury lawsuit against the General Contractor and Subcontractors whose carelessness and negligence caused the construction site accident.
Attorney Sheehan handles the following types of cases:
• Car Accidents in Massachusetts
• Work Accidents in Massachusetts
• Construction Accidents in Massachusetts
As a workers compensation attorney and personal injury attorney, John Sheehan has helped thousands of injured workers and car accident victims obtain the compensation that they deserve and need.
If you wish to communicate directly with Attorney Sheehan, send him an email or call him to discuss your matter.
Law Office of John J. Sheehan, LLC
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dog bite lawyer – How to Defend Yourself in a Dog Bite Lawsuit
for a canine owner, receiving observe that you are being sued with the aid of someone who become bitten via your canine may be frightening and worrying. but, you are not constantly legally chargeable for injuries due to your pet. locating out as a whole lot as you can about the incident, inclusive of the movements of the injured individual earlier than he or she became bitten, may be key to correctly protecting yourself in a dog chew lawsuit. if the person provoked your puppy, or if he or she was trespassing on your private home or otherwise breaking the regulation, you may not be liable for the resulting injuries.
If Careless Driver Apologizes, Can You Still Bring Lawsuit in NY?
NY Car Accident Attorney Gerry Oginski Explains
You may have heard about an apology program for doctors in medical malpractice cases.
You should know that there is no corresponding apology program for careless drivers here in New York.
Imagine this scenario…
You were in a terrible car crash and are now in the hospital recuperating from having emergency surgery and casts on both of your legs.
In walks the careless driver to your room!
He comes in to apologize.
You don’t know what to say.
You don’t know what to do.
You are angry.
You are frustrated.
You feel helpless.
The top all that off, this guy walks in out of the blue, tells you he was the driver who caused your accident and then apologizes to you for what happened.
Once he apologizes, does that mean you can no longer bring a lawsuit seeking compensation for all the harms and injuries he caused?
Is there anything that will prevent you from proceeding forward with a lawsuit against the negligent driver who is now sitting in your room apologizing?
The answer is that even if a careless driver apologizes, you are still able to bring a lawsuit in NY seeking full compensation for all of your injuries.
Can you use the driver’s “apology” as proof that he admitted he was negligent and careless?
The answer is that it depends on a number of factors.
In some cases you can use it and in others you cannot.
A defense attorney would try and show that this apology was nothing more than a human being coming in to apologize for what happened than not admit legal responsibility.
Watch the video to learn more…
Here’s a cardiac malpractice case where I was able to achieve a million dollar settlement for my client: http://www.oginski-law.com/video/cardiac-malpractice-in-ny.cfm
Here’s a foot surgery case where a Westchester, NY jury awarded my client .55 million dollars for her pain and suffering: http://ow.ly/azKg6
To learn more about how car accident cases work in the state of New York, I encourage you to explore my educational website, http://www.oginski-law.com/library/new-york-car-accidents-12-key-deposition-techniques-in-a-car-accident-case.cfm.
If you have legal questions, I invite you to pick up the phone and call me at 516-487-8207 or by email at Gerry@Oginski-Law.com. This is what I do every day and I’d be happy to chat with you.
Law Office of Gerald Oginski
25 Great Neck Road, Ste. 4
Great Neck, NY 11021
http://www.AutoAccident.com. You are entitled to recover your financial costs from the accident, including medical bills, repair or replacement costs for your bike and the cost of lost wages while you cannot work. You are also entitled to recover for the reasonable costs of any future medical bills you may require and any future lost wage you may incur because you will be unable to return to work. You can also claim financial damages for your past and future pain, emotional anguish and any permanent disability. People who have lost a loved one can claim damages for their own grief and loss of household and personal services. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acxieXA-yqs&list=PL6AKK9WWmmYs1Ajudaw5S1pAeOkqw4s-I&index=7
Our Water Nerds have been closely following the environmental and public health disaster in North Carolina for a while now. Recently, Chemours, the company responsible for distributing a form of PFAS called GenX into the Cape Fear River, settled with the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality in the form of civil penalties and investigative costs. We broke down the news and what it means so you don’t have to. We’re also including a link below to Cape Fear Public Utility Authority’s breakdown of the settlement.
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Ben the Bear arrived at PAWS in August 2012. Rescued from a roadside zoo in North Carolina, this video, from August 2019, shows Ben in his habitat at PAWS’ ARK 2000 sanctuary in Northern California. Thanks to generous friends who went shopping on PAWS’ Amazon Wish List https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1ESCX3EWD5MQZ?ref_=wl_share, he now has a big, new, bright red, heavy-duty Boomer Ball to play with!
THE STORY OF BEN THE BEAR
Ben, a hybrid black bear, arrived at the Performing Animal Welfare Society’s (PAWS) 2,300-acre ARK 2000 sanctuary in August 2012. He is the only one of our bears who can claim to have been transported to PAWS via “Bear Force One,” courtesy of FedEx.
Ben came from Jambbas Ranch Tours in North Carolina. Identified only as “Attraction no. 2”, for six years he was confined in a 12×22-foot chain link “kennel” with only a concrete floor to walk on – just so tourists could gawk at him and toss him food. Bears are intelligent, curious and active animals, yet Ben was unable to do anything that wild bears naturally do, such as climb, forage or explore. His only source of enrichment was an old bowling ball and a few decrepit stumps of wood. Ben spent his time repetitively pacing in his cage – a sign of chronic stress and boredom.
Fortunately, two local citizens and attorneys from PETA and the Animal Legal Defense Fund came to Ben’s aid. In 2012, they filed suit against the facility holding Ben. The facility already had numerous citations for violations of the federal Animal Welfare Act. Cumberland County District Judge Kimbrell Tucker heard the case and wisely recognized that Ben’s most basic needs were not being met. The judge issued a preliminary injunction that allowed Ben’s transfer to PAWS and later made it permanent. (Jambbas Ranch Tours shut down after additional legal action resulted in suspension of its exhibition license.)
Upon hearing Ben’s story, FedEx agreed to fly him to California, dubbing the plane “Bear Force One.” When Ben was released into his new sanctuary home, it was likely the first time he had ever felt grass beneath his feet.
Today, Ben explores a spacious enclosure in the Bob Barker Bear Habitat at ARK 2000 where space is measured in acres, not feet. He enjoys searching for favorite foods that his caretakers hide for him, including watermelon, apples and berries. His enclosure is filled with shady trees, natural vegetation, grass, and a pool that Ben loves to swim in year round. Sadly, Ben had been declawed, so it is harder for him to engage in certain bear behaviors, such as tearing apart logs to root out insects. Nevertheless, he is an easy-going and responsive bear who has grown confident in his surroundings.
Ben’s story is a reminder of the other bears who still suffer in horrible conditions in roadside zoos and attractions and those used for entertainment, including at county and state fairs. These bears are bred and used for display, public feeding, photo opportunities and petting sessions – all for profit. They are traumatically separated from their mothers and exposed to rough handling and abuse; some bears are cruelly declawed, causing intense pain and preventing them from engaging in natural behaviors such as digging, manipulating food and climbing. When the bears are no longer profitable they are discarded, sent from one miserable place to another. Some bears are slaughtered for their meat.
What you can do to help bears in captivity?
• Never visit a roadside zoo or attraction that confines bears. Urge family, friends and colleagues to avoid these places as well.
• If your local fair features captive bear shows, voice your concerns to the fair organizers. Write a letter to the editor of your local paper, educating people about the suffering of bears for these shows and calling for an end to them.
• If you see bears in conditions that are causing them to suffer, file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Document what you see on video and/or photos. (For assistance contact PAWS director of science, research and advocacy, Catherine Doyle, at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
• Avoid pseudo-sanctuaries that offer public contact or photo sessions with bears or any other wild animals.