As we look toward the end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018, it is always good to consider ways that we can improve our health and well-being. Most people make New Year’s resolutions each year, but many of those resolutions are never realized. A common resolution that many people make is to “get healthier” or “exercise more.” Focusing on health is a common New Year’s resolution. If you are resolving to be more active, lose weight, improve your health, or make other positive changes that can improve your well-being in 2018, we want to help. Below are several tips that you might find helpful when resolving to be healthier in 2018.
Many accident victims ask themselves this very question each day throughout the United States, especially when an insurance adjuster tells victims they can make more money if they don’t hire an attorney. Insurance adjusters are NOT your friend, and they are NOT working for you. Adjusters work for the insurance company. It is better for the insurance company if you handle your claim without hiring an attorney. However, you need to understand that you are in an adversarial position with the insurance company; therefore, you shouldn’t be taking its advice about what you should or should not do after being injured in an accident.
Insurance companies aggressively fight whiplash cases because they believe they can win by arguing whiplash does not cause lasting injuries. However, whiplash can be severe causing extreme pain that can prevent you from being able to return to work. If you have been injured in an accident and believe that you may have suffered whiplash,
In an unbelievable story that just simply does not seem possible, a Fresno hospital has been fined $86,625 for leaving a towel inside a patent during abdominal surgery. The towel remained in the patient for three months after surgery. The fine is the fourth issued against the hospital since 2007. During a routine surgery on
Were You Rear Ended By Another Driver? Nearly one third of all motor vehicle accidents are the result of rear-end collisions according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Common causes of rear-end collisions include: Speeding Distracted driving (i.e. texting, reading, eating, etc.) Heavy traffic Road rage Mechanical failure Fatigued driving Driving under the
Construction Site Accident Injuries Are Common in California If you have been injured in a construction accident in Fresno or the Central California Valley, chances are you are not alone. Over 460,000 workers were injured or suffered an occupational illness during 2014 according to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics. The Occupational Safety &
Seek Immediate Medical Attention After a Serious Accident If you have been injured in an accident, you need to seek immediate medical attention. This is true regardless of whether you were involved in a car accident, a trucking accident, motorcycle accident or work related injury. When meeting with your doctor, you should ask the following
Pedestrian Accidents in Los Angeles A quick internet search reveals numerous pedestrian accidents in and around Los Angeles. In a matter of three days, at least five pedestrian accidents were reported in the greater Los Angeles area. Los Angeles County Judge Daniel L. Brenner died when he was struck and killed while crossing the street
California Leads The Nation In Dog Bite Reports Dog attacks are more common than you might think. California is tied with North Carolina for the most dog bite related fatalities in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), more than 4.5 million people are victims of dog attacks and/or dog bites