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Monthly Archives: February 2023


Injuries & Deaths In National Parks

By Buzzell, Welsh & Hill |

While most people associate visiting our national parks with a certain sense of freedom and exploration, in fact, the reopening of a number of these public parks after closures due to COVID arguably endangered public safety in some respects, as cuts in funding for the park service and a reduction in the number of… Read More »

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Navigating Social Security Disability For Mental Health Impairments

By Buzzell, Welsh & Hill |

When people think of Social Security disability, they often think only of workers suffering from physical ailments; however, a reported more than two million workers receive disability benefits in connection with depression and other mental health issues, which reflects close to 30 percent of all disability recipients. As a result, many people suffering from… Read More »

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Negligence Can Lead To Electrical Fires In The Home

By Buzzell, Welsh & Hill |

In late September, the community of Macon, Georgia mourned the death of a woman who was killed in a house fire. Reports indicate that the fire started in the attic of her home, and was due to an electrical problem. Every year, there are an estimated 30,000 electrical fires in U.S. homes – especially… Read More »

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Nursing Home Negligence & The PREP Act

By Buzzell, Welsh & Hill |

One case that could soon come before the US Supreme Court – Glenhaven Healthcare LLC v. Jackie Saldana – could have significant consequences for nursing home negligence cases. The case involves the 2005 Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act, a federal law which provides a certain amount of protection from liability for nursing… Read More »

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