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New Yorkers battle scaffolding hazards by the mile

New York City is famous for landmarks like the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. It's also famous for its scaffolding, which has gradually become a distinctive feature of the city -- so much so that residents have become used to looking at the more than 7,700 individual structures alongside commercial and residential buildings alike.

Restaurant slip and fall accidents can often be prevented

When you head out to a restaurant for dinner, you're generally looking for a good time—but a sudden slip and fall can quickly turn a good time into a disaster. Restaurants are, unfortunately, fairly dangerous places where it can be easy to lose your footing.

Shopper-on-shopper violence: Can you hold the store liable?

From the day after Thanksgiving until sometime in February when all the post-holiday returns have been made, the shopping centers and malls throughout the U.S. are generally busier than they are at any other time of the year. Unfortunately, the increased number of customers can lead to increased tensions between those customers—and that can erupt in violence.

Dollar General cited for willful, repeat hazards on store premises

The notorious dangers of Black Friday shopping grab the headlines this time of year. Fights, brawls, and stabbings and even shootings have been reported. Crowds stampede, trampling shoppers and store workers. Even the parking lot is unsafe.

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