FDS Law Blog

Elevator and Escalator Accidents Explained

Monday, January 8, 2018

Elevator and escalator injuries are a little-known hazard in the U.S. The threat to worker safety around elevators and escalators prompted past studies by the Centers for Disease Control, which recommended ways […] Read more

How Truck Driver Fatigue Can Cause Serious Accidents on the Road

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Semi-truck drivers are an essential part of the American economy. If you’ve ever walked into a store to buy something, the item likely got there on a big truck. Unfortunately, these trucks […] Read more

Inadequate Security Cases: When Property Owners Fail to Protect Us

Thursday, November 23, 2017

In every area of your life, you have the right to feel safe. Unfortunately, crime often happens on privately owned, commercial property where you have an expectation of safety. Under premises liability […] Read more

How Accidents Happen From Poor Road Design and Improper Markings

Monday, October 16, 2017

Responsible drivers pay attention to road markings, light signals and general conditions in order to stay safe. Poor road conditions prevent you from driving safely and may result in personal injury or […] Read more

Everything You Need to Know About Gas Explosions

Friday, October 6, 2017

Whether you live near a natural gas pipeline or are employed in an industry that depends on propane, you likely have questions related to gas explosions. Maybe you’ve been injured due to […] Read more

5 Things You Need to Know About Brain Injury Cases

Friday, September 15, 2017

If you or a loved one were involved in a serious accident resulting in a brain injury, the road to recovery is long. However, with the right brain damage lawyer and the […] Read more

What to Do If You Were Injured by a Drunk Driver

Friday, September 8, 2017

Every car accident is unexpected and challenging. Collisions caused by a drunk driver, however, are particularly upsetting, because the driver engaged in an activity most people understand to be dangerous and risky. […] Read more

What to Do If You Were Injured as a Passenger

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

You have the right to seek compensation for your car accident injuries even if you were a passenger. In Ohio, an accident victim typically files a claim against the negligent party’s insurance […] Read more

Electrocution and Electric Shock Injuries Defined

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Electricity is a serious workplace hazard that affects not only electricians, but other workers who come in contact with powered materials on a regular basis. Machinery, tools, light bulbs and home fixtures […] Read more