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Are Public Pools Responsible for Swimmer Safety?

Pool safety is usually only a concern in the summer season, when people commonly take to the water to beat the summer heat. However, in Princeton, New Jersey this issue has lingered into the fall as a lawsuit filed by the family of a drowning victim draws to a close. Are there any lessons to be learned from this swimmer…
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How Do You Know Who Is Responsible in a Child Drowning Case?

When it comes to pool ownership it is important to be both responsible and cautious. Failure to do so can result in accidental drowning cases. In July alone there have already been three child deaths and one near drowning. With these tragedies becoming more frequent it is important to know the rules of water safety so as to avoid another…
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Who Is Responsible for Distracted Walking Incidents?

You’ve probably seen footage of the woman falling down a sidewalk cellar here in New Jersey. In security video, the woman appears to be checking her phone before the accident, but there’s more to the story. New details are changing what many thought was a clear-cut case of personal neglect, and it could change the way we all view distracted…
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