Personal Injury

How to Deep-Fry a Turkey This Thanksgiving

by NPHM | November 25th, 2019

Every November, as people begin to prepare for Thanksgiving dinner, discussions about deep frying the turkey springs up once again. While many argue that deep frying a turkey is the best method of cooking, it is also considerably more dangerous than other methods. Deep frying a turkey keeps the meat tender and juicy, while roasting […]

Tailgating Safety

by NPHM | November 4th, 2019

Although the weather outside has been getting colder for weeks, football season is just heating up. Both the college and professional leagues are heading towards playoffs, and that means there’s no better time to tailgate than right now. If you decide to tailgate this fall and winter, it’s important to be aware of the potential […]

The 7 Biggest Myths Surrounding Personal Injury Lawsuits

by NPHM | September 25th, 2019

When you are injured in an accident that isn’t your fault, you shouldn’t be required to pay for the resulting medical bills out of pocket. But it can be difficult to prove that the fault lies with someone else, and even harder to determine how much money your injuries are worth, especially if symptoms persist […]

Who Are You Actually Suing?

by NPHM | September 17th, 2019

If you were recently hurt in an accident, you have two priorities: getting better and getting compensation. The first is self-explanatory and involves medical treatments, physical rehabilitation, and plenty of rest. The second, however, is often complicated and confusing, especially if you’ve never filed a personal injury claim or needed a lawyer before.   At Nurenberg […]

School Transportation Safety

by NPHM | August 27th, 2019

Another school year in Ohio is about to begin, and that means early wake-ups, homework, and after-school activities. No matter how busy your family gets when school is in session, safety should always be your biggest priority. Use these tips to help your child get to and from class as safely as possible.

What to Expect: Truck Accident Claims

by NPHM | August 21st, 2019

Even the largest SUVs and pickup trucks are no match for semi-trucks in a collision. Because of the massive size and weight difference between tractor trailers and passenger vehicles, it’s common for drivers and their passengers to be seriously injured when they’re involved in accidents with big trucks. Commercial truck accidents aren’t just more likely […]

How to Prevent Weeds This Year without Using Roundup

by NPHM | August 13th, 2019

Headlines from news outlets across the country have spread awareness about the link between glyphosate, the key ingredient in Roundup weed killer, and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, a type of cancer that affects the lymphatic system. But is it possible to have a great garden or lawn without using chemicals and risking your health? We’ve compiled seven […]

Music and Driving: A Deadly Combo or a Match Made in Heaven?

by NPHM | August 6th, 2019

Have you ever experienced turning down your radio so you can concentrate on reading an address as you drive by? It’s more common than you might think, and several studies have been conducted in recent years to try to determine what factor, if any, music plays in car accidents. One found that music played over […]

What to Expect: Motorcycle Accident Claims

by NPHM | July 30th, 2019

If you were recently injured on your motorcycle, you may be facing an uphill battle in two ways. First, your injuries may be severe and leave you unable to work for a significant amount of time. That’s because motorcycles’ lack of safety features leave even the most well-equipped riders vulnerable during accidents. Second, the insurance […]

Scooter and Driver Road-Sharing Tips

by NPHM | July 24th, 2019

Dockless e-scooters are an increasingly popular way of getting around town in many cities. However, scooter riders are especially vulnerable to injury when they’re involved in traffic accidents. Until infrastructure catches up with mobility trends, it’s important for drivers and riders to learn how to safely share the road. Next time you pass a scooter, […]