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In the real world, criminal defense attorneys, like this one, represent individuals charged with serious crimes. These crimes include DWI & DUI, theft and fraud, drug crimes, and much more. Criminal defense attorneys dedicate their lives to protecting the rights and interests of the accused.

While real criminal defense attorneys, like this Austin criminal lawyer Ian Inglis, provide a necessary service, I am particularly captivated by how these attorneys are representation on television and in Hollywood. These attorneys are sensationalized and have very strong personalities. As a film/television buff, I decided to write about some of my favorite portrayals of the criminal defense attorney.

I’ll start with my favorite, Saul Goodman, as seen in Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. Goodman, formerly known as Jimmy McGill, is a fictional criminal defense attorney in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Attorney Goodman decided to change his name to sound like the phrase, “S’all good, man.” He is known for putting over-the-top commercials on TV and as being a “criminal” attorney. Over the course of the series Breaking Bad, Goodman represents numerous drug lords, including the show’s main character, Walter White. SPOILER ALERT: Saul Goodman’s legal career comes to an abrupt halt, and he ends up serving as manager at a Cinnabon. In a way, his story is especially tragic, because he went from the fast and thrilling life as a criminal defense attorney to a calmer lifestyle as a Cinnabon manager. In fact, Saul Goodman is once shown looking back on the glory days when he pops in a VHS tape of one of his old commercials after he gets off his Cinnabon shift.

My second favorite, (and in my opinion, the most humorous) criminal defense attorney as seen on TV is Barry Zuckerhorn. Zuckerhorn represents the Bluth family in the show Arrested Development, and he defends George Bluth in his criminal fraud trial. Attorney Zuckerhorn often finds himself in a lot of legal trouble, and not many of the other attorneys in the legal community think too fondly of him. His character is centered around his incompetency as a lawyer. It is no surprise that given his inability to be a good lawyer, Zuckerhorn paid someone to take the California Bar exam for him. Eventually, the Bluth family gets tired of having Zuckerhorn as their attorney, so they fired him and replaced him with another attorney. Zuckerhorn himself hired this new attorney to represent him when he received later criminal charges.

Lastly, every list must include Attorney Atticus Finch from To Kill a Mockingbird. Unlike Zuckerhorn, Finch is an effective advocate for his criminal defendants. Furthermore, unlike Goodman, Finch takes his work very seriously. He is unaffected by the terrible racial views and customs of his era. In fact, he is seen staunchly defending an accused African American client, contrary to the customs of his town in that era. Finch is portrayed as an honorable, effective advocate that gives a good name for criminal defense attorneys in the real world.

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The New York City Department of Buildings released a statement saying that investigations have begun in the two cases of construction workers falling to their deaths hours apart in Manhattan on Thursday. While the names have not been officially released, the two men both fell while on their respective job sites, and one of the sites actually reported a death earlier this year, raising questions about the safety of the site and the operation that is underway.

The first accident involved a construction worker who, according to authorities, was a seasoned construction veteran. He died after falling 29-stories while working on a luxury condo development on the waterfront in the financial district. He was reportedly wearing a harness, but the harness was not properly clipped in and he fell, landing on a scaffolding-bridge above the sidewalk. The construction worker was pronounced dead at the scene. He was reportedly installing molds to pour concrete up on the 29th floor when he lost his balance and fell. The accident occurred in the morning according to authorities and people on the scene.

Later in the afternoon, two workers fell out of a bucket lift from the third floor while working at 400 West 33rd street on 9th Avenue. The men were also wearing safety harnesses, but it is believed that they were not secured, and one of the workers died as a result of the fall. Another worker died at this very site earlier this year, raising questions about the security procedures on this job site.

While construction can be a risky profession, it is important for employers to institute and enforce strict safety procedures to keep their workers safe from harm. Workers should not be put at risk, and safety equipment like harnesses should be worn and secured at all times. While the details of these two cases are still being investigated, it sounds as though proper safety procedures were not followed to a “T” and these tragic accidents could have been avoided if supervisors had ensured that the rules and regulations had been followed.

It is not clear whether either of the families has retained an attorney, but they may be eligible to file a claim against the construction company for the loss of their loved one. No one wants to think about the devastation that a workplace accident can cause on the life of the worker and the worker’s family, but the truth is that someone should be held responsible for their deaths, especially since the accidents could have been avoided.

In a wrongful death claim, the family and dependents of the worker who died may be able to recover financial compensation for funeral costs, loss of future earnings, and emotional suffering. By contacting an attorney who understands construction accidents (and preferably one who understands accidents in Manhattan in particular, like this law firm we found), the family may be able to recover a measure of help and financial support during this difficult time.  While it won’t replace the loved one they lost, these construction companies may be held liable for their actions and may implement stronger safety measures in the future.

 

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Dental Implants for Better Smiles


Posted By on Jul 11, 2017

Clean and straight teeth and healthy gums – these are the things that make your smile attractive. It’s relatively easy to have these things. All they take is good oral hygiene and an occasional visit to the dentist.

But what if you are missing a tooth? It can clearly make or break your smile. But with today’s technology, we already have dental solutions – implants.

How It Works

An implant is composed of titanium and other materials that are safe for the body. It is surgically placed in the jaw, to make up for the spot where the tooth has been lost. Your bone will integrate with it in a short period, usually about three to six months.

After the integration, the implant is ready to anchor a permanent tooth replacement or a tooth aesthetic, to give back that attractive smile you have lost.

Its Many Advantages

To maximize its advantages, it should have the best dental quality, such as the Bayside dental implants from Dental Expressions by Dr. Gary Bram. But what are these advantages, exactly? Good implants are indistinguishable from natural teeth, not just in appearance, but also in function. So, you can now eat comfortably with fully-functioning teeth.

They also fit perfectly, so there is no issue regarding comfort. The best part about comfort is that they last a lifetime, so you do not have to worry about them falling off, slipping, or breaking.

Risks of Not Getting It

If you do not get implants, there is also a possibility of losing bone density, because of the gap in the jaw. It may even result into a smaller face, particularly in the jaw area, and this can make you look older than you are. The fact that implants integrate with the bone and jaw makes them a huge factor in preventing such things from happening.

There is also the possible psychological effect of having incomplete teeth, which often revolves around confidence and esteem.

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Common Hazards in Construction Sites


Posted By on May 27, 2017

Common Hazards in Construction Sites

Some workplaces are more dangerous than others, like how construction sites have more hazards compared to, say, office buildings.
But do you know that construction employers and supervisors are legally obligated to make an effort in ensuring the safety of their construction sites? In fact, according to the website of the Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, LTD., workers who have been injured in construction sites may take legal action against the responsible parties.
However, this does not mean that workers can just go around and be reckless. They should also be responsible for themselves and their co-workers to ensure the safety of everybody. The first step to construction site safety is to be aware of the possible hazards.

Explosives and Combustible Materials

Many objects that can be found in construction sites may cause fires and explosions, including chemicals, gases, pipes, wires, and even outright explosives. Exposure to these hazards may result into amputations, burn injuries, eye and skin irritations, lung problems, and traumatic injuries.

Exposed Wires

Electrocution is one of the leading causes of death in construction sites, and this is because of exposed wires and faulty wiring systems. Even if you are lucky to survive, you are likely to suffer from serious burn injuries that may even involve the nerves, muscles, and bones.

Falling Hazards

Construction workers rely on equipment and machines, such as scaffoldings, ladders, and cranes, to reach and work on elevated places. But these also put them at risk of falling, especially if the equipment and machines are defective or weak. Falling accidents can result into fractures, trauma, and even death.

Falling Objects

Falling object accidents are often caused by negligence, like when a small construction tool has slipped or an entire machine has fallen from an elevated area and has landed into an unsuspecting worker. These accidents often result into traumatic injuries, particularly in the head, neck, shoulder, and back area.

Machines

Simple tools like drills and complicated machines like backhoe loaders and bulldozers are also capable of injuring a person, especially if they don’t have the proper instructions, safety warnings, and maintenance that ensures that they are in top condition and without defects. The most dangerous accidents including tools and machines involve amputations and entrapments.

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Posted By on Feb 9, 2017

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