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Frederick Schenk

Go to the Dermatologist – Here’s Why

By Frederick Schenk, CaseyGerry – as published in Living Safer Magazine

Having grown up in Southern California, I spent much of my youth at the beach.  The concept of sun screen was not a part of our vernacular.

Limitations of Diagnostic Tools for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)

By Frederick Schenk, CaseyGerry – As Published in Living Safer Magazine

A high stakes class action lawsuit  filed on behalf of thousands of former players against the National Football League has raised awareness about the dangers associated with multiple concussions, including the potential for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), a degenerative brain disease.

Pedestrian-Related Accidents Surge in San Diego

February 14, 2018 Blog,Frederick Schenk

You may think walking to work or for pleasure and exercise is good for your health. Yet, in San Diego more than 500 pedestrians are wounded or seriously injured by vehicle crashes annually.

A Premises Liability Primer

By Frederick Schenk, as published in The Legal Examiner

Sadly, the issue of premises liability has been in the news of late. From the horrific incident where an alligator dragged a 2-year-old Nebraska boy into the water at a Disney Orlando resort to the much-talked about encounter between a gorilla and a 3-year-old boy at the Cincinnati Zoo, the focus has been on who is responsible and what should have been done to prevent the two tragic cases.

Skin Cancer Rates Soar: How to Stay Safe from this Deadly Phenomenon

By Frederick Schenk, CaseyGerry –  As Published in Living Safer

Over the last few years, I have successfully undergone treatment for skin cancer  on several occasions – underscoring the importance of regular skin checks and physician visits.

The Real Risks of Drowsy Driving

By Frederick Schenk – published in the Legal Examiner

Most people are familiar with the terms “driving under the influence” and “driving while intoxicated” and the very serious – often fatal – repercussions they can have.