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Common Causes Of Teen Accidents

Posted on : January 21, 2020
In the United States, car accidents are a top cause of teen fatalities.  There are multiple reasons for this, ranging from driver experience to cell phone use behind the wheel. In the event that your child was injured in a...

Are You At Risk for Complications After a Burn Injury?

Posted on : August 11, 2019
Seriousness Of Burn Injuries   The seriousness of a burn injury is relative to its thickness and the area of skin it covers. The skin is the biggest organ in the body, providing a protective covering for the skeletal system,...

The Link Between Medical Malpractice & Understaffed Hospitals

Posted on : July 31, 2019
Is There A Connection Between Understaffed Hospitals And Medical Malpractice?   What the number of staff is relative to the number of patients is not something that registers with any individual entering a medical facility in their time of need. ...

Research Explores Pedestrian Fatalities

Posted on : July 24, 2018
University of South Florida research targets pedestrian fatalities due to the rising number of accidents affecting people on foot. The University of South Florida Center for Urban Transportation Research recently looked at the factors that caused pedestrians to be more...

What You Should Know About Freeway Accidents

Posted on : December 18, 2017
a freeway accident requires a lawyer
You can’t always count on another driver to give you the duty of care to which you are owed. You might expect that everyone on the road will follow the law and proceed carefully, but if you’ve spent any amount...

How a Lawyer Evaluates Your Personal Injury Claim

Posted on : May 24, 2017
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When you are injured by someone else through no fault of your own, contact a personal injury lawyer right away. An attorney will carefully evaluate your claim. Then, they will determine if it’s worth pursuing. They also look at if...