The Signs and Symptoms of a TBI

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Brain injuries can range from mild to severe. A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a serious or permanent neurobiological trauma that can lead to permanent deficits in the victim. Sadly, the signs and symptoms of these injuries are not always apparent – and some victims may be unaware they have a TBI until it is…

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Do You Really Need an Attorney after an Accident?

Categories: Car Accident

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If you are involved in an accident and you have suffered injuries, you have a right to file a claim for compensation when that accident was not your fault. To protect those rights, and make sure you do not pay for the losses personally, it may be in your best interest to hire an attorney….

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Can a Cyclist be Liable for a Car Accident?

Categories: Car Accident

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Many cycling accidents happen because of the motor vehicle driver’s negligence or outright reckless behavior. Many drivers are unaware that bicyclists share the road with them, have a right to be there, and to expect drivers to pay attention to their presence. Alternatively, there are cyclists out there that assume drivers will see them and…

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Exploring the Risks of Halloween – and How to Avoid a Serious Injury

Categories: Personal Injury

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Before you know it, the streets will be filled with children dressed as everything from their favorite superheroes, to princesses, to ghosts. While it is a time of fun, festivity, and “tricks,” it is also a time for increased injuries. The risks of injury on Halloween increase. While most of these injuries are nothing catastrophic,…

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What Evidence Applies to a Personal Injury Case?

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When you file a personal injury lawsuit against another person, you become the plaintiff, and the person at-fault takes on the role of the defendant. As the plaintiff in a personal injury case, you now carry the burden of proof. Therefore, you must prove that the other party was negligent. In some cases, the burden…

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