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Damages recoverable in a personal injury lawsuit

The injuries that result from a car accident caused by someone else's negligence can turn an accident victim's life upside down. Depending on the severity of their injuries, they suddenly find that actions they could complete without a single thought now have become a two-person job, such as changing one's clothes or driving to work or college. These types of injuries have not only short-term affects, but also long term consequences.

What can I do about nursing home abuse?

Aging and elderly people, as well as some others, oftentimes live in assisted living or nursing home facilities to receive the care they need in a safe environment. Unfortunately, nursing home abuse can take place in those settings and it is essential for victims and families to understand their legal protections.

Why are motorcycle accidents so common?

Summer may be coming to a close, but the risks of motorcycle accidents are still be high. Riders are enjoying the roads before cooler weather sets in. Even though schools, universities, and regular work hours are returning, there are still high volumes or travelers on the roads. The percentage of crashes fluctuates every year, thousands of riders are involved in deadly accidents across the country.

Nursing homes fined for errors by staff

We all want what is best for our parents and to try to give them the love and attention that could even begin to match the care they gave us when we were young. For some people, this may mean putting elderly loved ones in a nursing home, hoping and assuming that they will take better care of our parents than we are able to do at home. Unfortunately, nursing homes often fail to provide a reasonable standard of care an families suffer tremendously as a result.

How to prevent heatstroke deaths in children

To help prevent fatal heatstroke, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently issued a press release reminding parents about the dangers of leaving children unattended in cars. According to NHTSA, in the U.S., one child suffers fatal injuries in a hot vehicle almost every 10 days on average.

Car accidents are serious events

When you use the road every day, you hope that all drivers are being as safe as possible. You should always be on the lookout for distracted or reckless drivers. Additionally, hazardous weather conditions make driving much more dangerous. Despite your own carefulness and the cautiousness of other drivers on the road, you could end up in the worst circumstances: a car accident.

Help for victims of brain injuries

Brain injuries are a type of injury that can be caused by a car accident. In the United States, there are 1.7 million traumatic brain injuries that lead to deaths, hospitalizations and emergency department visits annually. Because of the serious harm victims of brain injuries and car accidents suffer, it is important for them to be familiar with personal injury protections available to them.

Multiple vehicle accident kills one in Connecticut

Even though millions of drivers across the country get in their cars and drive with hardly a thought, it is still one of the most dangerous practices people engage in on a daily basis. Millions of people die in traffic related accidents on a daily basis and many of them are caused by a series of events that could have been avoided had a negligent driver been more attentive on the road.

Legal protections for victims of medical malpractice

Unfortunately, when a medical condition is not diagnosed, it can result in death which can have a devastating impact on the surviving families. A failure to diagnose, failure to timely diagnose or misdiagnosis can have serious consequences which is why victims and their families must be familiar with their legal protections.

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