5 Tips for Preparing for Your Personal Injury Lawsuit

October 19, 2017 | By admin

Filing a personal injury lawsuit is a process that should be carried out shortly after an accident occurs. After an injury occurs, a flurry events can make keeping track of important details difficult. But by keeping the following tips in mind, it can be easier to file a personal injury lawsuit. 1.) Act Quickly There… [ Read More ]

Qualifying for Workers’ Compensation If You Telecommute

October 17, 2017 | By admin

With the internet getting faster every day, workplaces all around the United States are making great strides in reducing the need to commute to the office. Because of this, some employees never physically see their place of employment. This provides a wide variety of benefits for both the employer and the employee. But telecommuting can… [ Read More ]

What is a Soft Tissue Injury?

October 12, 2017 | By admin

An often overlooked but still common injury is a soft tissue injury. A soft tissue injury affects muscles, ligaments, tendons, and other soft tissue areas. A great number of different situation could cause a soft tissue injury – leading causes include car accidents, workplace accidents, and sports injuries. Effects of Soft Tissue Injuries Left untreated,… [ Read More ]

Determining Liability in Single-Vehicle Accidents

October 10, 2017 | By admin

Single-vehicle accidents are among the most frustrating types of accidents that a person can endure. It might seem as though there is no recourse for the driver when this kind of accident course especially if only the driver remains at the scene. But various factors outside a driver’s control can all cause an accident. Who… [ Read More ]

When Injuries Occur at Sports Games

October 5, 2017 | By admin

According to statistics from Johns Hopkins Medicine, over 30 million children and teenagers in the United States engage in some form of organized sports every year. Over 3.5 million injuries will occur each year as a result. These injuries make up over one-third of all childhood injuries, making them the most common types of injuries… [ Read More ]

When Gyms Have Faulty Exercise Equipment

October 3, 2017 | By admin

All businesses open to the public have a duty to keep visitors to the business reasonably safe, or to warn them about dangers that cannot be immediately addressed. In this duty, gyms are no different. When you’re injured by exercise equipment at the gym, it’s important to keep a few factors in mind. These include:… [ Read More ]

Injuries Resulting from Airplane Turbulence

September 28, 2017 | By admin

When it comes to crash rates and fatalities, commercial air travel in the United States is far safer than roadway travel. Commercial airline crashes are relatively uncommon, with entire years passing in which no commercial flight crashes anywhere in the world. This doesn’t mean, however, that everyone flies injury-free. Conditions like turbulence can cause injuries… [ Read More ]

Hospital Liability When It Comes to Pain and Suffering

September 26, 2017 | By admin

Injuries or illness resulting from medical malpractice can cause significant amounts of pain and suffering. When permanent or long-term disability results, that pain and suffering may extend far into the future, forcing you to come to terms with an entirely new set of limitations. “Pain and suffering” is the most common type of non-economic damages… [ Read More ]

How to Help Your Doctor Diagnose You More Accurately

September 21, 2017 | By admin

Misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis are some of the top causes of medical error in the United States today. When injury or illness results or is made worse by the misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose, an inaccurate diagnosis can turn into medical malpractice. The Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority offers a number of recommendations for patients who want… [ Read More ]

When Construction Sites Cause Auto Accidents

September 19, 2017 | By admin

Construction sites are a common location for car accidents, particularly when distracted or inattentive drivers are not taking sufficient care to avoid colliding with their fellow motorists. However, the construction site itself can also cause car accidents, even when no other traffic is present. Here are a few situations in which conditions on a construction… [ Read More ]



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