Personal Injury Blog

Will Self-Driving Trucks Pose Greater Danger on the Roadway? Are new laws necessary?

Will Self-Driving Trucks Pose Greater Danger on the Roadway? Are new laws necessary? Commercial trucks are an essential part of our economy, and 2020 has proven this fact even more. Trucks deliver goods ordered online, work to keep shelves stocked, and much more. The trucking industry is always looking for ways to improve safety and […]

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Virtual Reality Treatment for Disabled Victims

Virtual Reality Used as Treatment for Disabled Injury Victims Learning that a serious injury has left you with long-term disabilities can be devastating. Many people in this situation can no longer conduct their usual enjoyable activities or even take care of themselves. These limitations can result in depression and other mental struggles, in addition to […]

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How 3D Printing Can Help in Personal Injury Cases

How 3D Printing Can Help in Personal Injury Cases New technology can help in a wide variety of fields, and the legal field is no different. Forward-thinking law firms are always on the lookout for new technology that can help them advocate for the rights of their injured clients. In recent times, 3D printing has […]

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Construction Crew Errors When Directing Traffic in Road Work Zones

Construction Crew Errors When Directing Traffic in Road Work Zones We have all driven through construction zones that limit the flow of traffic. Whether a two-lane road narrows down to one lane, or traffic traveling opposing directions must share a single lane, there are risks that come with diverting traffic from its usual path. In […]

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Was Your Motorcycle Accident Caused by Road Construction Debris?

Was Your Motorcycle Accident Caused by Road Construction Debris? Anyone who lives in or around the Salina area knows that road construction is a fact of life. With numerous construction zones in the area at almost any given time, it is important for drivers to know how to safely navigate these road zones. This is […]

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Will My Questions or Personal Injury Claim Be Affected by the Coronavirus Outbreak?

Will My Questions or Personal Injury Claim Be Affected by the Coronavirus Outbreak? Now that the world is battling the COVID-19 pandemic, and many types of business have been put on hold, will you be able to get information about a potential case or your current personal injury claim with us. If you want information […]

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Why Vehicle Ejections Happen

Why Vehicle Ejections Happen Cars and SUVs now come stocked with a variety of safety features, but, airbags and other features help very little if a person is ejected from their vehicle. Vehicle ejections are extremely dangerous and often deadly. Reasons for Ejections Seat Belt One of a seat belt’s main functions is to keep […]

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Pressure Ulcers are a “Never Event” Under Medicare

Pressure Ulcers are a “Never Event” Under Medicare When it comes to healthcare standards, there are certain types of injuries or complications that should never happen. Called “never events,” these include leaving surgical objects inside patients and patients contracting infections from inadequate sterilization. One injury that Medicare deems to be a never event in nursing […]

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Can a Car Accident Cause PTSD?

Can a Car Accident Cause PTSD? Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is commonly associated with veterans returning from active duty, though any type of traumatic event can lead to this often debilitating condition. In fact, many car accident victims develop PTSD following a crash, and it can impact their lives in many different ways. Signs and […]

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How Effective Are Pedestrian Detection Systems?

How Effective Are Pedestrian Detection Systems? Technology is constantly evolving, and we now wear mini-computers on our wrists and have electronic home assistants that control our lights and thermostats from afar. When it comes to motor vehicles, the technology race also applies, and manufacturers are constantly trying to outdo one another with in-vehicle tech systems. […]

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