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Damages a Pedestrian Can Claim in an Accident

Damages a Pedestrian Can Claim in an Accident About 137,000 pedestrians sustained injuries in traffic accidents in a recent year in the United States, and many of these injuries were severe. Medical treatment for injuries can be costly, and injured pedestrians can also incur many other losses. If someone else caused your pedestrian accident, that […]

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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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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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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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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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Damage Caps Eliminated for Kansas Injury Victims

Damage Caps Eliminated for Kansas Injury Victims For decades, we have represented clients with burns, loss of sight, or injuries that alter their quality of life, and the Kansas courts did not provide sufficient compensation for the loss. Many suits against nursing homes or product manufacturers could not be brought, for elderly clients or victims […]

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Do Keyless Ignitions on Cars Pose a Threat?

Do Keyless Ignitions on Cars Pose a Threat? Typically, innovations in the automotive industry have made us safer, and it goes without saying that traveling by car is much safer than it was just a few decades ago. The advent of features like the three-point seatbelt, airbags, and new technologies like lane assist and automatic […]

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Is Smartphone Use Threatening the Lives of Pedestrians?

Is Smartphone Use Threatening the Lives of Pedestrians? The Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) recently released a report with troubling information for pedestrians – the number of pedestrian deaths due to traffic accidents in 2018 is expected to be the highest since 1990 in the United States. What has caused pedestrian fatalities to rise higher […]

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Taking Your Kid Out of the Game – Concussions

Taking Your Kid Out of the Game – Concussions   Source: American Journal of Pathology, DOI: 10.1016 WASHINGTON (Feb. 5, 2015) — Doctors who order several days of rest after a person suffers a concussion are giving sound advice, say researchers, and new data from animal models explains why. Georgetown University Medical Center neuroscientists say […]

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