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Signs What Happened To You Might Have Been Medical Negligence

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Every medical procedure comes with its risks. Just because a procedure does not go the way you hoped does not necessarily mean you were the victim of medical negligence. However, doctors and nurses do sometimes make mistakes or fail to provide the care they’re expected to provide — and in that case, negligence often has been committed. Here are some signs that what happened to you might constitute negligence. You were not informed of the risks of the procedure. Read More»

What To Do Following A Pedestrian Accident

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A vehicle colliding with a person on foot is one of the scariest types of accidents imaginable. If you or someone you care about has been the victim of such an incident, you’re probably wondering how to pay for things like medical costs, utility bills, missed work time, and everyday expenses. You do have the right to seek compensation, and you may want to consult with a pedestrian accident attorney. It can be helpful, though, to learn what the claim process is likely to entail. Read More»

It's Best To Be Prepared: What To Do If You're Involved In A Motorcycle Accident

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Now that the winter weather has finally bowed out, it’s time to take your motorcycle out of storage. If you’ve got some road trips planned for this summer, it’s also time to start thinking about accidents. No one wants to think about accidents, but when motorcycles are concerned, planning for the possibility is essential. If you are involved in a motorcycle accident this summer – or any other time – here are three steps you need to take right away. Read More»

Can You Speed Up the Personal Injury Lawsuit Process?

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One reason some people avoid filing a personal injury lawsuit is that they don’t want to wait. Maybe you’ve watched friends spend years going in and out of court in pursuit of their claim, or perhaps you’ve been told by coworkers that the money you get won’t be worth the time in the end. It is true that some personal injury cases take a long time, but you’re not totally powerless in this regard. Read More»

Why Witnesses Aren't Always A Good Idea

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When you have your hearing for your Social Security Disability claim, you’ll have an opportunity to present witnesses who can attest to your previous and current state of health and ability. This sounds good, but it isn’t always the best idea to bring in witnesses. Many times, your medical records and history are good enough when presented in a clear manner (and yes, you do need a Social Security Disability attorney to help you put your case together) are enough. Read More»