Archive for the ‘Personal Injury Law’ Category

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Does Medical Malpractice Apply if Someone Develops an Infection During a Hospital Stay?

People say that becoming ill or getting an infection is often associated with a hospital stay. While that might sound far-fetched, the reality is they are correct. While most hospitals take the appropriate steps to maintain a clean and sterile environment and medical professionals do all of the right things, people still acquire infections from […]

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May 30th, 2017

Category:
Personal Injury Law
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Are Retail Stores Legally Liable for Product Safety?

After making a purchase at a retail store, you arrive home excited to use your new item only to sustain injury because it was defective. Sadly, your story is not unique. Recently, a woman claimed to suffer from severe burns after a product she used exploded, causing the hot contents to spew over her face, […]

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May 17th, 2017

Category:
Personal Injury Law
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Car versus Bicycle Accident: What Next?

In 2013, more than 900 people in the United States were killed after being struck by a vehicle while riding a bike. In addition, over 490,000 bicyclists sustained injuries significant enough to warrant emergency room visits. Along with the emotional devastation, both non-fatal and fatal car versus bicycle accidents results in lost wages and lifetime […]

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April 19th, 2017

Category:
Personal Injury Law

Who Is Responsible When a Child Is Injured on Faulty Playground Equipment?

Playgrounds are supposed to be safe places where children have fun. Unfortunately, over 200,000 children age 14 and under are injured on playgrounds annually. Of those, roughly 45 percent sustain serious injuries. Recent statistics from the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention show that from 1990 through 2000, 147 children in this same age bracket […]

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April 3rd, 2017

Category:
Personal Injury Law
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Is It Possible to Sue the Owner of a Dog That Seriously Injured Our Family Pet at a Dog Park?

Due to an increased popularity, dog parks are all over the country. These unique parks are a saving grace for many pet owners, especially city dwellers, people who have a difficult time getting around, and those with dog breeds that require a great deal of exercise. Although these parks provide a place for dogs to […]

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March 14th, 2017

Category:
Personal Injury Law | Uncategorized
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Recovering Financial Loss from a Work-Related Burn Accident

Even when numerous safety guidelines are implemented and measures taken, workplace burns account for a large number of all burn-related injuries. According to the American Burn Association, roughly 500,000 such injuries requiring medical attention occur every year. Of those, approximately 4,000 people ultimately lose their lives. A burn victim experiences a tremendous amount of pain […]

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February 24th, 2017

Category:
Labor and Employment | Personal Injury Law
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How Hard is it to Win a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?

Unfortunately, medical malpractice lawsuits are among the hardest cases to win. Knowing you will face many obstacles, it is imperative that you hire an attorney who has years of experience handling medical malpractice cases. Otherwise, you will likely fight an uphill battle only to lose. Although you will face numerous challenges in trying to win […]

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Posted on:
February 17th, 2017

Category:
Personal Injury Law