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January 2016 Archives

Medical bills after a crash might lead to claims for compensation

Being involved in a serious car accident is an event that can be a turning point in your life. Depending on the severity of the injuries you suffered, you might not be able to carry on with life as you knew it before the accident. In some cases, your injuries might be so severe that you can't even work. We know that you don't want the rest of your life defined by a car accident. We can't take away your injuries; however, we can help you to seek compensation for them.

Crosswalks can cause pedestrians to be injured

Some studies claim that crosswalks actually make it more likely for pedestrians to be injured while crossing the street. As a result, many places have started removing crosswalks. This doesn't mean there aren't always signals, but that the lines are not painted on the pavement.

Domestic violence can lead to brain injuries

Brain injuries are often associated with injuries caused by accidents; however, that isn't the only way that brain injuries can occur. Some victims of domestic violence can suffer from brain injuries. Sadly, these victims are often left to deal with the effects of the injuries without being able to seek medical care.

Not all motorcycle accidents are the biker's fault!

Motorcycle accidents are horrific accidents that can cause serious injuries or death to the motorcyclist. In these accidents, people will sometimes wrongfully accuse the motorcyclist of driving in an unsafe manner. The truth is that there are many motorcycle accidents that are caused by the driver of the car or truck that slammed into the motorcycle. We know that many motorcylists drive in a safe manner. We also understand how particularly devastating a motorcycle accident can be on a person's life and finances.

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