Archive for February 2019

Healthcare Workers Are Violating Patient Care, But Personal Injury Lawyers Are Fighting Back

It could be a nurse that’s having marital problems at home and brings her anger to work, lashing out at her vulnerable patient, or a caregiver such as a CNA (certified nursing assistant) that’s not properly trained in conditions such as Alzheimer’s or has little patience for a crying child, thus he or she becomes annoyed with the patient and uses physical force to subdue them, this all constitutes a form of assault and victims must seek legal advice from an experienced Personal Injury lawyer as quickly as possible.

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CRPS Pain Can Be Lifelong, But Early Prognosis is Promising for Management

According to medical professionals with extensive knowledge of the disease expression, there is no specific test that can confirm a CRPS diagnosis. CRPS is what’s known as a “diagnosis of exclusion” or a “clinical diagnosis”. A clinical diagnosis is made by a qualified physician when there is no standardized medical test available to provide further insight into the patient’s condition.

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The Personal Injury Perspective on Traumatic Brain Injury

Many lawyers, while experienced in the standard practice of Personal Injury law, are not equipped to handle the complexities of a TBI case. This article will seek to provide our readers with an in-depth look at why only the most experienced lawyers should represent brain injury cases.

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The Top 3 Reasons Accident Lawyers Take Cases to Trial

In this article we’ll explore why senior lawyers will choose to go to trial when mediation stalls or won’t provide just compensation for the client, rather than be given the runaround by the insurance company’s team of lawyers. We’ll provide a lawyer-backed presentation of the Top 3 Reasons cases to go to trial and then, in Part 2, the Top 3 Reasons they don’t (and don’t have to).

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Punitive Damages and the Importance in Personal Injury Cases

Expert witnesses and demonstrative aides are all part of an experienced lawyer’s “legal toolbox”; Board Certified lawyers keep their “toolbox” fully stocked and organized, even if they may not utilize every “tool” in every case. The rationale behind this is simple: a Board Certified lawyer knows that a well-prepared, carefully presented case is the only way to ensure their client is compensated for what may be a lifetime of pain and suffering caused by the negligent actions of another.

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Defective Products and the Law: It’s Not the Consumer’s Fault

Product Liability Law is a broad definition for a specific area of the law. It includes, but is not limited to, the legal rules consisting of who’s responsible for defective or inherently dangerous products or services provided to the public. Defective products used in a reasonable manner but still cause injury are never the fault of the consumer.

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Nursing Home Abuse: Florida’s Senior Population is Vulnerable

While visiting grandparents or elderly relatives at a nursing home or an assisted living facility, reminiscing and enjoying a meal or activity as a family, we want to know our loved one is receiving the best care. The last thing on our mind should be that someone could be causing an elderly loved one harm, neglecting them, abusing them, or that they’re suffering in any way at the hands of those assigned to care for them.

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