Archive for September 2019

Insurance Companies Are Not A Victim’s Friend

When an accident occurs it’s important to remember that insurance companies will never be a victim’s friend. No matter how nice their representatives sound over the phone. Even when meeting with accident victims face to face, this tactic is for their benefit. Insurance companies use smiling faces, glowing reviews, and savvy advertising to trick accident victims into thinking they’re on the same side. Victims should never fall for it!

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What is Traumatic Brain Injury?

What is Traumatic Brain Injury?

The statistics on Traumatic Brain Injury in America are staggering. Approximately 1.7 million traumatic brain injuries occur every year. Traumatic brain injury related hospitalizations, surgeries, and ER visits are some of the costliest medical expenses for a family.

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How Does Amputation Affect Quality of Life?

When something as drastic as an amputation occurs after an accident, a victim may feel that their life has changed for the worst. They may also experience any number of setbacks physically. These setbacks are not linear, and can occur at any time during recovery. The impact of losing a limb can also occur mentally. Victims may feel at peace at one moment, but suffer horrific flashbacks to the accident or the operating room the next. This is the nature of what’s known as “medical PTSD” and often occurs alongside amputation injuries.

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What Happens Post Drunk Driving Accident?

What Happens Post Drunk Driving Accident?

After a drunk driving accident, victims’ have rights. After a person sustains injuries or worse, loses their life as a result of a drunk driving accident, there’s a specific legal process. This ensures the victim has the ability to recover maximum compensation.

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What is Misdiagnosis in Personal Injury Law?

What is Misdiagnosis in Personal Injury Law?

Misdiagnosis is a form of medical malpractice. We watch the true-life television shows, we read news articles that depict the horrors of what happens when a doctor gets it wrong and the price is a patient’s life. But what happens when what’s on page and screen become a victim’s reality? If a client is seeking a medical malpractice lawyer, it’s more than likely they are a victim of medical malpractice.

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What is a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

What is a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

Within the scope of a wrongful death lawsuit there is an ethical approach. While a family can’t put a dollar amount on their loss, there are still financial burdens that must be dealt with posthumously. For this reason, it’s important to obtain a Board Certified attorney to help navigate both the judicial and financial aspects of a wrongful death lawsuit.

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Why is Diagnostic Imaging Important After an Accident?

Why is Diagnostic Imaging Important After an Accident?

To determine what’s best for the client’s recovery, diagnostic imaging is often the first tool utilized in a patient’s treatment plan. The extent of the injury needs to be determined before a plan of action is enacted for their care. In this Shaked Law Resource article we’ll provide the information needed to understand the different types of diagnostic imaging used for specific injuries.

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Why is Board Certification Important in Personal Injury?

Why is Board Certification Important in Personal Injury?

Share This!When we think of “Board Certification”, we think of the best: doctors, surgeons, and professionals who are all-around qualified. “Board certified” signifies that the professional is one of the best at what they do in their chosen profession. This article explains the significance, and what to look for when consulting with a lawyer after…

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How Does A Motorcycle Accident Impact the Brain?

How Does A Motorcycle Accident Impact the Brain?

Motorcycle accidents are one of the leading cause of fatal injuries in the United States. Motorcycle accidents are among the most dangerous of all transportation related injuries Americans sustain every day. This is largely in part because a blow to the skull causes catastrophic trauma. Riding a motorcycle without a helmet exposes riders to grave risks, such as permanent brain damage and fatalities.

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How Does Stroke Misdiagnosis Occur?

How Does Stroke Misdiagnosis Occur?

Medically, a stroke is defined as a sudden death of brain cells due to lack of oxygen. When a stroke occurs, blood flow to the brain is interrupted. This results in abnormal functioning of the brain. The cause of a stroke is usually an artery that ruptures or a block to the vessels in the brain.

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