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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What is FMCSA and How is it Protecting Public Safety?

What is FMCSA and How is it Protecting Public Safety?

The FMCSA is responsible for all aspects of trucking. However, in our everyday lives we don’t often think about all the rules and regulations that go into keeping our highways safe. Public safety is something we tend to ignore because safety on our highways is an expectation.

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Why Do Personal Injury Lawyers Turn Down Cases?

Why Do Personal Injury Lawyers Turn Down Cases?

Personal Injury Lawyers offer free case evaluations to get a better idea of whether there’s potential for a successful case. This initial consultation doesn’t qualify an attorney-client relationship. There are instances where a lawyer will offer a free case evaluation, and then decide not to take on the case.

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Top 5 Reasons For Retaining A Board Certified Lawyer

Top 5 Reasons For Retaining A Board Certified Lawyer

A Board Certified lawyer means experience, dedication, and ethics. For a Personal Injury lawyer, Board Certification is a mark of excellence. Patients would never trust a doctor lacking Board Certification with their care. The same discretion is necessary in retaining a lawyer. Victims should retain a Board Certified lawyer when it comes to who they trust to seek justice post-accident. The problem is, many potential clients don’t know that lawyers can even be Board Certified.

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How Do Personal Injury Clients Make or Break Cases?

How Do Personal Injury Clients Make or Break Cases?

Personal Injury clients can make or break a case! This article will cover the top three things clients do that break their case, and the one thing that can almost guarantee a favorable outcome. Our Shaked Law Resource provides factual, truthful legal materials to better assist those seeking Personal Injury representation.

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Why Are Helicopter Accidents Almost Always Fatal?

Why Are Helicopter Accidents Almost Always Fatal?

Helicopter accidents are almost always fatal. It’s a rule of thumb that the smaller the vessel, the more likely it is that an accident occurs. Mechanics of small vessels such as helicopters are not meant for traveling long distances. This is due to the risk of failure that increases the longer the craft is in the air. In air travel, helicopters in particular have one of the highest rates of fatal mechanical failure.

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How Do Dram Shop Laws Protect Public Safety?

How Do Dram Shop Laws Protect Public Safety?

Dram Shop Laws are an aspect of social host liability. These laws discourage serving alcohol to someone who is already under the influence. However, this isn’t the only reason for Dram Shop Laws. Social host liability holds the host of a private gathering responsible for an injury or death directly caused by serving alcohol to a guest. Dram Shop Laws are in place to hold an establishment such as a bar or a restaurant liable for the negligent actions of a patron.

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Hit and Run Accidents Don’t Disqualify Victims From Compensation

Hit and Run Accidents Don't Disqualify Victims From Compensation

Hit and run accidents occur when a driver flees the scene after causing injury to another driver. Drivers that run from the scene of an accident are actively committing a crime. They could even be committing a felony, in the case of serious bodily harm to the victim. The legal consequences for causing a hit and run accident may include specific penalties when another driver, pedestrian, or biker sustains injuries.

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Motorcycle Helmet Laws in Florida Lack Safety

Motorcycle Helmet Laws in Florida Lack Safety

Florida doesn’t require motorcycle riders over the age of 21 to wear a helmet! How many times have we been driving down one of Florida’s highways only to see someone on a motorcycle without a helmet? While riding a motorcycle can be a fun, enjoyable way to navigate the traffic congested Florida roads, most riders don’t protect themselves properly to do so.

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What is Workplace Wrongful Death?

What is Workplace Wrongful Death?

Workplace wrongful death is one of the most tragic things to happen to thousands of families every year. Loved ones head to work expecting to return home at the end of the day. Then tragedy strikes, and family members receive the call: “there’s been an accident”. Receiving this kind of phone call is the beginning of what will become an emotionally trying time for a grief stricken family.

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What is Wrongful Death Litigation After Accident?

What is Wrongful Death Litigation After Accident?

Wrongful death litigation. It’s difficult to think about the loss of a loved one. Even under natural circumstances (old age, after a long and happy life), It’s difficult to think of losing someone close to us. However, when a person dies due to the recklessness of another, the surviving family is left in turmoil. This mental anguish brought upon the surviving family after wrongful death may entitle them to pursue legal action.

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What is a Class Action lawsuit?

What is a Class Action lawsuit?

Many of us aren’t familiar with what a Class Action lawsuit encompasses, but we should be. This Shaked Law Resource article will provide the information those who may have come to harm need to be familiar with in order to successfully recover the compensation that may be owed to them.

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