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Children and Medical Malpractice Cases

When a child is injured the parent is usually the person that has to consider filing for medical malpractice. There are times when a medical procedure just has a bad outcome and is not a case of malpractice. However, when…

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Time Frames – Youth Accident Claims

When a child is injured as a result of someone else’s negligence they are eligible to receive compensation. Such compensation is received by filing a personal injury claim. To receive such compensation it is important to file the claim within…

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Property Damage Personal Injury Claim

When people hear the term personal injury claim, they assume it refers to a claim made when someone is injured. While this is true to some extent, personal injury claims include property damage caused by accidents. Where a car accident…

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Time Frames and Personal Injury Claims

Claimant’s commonly ask with regards to personal injury claims: “How long will it take to resolve my claim?” No personal injury attorney, even a seasoned one, will give an exact time frame. Rather, it is likely that their response will…

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Discovery Rule and Statute of Limitations

Generally, a wrongful death happens when someone’s negligence or intentional act takes away the life of another. Such an action results in damages given to the surviving family members. This article will discuss the exception to the statute of limitations…

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Time Limit on Claims

Generally, a wrongful death happens when someone’s negligence or intentional act takes away the life of another. Such an action results in damages given to the surviving family members, but a time limit is set. A wrongful death is not…

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Design Defect: Proving Your Case

Some car accident cases may result in a finding that none of the drivers involved are liable for the accident. In fact, in some cases liability may fall on the manufacturer of the vehicle who put it on the road.…

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Preventable Deaths CDC Stats Pt. 2

This article will discuss what is termed as ‘preventable deaths’ according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). According to one study there are five leading causes of death in the country. These include: Diseases of the heart,…

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Preventable Deaths CDC Stats Pt. 1

Of all the injuries that happen at a worksite many of these are preventable. One article noted, “When a person has been harmed to the point he or she has little to no chance of recovering, the individual often dies…

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