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Non-Economic Damages and Brain Injury

Generally any brain injury is hard to deal with and aren’t as obvious as other types of injuries may be. Additionally, brain injury cases, unlike other types of injury cases, are complex and are just as costly for victims. There…

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Compensation: Catastrophic Injury

Catastrophic injury is ‘one where the consequences of the injury permanently prevent an individual from performing any gainful work.’ What compensation would a person claim for after suffering catastrophic injuries? Note that the damages are often greater than a standard…

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Catastrophic Injury: What Is It?

A Belfast Telegraph on February 28, 2019 was entitled Drink Drive Belfast Woman Who Hit Pedestrian Causing Catastrophic Injuries Jailed. It reported how the male pedestrian suffered catastrophic injuries from the accident. These injuries included “the loss of his left…

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Brain Injuries: Myth and Fact

Statistics show that car accidents are the leading cause of brain injuries in the United States. Brain injuries go unnoticed as many individuals do not realize when they have suffered a brain injury after an accident. This in itself can…

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Are You Seriously Injured?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that “more than 2.5 million people went to hospital emergency departments…nearly 200 000 admitted due to motor vehicle crash injuries in 2012”. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports “……

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Dealing with Aggressive Drivers

AAA reported that “almost 80% of motorists in the United States confessed that they have been angry with other people while driving”. In some cases, that anger rose to the point of aggression or road rage. Men are three times…

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Compensation for Mental Injuries

Generally, personal injury claims are based on the negligent acts of people. And how such acts lead to another being injured through a car accident, slip and fall or medical error. Some accident effects can result in significant psychological or…

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Wrongful Death Claims: Pedestrian Accidents

The Washington Post in an article posted on January 23, 2019 stated that, “Between 2008 and 2017 nationally, 49 340 pedestrians were killed”. The article recorded that “Pedestrian safety is not getting better. We are on record highs in killing pedestrians.…

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