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Stem Cell Treatments Deceptions

The FDA reported on stem cell treatments in a consumer update. Researchers hope that stem cells will one day be effective in the treatment of many medical issues and diseases. However, unproven stem-cell treatments can be unsafe. Therefore, it is…

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Personal Injury: Cognitive Distraction

Personal Injury: Cognitive Distraction Cognitive distraction is a way of describing driver inattention; for example, not keeping your eyes and mind on the road. Cognitive distraction can be as dangerous as driving while intoxicated. This article will discuss the dangers…

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Personal Injury: Assumption of Risk

Personal Injury: Assumption of Risk When an individual is injured because of someone else’s negligence they may be eligible for compensation through personal injury claims. However, if the person was injured during a risky activity that they voluntarily participated in,…

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Valuing Injuries: Burn Injuries

Valuing Injuries: Burn Injuries An accident can result in a variety of injuries to occupants of a vehicle or pedestrians. This article will discuss burn injuries and how much to expect in a personal injury claim settlement. It must be noted…

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Determining and Proving Liability

Determining and Proving Liability Determining fault in a personal injury claim is a key issue to knowing the person responsible for paying compensation. Therefore, there is need to know who is responsible for the accident and prove it. This article…

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Factors Affecting your Settlement Claim

Factors Affecting your Settlement Claim Many variables affect the value of a car accident settlement, however, four factors are of particular importance: Consistency of your version of events In a personal injury case you will most likely give multiple explanations…

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Personal Injury: Reasonable Care of Drivers

Personal Injury: Reasonable Care of Drivers When going through a personal injury claim the plaintiff must prove that the defendant was negligent. This can be done by showing the following elements: The law required the defendant to be reasonably careful The…

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