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Accidents that May Result in Traumatic Brain Injuries

Every year, approximately 2.6 million people suffer because of some type of brain injury in the United States. There are several reasons for this type of injury, including a tumor, stroke, trauma or another illness. Of those 2.6 million victims, 52,000 die each year due to a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and more than five million who have suffered this injury require some type of ongoing assistance in handling day to day tasks. Not only are TBIs dangerous because they

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5 Reasons Your Airbag May Not Deploy

Modern airbag technology has received credit for preventing millions of severe injuries and saving countless lives. While airbags are considered one of the most important safety features on vehicles today, if there are defects in the manufacturing process or in the design, it may result in them failing or not deploying properly when they are needed most. If an airbag fails to deploy when a crash occurs, the passengers and driver don’t have anything to protect them from a severe

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Child Passenger Safety and Personal Injury Claims

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in the United States, a leading cause of death among children is motor vehicle injuries. In 2015 alone, 663 children under the age of 12 died as occupants in car crashes – 35% were not buckled up. Over 121,350 children were injured in motor vehicle crashes in 2014. In one CDC study, it was found that over 618,000 children between the ages of 0 and 12 years rode in vehicles

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Proving Intervening Cause in a Florida Injury Case

When a personal injury lawsuit is filed in the state of Florida, the plaintiff – along with the help of their personal injury attorney – has to prove particular facts before they are awarded compensation for the injuries they suffered. The elements that have to be proven will depend on the type of case it is; however, some universal factors are required for all personal injury cases in Florida. One of the most common – yet often contested – elements

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Court-Imposed Sanctions in Place for Not Complying with a Discovery Request

If a person or party files a personal injury lawsuit against someone or another entity, the case will move through several different stages until it ultimately goes to trial. An essential and contentious phase of a personal injury lawsuit occurs during the pre-trial discovery phase. During this phase, the parties are making requests for certain types of evidence from the other party. It is only possible for one party to request evidence that is relevant to the case or that

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The Increasing Trend of Accidents Among Older Truck Drivers in Florida

After you work behind a desk for several decades, driving a truck may seem like a great option. In most cases, if you have a decent driving record, you can make a pretty good living by moving goods from one location to another. You also have the opportunity to see the country. Due to these appealing factors, truck driving has become the chosen profession for those who are getting close to retirement age and many who are past this point.

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