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Monthly Archives: May 2022


3 Common Car Accident TBIs

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People can sustain head injuries in a variety of ways, like falls and even violent assaults. One of the most common ways to suffer a head injury, however, is in a car accident, where blunt force impacts and whiplash-like movements can cause serious brain injuries. We’ve included a list of some head injuries that… Read More »

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Did You Suffer A Soft Tissue Injury In A Slip And Fall Accident?

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The violent impact that so often accompanies slip and fall accidents can result in a wide range of injuries, the most serious of which could require emergency medical attention. A person should head to the hospital, for instance, after suffering a broken bone, head trauma, or severe laceration. There are, however, some injuries that,… Read More »

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Distracted Driving Awareness

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Unfortunately, even those who consider themselves to be safe and conscientious drivers could end up involved in a collision because of another person’s distracted driving. The injuries sustained in these collisions tend to be severe and injured parties are often forced to look beyond their own insurance policies to recover compensation for their medical… Read More »

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Recovery After A Sun Glare-Related Car Accident

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As summer approaches, drivers should be sure to start preparing for the dangers that can come with sunnier weather. While sun glare might not be the first thing that comes to mind, the reality is that blinding sun causes thousands of accidents every year. Although sun glare is natural and to a large degree,… Read More »

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