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What to Do After a Catastrophic Injury in Texas

Recovering compensation after a catastrophic injury is of vital importance, because after such an injury you may no longer be able to work and earn, and you could be facing life-long medical expenses. The period immediately after a catastrophic accident is of high stress, and without legal guidance you may be unable to take the right steps in a timely manner. Read on to learn what you need to do in order to develop a strong case for compensation. A catastrophic injury, as the name suggests, is a serious one. Recovery can take time and often, complete recovery may not…

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Are You a Parent of a Teen Driver? Know Your Liabilities

In the U.S, the risk of motor vehicle accidents is the highest among teens in the 16-19 year category. Teens in this age group are thrice as likely to be involved in a motor crash as compared to drivers that are 20 and above. Because teens are at a higher risk of accidents, their parents are likelier to face liabilities that result from such incidents. A further analysis of high risk groups reveals that male drivers in the age of 16-20 are at a high risk. Teen drivers with teen passengers are at a higher risk because of a number…

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Common Neck and Back Injuries from Car Accidents

Neck and back injuries are amongst the most common injury types that result from a car accident. A neck injury or a back injury can become a persistent and constant pain that severely restricts your movements and interferes with daily activities. Sometimes, multiple surgeries are required to resolve the injuries and bring relief from pain The neck consists of seven vertebrae, each being cushioned from the other by discs that prevent these vertebra from rubbing against one another. The spine carries the spinal cord, which does the work of transferring nerve signals from the brain to different parts of the…

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The Concise Guide to Mediation for Personal Injury Cases

Personal injuries can be settled in court, but that is usually not the first option because chances are that legal recourse to personal injury disputes may drag for long. Mediation is a favored alternative with all involved, including lawyers and insurers. A mediation involves both parties debating the dispute in the presence of a mediator, who is a neutral third party. A mediation happens when both sides want it. A mediation is not binding on any party. It works only if both agree to it. The mediator does not pass judgement, he only offers suggestions. It is an informal process,…

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