Recovering from Injury

What Makes Truck Accident Cases Different From Other Cases?

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Truck drivers have special considerations when it comes to roadway safety and the effect of an accident. Truck drivers must carry higher liability insurance limits than most other drivers, and they are bound by a series of federal and state regulations that don’t apply to standard vehicle drivers. If you’ve been involved in an accident with a truck driver, it’s important to understand what makes it unique. Here are a few things that you should consider.…

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You Slipped And Fell... Should You Sue?

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Slipping and falling in a store or on someone else’s property is never an enjoyable experience. Whether you’re seriously injured or just a little bruised, it is natural to be angry that such an incident occurred. One of your first thoughts may be to hire a personal injury attorney to sue the owner of the property. After all, this scenario is often portrayed on television and in the media! But suing the property owner is not always possible or even the right choice.…

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Prime Examples Of EMT Negligence

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Whenever a medical emergency arises, people turn to EMT personnel for help. An EMT can provide stabilizing care during the ambulance ride to a hospital emergency room. If you contact an ambulance for help, you or your loved one expect to arrive at the emergency room as safely as possible. Deaths in an ambulance can’t always be attributed to a medical condition. In some cases, EMT negligence can contribute to a premature death.…

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