Comparative Negligence in Truck Accident Cases

Accidents happen every day. Truck accidents are particularly dangerous and can result in catastrophic injuries or even death. A typical passenger vehicle is no match for a commercial truck weighing over 80,000 pounds.

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5 Signs Your Child Suffered a Preventable Birth Injury

The birth of your baby should bring joy and induce a celebratory moment among you, your family, and your friends. However, these celebrations may not last for long. You may realize that there is something wrong with your son or daughter, only for you to find out they've suffered a severe birth injury.

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Common Causes of Truck Accidents

Collisions involving trucks often have catastrophic consequences. The sheer size of commercial trucks, with some weighing over 30,000 pounds, makes other motorists vulnerable to severe injuries and fatalities. Catastrophic collisions are often caused by large trucks, including:

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What Makes Motorcycle Accident Lawsuits Different?

Motorcycle riders have the same rights as other road users. Other motorists on the road should respect motorcycle riders and have their safety in mind. However, this isn't always the case. Drivers on roads often fail to see, and even disregard motorcyclists, leading to serious accidents and life changing injuries.

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The Most Common Misdiagnosis

When you visit your doctor, you expect a timely and accurate diagnosis of your medical condition. Unfortunately, misdiagnosis, delays in diagnosis, or failure to diagnose happen every day in the medical field — often, with life-threatening consequences. But what do you do if you suspect you’ve been misdiagnosed?

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What is the treatment for shoulder dystocia?

The severity of a shoulder dystocia injury can range from a dislocated shoulder to debilitating life-long injuries such as cerebral palsy.

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What are the warning signs of shoulder dystocia?

Shoulder Dystocia is a medical term used by doctors to describe a situation where a baby’s shoulder gets “stuck” against the mother’s pelvic bone as the baby pushes through the birth canal.  It occurs in less than 1% of all live births in the U.S.

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