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The Invisible Car Accident Injury

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Injuries from car accidents run the gamut from bruises and being “shaken up” to something far more serious. There is a class of injury, however, that appears to hide from all but the victim. Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can be slow to appear and the manner this disorder asserts itself can be deceptive. Read on to find out more about how a TBI from a car accident deserves special handling. Read More»

Steps To Take If Your Suspect Nursing Home Abuse

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When you make the decision to move an elderly loved one into a nursing home, it is normal to expect that your loved one will be treated kindly and with dignity, while receiving the appropriate level of care that he or she may need. Unfortunately, not all people are cut out to work in a nursing home facility, and it is possible for an elderly resident to suffer abuse by the hands of his or her caretakers. Read More»

Four Different Variations In Alimony Payments

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If you are considering a divorce, you may be ordered by a judge to pay alimony to your spouse. Although the laws regarding alimony vary by state, when alimony payments are made, it is usually the spouse making the greater income that is required to pay money to the spouse making the smaller income. However, there are different variations of alimony that you may be required to pay. The following are the most common. Read More»

How To Recover Lost Wages From A Vehicle Accident If You Are Self-Employed

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If you are employed and injured in a vehicle crash, you may not be able to work for weeks or even months, meaning a great loss of income. In addition to recovering standard wages, you are allowed to recover wages lost from sick days, vacation days, and bonus days. However, if you are self-employed, recovering lost wages will be more challenging, since self-employed income is often unpredictable. Here are some tips to recover lost wages from a vehicle accident for the self-employed. Read More»

Two Tips To Help You Win Your Medical Malpractice Case

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Enduring injury at the hands of a medical professional can be a very traumatic experience.  The event is often life altering because you likely placed a good deal of faith in the hands of your doctor.  When this trust is broken, it’s important that you receive every bit of the restitution that you deserve.  If you have a pending medical malpractice lawsuit, use this information to learn more about how you can build a rock solid case that helps you win when you go to court. Read More»

3 Good Reasons To Suspend Your Social Media Pages After An Accident

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When you’ve been injured in an accident and are involved in a personal injury lawsuit, the smartest thing that you can do to help yourself is to suspend your social media accounts. Most people simply don’t realize how much information they give away about themselves through such sites, nor the way that the information can be used and viewed when taken out of context. Here are 3 good reasons you should suspend your social media sites until after you’ve spoken with your attorney (and maybe until after the case is settled). Read More»