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  • Injured in a Slip and Fall Accident?

    Slip and fall accidents are not unusual and they can happen anytime and anywhere, including in a parking lot, on a sidewalk, in a shopping mall or any other location where you may encounter an unsafe condition. The term “slip and fall” refers to situations where an individual trips or slips while wa … Read more »

  • Most Common Birth Injuries

    Complications can arise directly before, during, or after childbirth, which can cause injuries to the infant and impact a child’s ability to live a long and healthy life.  In many cases, a birth injury is an overwhelming occurrence that could not have been prevented or expected.  However, in relativ … Read more »

  • Traumatic Spinal Cord Injuries

    One of the most devastating injuries that can be caused by an accident and ultimately result in a legal claim is an injury to the spinal cord. These injuries are referred to as traumatic spinal cord injuries as they are caused by an external impact or injury that damages the spinal cord. It is estim … Read more »

  • Contributory Negligence in Motor Vehicle Accident Claims

    In the case of a motor vehicle accident legal claim, it is very common for the defendant to allege that the injured party (the plaintiff) contributed to the occurrence or the seriousness of the accident.  This is referred to as contributory negligence and it is an essential element to consider when … Read more »

  • The 8 Most Commonly Misdiagnosed Illnesses

    One of the most common forms of medical malpractice is misdiagnosis.  This occurs when a doctor either fails to make a diagnosis or misdiagnoses the patient with the wrong illness.  A patient who has been misdiagnosed can continue to suffer injury if they are not receiving the treatment required for … Read more »