How Much Compensation Will I Get for a Spinal Injury?

How Much Compensation Will I Get for a Spinal Injury?

October 10,2018

After a serious spinal injury, victims often wonder, "how much compensation will I get for a spinal injury?" To find the answer, it's important to understand the nature and seriousness of spinal injuries, as well as the types of damages that can be covered in a settlement. Spinal cord injuries (SCIs) are catastrophic traumas which often produce partial or complete paralysis, a range of other lifelong physical challenges...

What Is a Catastrophic Injury?

October 03,2018

Catastrophic injuries are so disastrous that their effects leave the victim’s body permanently ruined. Brain damage (traumatic brain injury – TBI) and/or spinal cord injury which can cause mental incapacitation and physical handicap are two such catastrophic injuries. Many burn injuries may leave the victim physically altered and impaired. Other catastrophic injuries can produce serious internal organ damage, or loss o...

Internal Injuries & Organ Damage

March 26,2018

Internal injuries refer to wounds that occur to major thoracic or abdominal organs. When an organ is severely damaged in an accident, it can lead to organ failure of one of one or more of the major functions of the body. How a vehicle accident victim is affected by damage to a major organ depends upon the severity of the injury and its location. Causes of Internal Organ Damage There are many types of accidents that can r...

Five (at least) Advantages of Having an Attorney Managing your Personal Injury Claim

December 11,2017

When you’ve been in an accident caused by someone else, you are confronted by a decision pretty early on about whether you should handle your injury claim yourself or hand it to a lawyer. Some of you might even know someone who works (or has worked) in the legal or insurance professions and is happy to “help” you. That’s all well and good if your doctor has given you a clean bill of health after a thorough exam....

New Report Shows Bicyclist Fatalities Continue to Rise, and Why

November 20,2017

Many years ago, it was primarily children who rode bicycles, and most of those killed in bike crashes were kids. But in the past 30 years, bike riding has become more of an adult activity: biking for fitness, as a daily commute to and from work, and running errands close to home.  According to a recently released report, the average age of cyclists killed in collisions in 2015 was 45, with 85 percent of those victims bein...

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