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Value of Injuries

Catastrophic events, such as plane crashes, train or watercraft collisions, or pedestrian knockdowns by vehicles, cause death and severe injuries like limb paralysis, decapitation, internal organ and brain damage, spinal fractures, etc. Victim’s damages resulting from a traumatic occurrence are divided in general into...

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Traumatic Brain Injury: Life-Care Costs 

It is dark inside the brain. No one can see the brain. It receives information and communicates with all our organs (including eyes transferring the outside world’s images) via nerves. Very few blood vessels reach the brain to carry medications. The silent grey mass works non-stop from our birth to death...

Crash Caused Concussion/Traumatic Brain Injury

Even low speed crashes may lead to the vehicle occupant’s discectomy, concussion, and permanent damages. Neither the impacted vehicle visual damage nor body restraining systems, nor unrecorded speed of vehicles...

Brain Scans
Lifelong Consequences of Injuries

Catastrophic life altering injuries may arise from vehicle, train, watercraft or airplane crashes, equipment or product malfunction, gas pipe or flammable liquid explosions, work accidents, or medical malpractice. Such injuries may result in...

Leg Injury
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Nursing Home Injuries Are Predictable and Preventable 

Elderly, vulnerable, and feeble residents in nursing homes are in most cases confused and completely reliant upon the facility’s staff for their well-being. The entire purpose of surrendering the loved ones by their families to the nursing home is to take individualized care of admittees...

Work Injury Compensation From The
At-Fault-Parties and Worker's Employer

An injured employee may seek compensation for work injury from parties which caused the injurious event (e.g., a defective device manufacturer or a vehicle driver who triggered a collision) and the employer if the injury arose out of and in the course of employment and the...

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Determination of Liability For 
Causing Motor Vehicle Collisions

In ascertaining which vehicle caused a collision, rules of the road apply to each situation regardless of weather conditions, incident location being on a public or private property or which vehicle was the impactor. A vehicle owner’s insurance carrier of the at-fault party will pay for...

To Sue Or Not To Sue 

This question enters the mind of many people who are upset with a bad product or service, or breach of an agreement. In order to answer this question and make a decision, one must consider the following factors...

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Pedestrian Path
Pedestrians' Rights And Duties

In vehicle collisions involving pedestrians, a vehicle driver’s liability may be significantly reduced or completely eliminated by the pedestrian’s conduct being in violation of state, federal or municipal laws.Pedestrian (including children darting out onto roadways) related laws are abstracted and summarized here to serve as a guide but not as a subject exhaustive treaty.

Historic Precedent: Belarus Courts Enforce U.S. Court Judgment 

Will the Republic of Belarus judicial system treat U.S. businesses per American notions of justice? Recent Belarus courts’ decisions in a precedent-setting case bode well for U.S. technology exporters, R&D joint ventures, reciprocal investments and beneficial business with Belarus...

How to Get Out Of Contracts

Every person enters into various contracts every day. Whenever two parties agreed to meet at a certain place and time, they enter into a contract. A promise to deliver or do anything for anyone is a binding contract. Penalties for violation of such contracts can be minimal and can reach millions of dollars...

Contract Review
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