From Greenstick Fracture To Amputation: Why This May Be Medical Malpractice

Posted on: 18 April 2018

A greenstick fracture is a bone break whereby one or more bones are broken across the transverse section of the bone(s) to the middle of the bone(s). Greenstick fractures are typically only found in children teens, but young adults can have them too. If you were in an accident and came into the hospital with an open greenstick fracture (i.e., broken bones jutting out through the flesh), and you ended up with an amputation, this may be grounds for medical malpractice.
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First Things First: Taking Action After A Car Wreck

Posted on: 19 March 2018

Nobody makes plans to get in a car wreck, and when it happens, it can really disrupt a life. When you consider how an injury accident affects you, you can understand it, but be ready for it? Probably not. Your actions, especially those right after the wreck can affect the way you heal from your injury and the way you are compensated. Read on to learn more about taking action after a car wreck.
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Ways To Know If You Have A Valid Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Posted on: 23 February 2018

When someone close to you dies it is natural to feel deep grief, but the pain can be even more intense when death is the result of someone else's actions. While money can't replace a person or take away the pain of loss, family members may be entitled to a financial settlement on behalf of the deceased loved one. Continue reading to learn more about what is required to file a lawsuit for wrongful death: 
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When Will A Person Actually Receive Your Check For Your Auto Accident Damages?

Posted on: 31 December 2017

The question most pressing on accident victims' minds is how soon after resolving their cases would they receive their compensation checks. It depends on whether you settled your case or went to trial. Here's what you need to know about how early you can expect your payment so you can plan accordingly. After Settling Your Case When you settle your case with the liable party—or the insurance company tasked with reimbursing you for your damages—you'll receive your check fairly quickly afterward, usually within 30 days.
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