Clearing Up The Uncertainty: The Personal Injury Process

Posted on: 23 September 2017

If you have been injured in a car accident and it was the fault of the other driver, you may be experiencing some confusing and stressful days. As if dealing with your injuries were not bad enough, you may also begin to feel the financial pinch of missing work and the increased budget woes that can come with such a big event. It may help you to deal with your situation by knowing what might lie ahead for you, so read on to get an idea of the personal injury process in simplified terms.
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Three Types Of Compensation You May Be Entitled To Due To A Dog Bite

Posted on: 11 September 2017

If you are attacked by a dog and bitten, you should seek medical attention immediately. You also want to identify the dog's owner. If you are bitten on someone's property this will be apparent. But sometimes it will be a dog running loose in a residential neighborhood. In this case, if you ask any witness to the attack, they will usually know who the dog belongs to. Once you have this information and have been released from a doctor's care, you will need to speak to an attorney.
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Should You Choose Massage Or Acupuncture For Motorcycle Whiplash Injuries?

Posted on: 29 August 2017

Whiplash injuries occur when your neck moves backward and forwards too quickly, causing the ligaments and muscles of the neck to stretch beyond their usual limits.  In some cases, the vertebrae and nerves of the neck and back can be damaged, causing major pain issues.  If you hurt your neck while in a motorcycle accident, people might recommend that you get either massage therapy or acupuncture. But how do you know which treatment to choose?
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Pushing A General Pain Claim Through The VA System

Posted on: 24 August 2017

Some Veterans Affairs (VA) claims are based on conventionally observable evidence. A broken arm will have bruises, or evidence of breaking from an X-ray/other types of imagery, or expose to a chemical will show the chemical reaction either on the surface or during a blood test. Some problems caused by long past incidents that may have not been documented--or documented properly--can be difficult to prove while still being a major obstacle to a successful life as a veteran.
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