Common Tests You Can Expect for Head and Brain Injuries

Categories: Personal Injury

head and brain injury

Your skull and membranes protect your brain. Both work together to create a hard shell and padding. But in a severe accident, they might not be enough. When an accident is catastrophic enough to harm brain function, it is called a traumatic brain injury (TBI). TBIs range from a mild concussion to serious brain trauma….

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What Are Lost Services of a Loved One?

Categories: Wrongful Death

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After the death of a loved one, family members are left dealing with an aftermath that includes the absence of services their loved one provided to them or their minor children. These services are not professional, but instead are part of the family structure. The services would include income, the loved one’s help in raising…

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How to Share the Road Safely with Motorcycles

Categories: Motorcycle Accidents

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With the warmer weather finally here, you might find yourself sharing the road with multiple motorcycles. There is something about the freedom that comes from a motorcycle. When the temperatures are just right, you can get out, get fresh air, and sometimes even get to and from work while spending less in gas. Whether you…

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Can an Employer Be Responsible for an Employee’s Car Accident?

Categories: Car Accidents

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When you are involved in a motor vehicle accident and the other driver caused that accident, you assume that they would be held responsible for your injuries. In most instances, this is the case. However, there are times when the driver is involved in an accident while performing their regular job duties. This scenario opens…

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What Happens after a DUI Accident?

Categories: Car Accidents

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Drunk driving accidents often lead to severe injuries to drivers and passengers involved in the collision. For the driver who was intoxicated, that accident will not only result in a DUI citation, potential jail time, and fines, but it might also lead to an injury lawsuit. In most states, driving while under the influence and…

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How Serious Is a Brain Injury?

Categories: Personal Injury

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A brain injury of any kind can cause destruction or permanent deterioration of the brain cells. In the United States, brain injuries occur more frequently than you might realize – with 2.6 million people per year suffering from some type of brain injury. Many die from traumatic brain injuries each year, because the human body…

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Can You Sue a Daycare for a Wrongful Death?

Categories: Wrongful Death

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Washington State’s Compassionate Wrongful Death Attorneys You see these tragedies on the news and think it could never happen to your family. After all, you have carefully screened your daycare options. You picked one that was certified, had a positive record, and one that you had every reason to trust. You might have even used…

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What to Expect as the Plaintiff of a Personal Injury Case

Categories: Personal Injury

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Trusted Washington Personal Injury Attorneys You have been injured, and now you are thinking about hiring an attorney. You know you need an attorney to represent your legal rights, and you want to receive the most compensation possible in your case. But, you find yourself curious about the process. What does it look like? What…

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How Does Drunk Driving Affect My Car Accident Case?

Categories: Car Accidents

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Experienced Car Accident Lawyers Serving Washington State Residents Injury cases are difficult enough, but when one driver was intoxicated at the time of the accident, the situation becomes even more complicated. Today, we focus on the issue of drunk driving and how that might affect a personal injury case. There are two instances where drunk…

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