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3 Reasons You Should Always See a Doctor After a Car Accident

It happened: You were in a car accident. Out of nowhere, a pickup truck hit you from behind. Although your car was crushed in places and you smacked into the guardrail, you feel lucky to be alive. In fact, you don’t feel anything other than a bit of discomfort from the airbag's suddenly deploying against your body. Should you just go home and be glad you walked away after exchanging... [Continue Reading]

Three best qualities that define a DUI attorney

Legal battles are never easy to fight! Every legal case comes with some complications that should get addressed carefully.  Have you or anyone you know is accused of DUI (Driving Under the Influence)? If yes, then things might go against you or the one you know. It might end up costing your license along with excessive fines. And sometimes, people guilty of DUI also lose out on their... [Continue Reading]

The Emotional and Psychological Impact of a Traumatic Brain Injury

The term Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can describe a wide range of injuries. At the mild end of the spectrum are concussions of various degrees, and at the more severe end there are cases where the skull is fractured and foreign objects do damage to the brain. Clearly, TBIs can have serious physical effects. However, it’s also important to be aware of the very real emotional and... [Continue Reading]

5 Rules to Remember to Guide You in Dealing Traffic Offenses

Like many people, you probably agree that there's nothing more humiliating than getting pulled over by a police officer and handed a ticket. Whether it's for a minor moving violation like a speeding ticket or something more serious like a DUI, you'll need to take some sort of action to remedy the situation. But before you make a move, it helps to understand what the implications are for your... [Continue Reading]

5 Tips to Get the Best Possible Outcome in an Accident Claim

You make a point of paying attention to all that goes on around you when on the road. You are an alert and conscientious driver. Unfortunately not everyone has the same attitude. If you have been in an accident and it was not your fault, then you should build up a case and sue the responsible party. Murphy's Law states that what can go wrong will go wrong. Safe and considerate driving, following... [Continue Reading]

Did Someone Have an Accident While Driving Your Car?

You’re a nice person, which is why you let a close friend or family member borrow your car. You expect your vehicle to come back with at least a full tank of gas, not a huge dent in the side. While your ride is insured, you still may be uncertain as to who’s responsible or how to proceed if you weren’t behind the wheel when the accident occurred. So, what do you do? Realize That... [Continue Reading]

Understanding the intricate details of a personal injury lawyer

In the event that you are someone who travels a lot or you are someone who is an athlete, then the likelihood of you getting some kind of injury done on yourself is quite high. Most of the times, the injury can result because of no fault of your own. Under these circumstances, you are liable to legally sue the person who caused you your injury and get a hefty sum as compensation. These injuries... [Continue Reading]

Taking a Proactive Stance to Small Business Intellectual Property Management

Although innovation in the small business sector continues to expand, they are doing so in closer proximity to other incremental innovations and a climate of more challenging patent legislation. This creates an atmosphere where proactive intellectual property management is a crucial challenge. The USPTO records from the Trademark Electronic Search System (TESS) show that they received between 440... [Continue Reading]

A Few Steps You Can Take to Become a Safer Driver Today

Everyone has to take a driver’s education course in order to get a driver’s license. Unfortunately, many Americans don’t follow the rules they learn in driver’s education, and each year, many Americans end up in car crashes. Many of these car crashes end up causing serious injuries, or worse, fatalities. The fact is, around 25% of Americans are going to end up in a car... [Continue Reading]

What Should You Do After A Bicycle Accident?

Many people use a bike to help the environment, save money, and stay in shape. Biking comes with many benefits to an individual’s health and wallet. Unfortunately, there can be risks to biking as well. Each year, many cyclists end up in crashes with motor vehicles, and these crashes often lead to severe injuries. In many cases, when a car crashes into a biker, it can even lead to death. As,... [Continue Reading]