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Arbitration Agreements Violate Nursing Home Abuse Victims’ Rights

Imagine seeing your loved one suffer an avoidable injury after falling in a nursing home. After some investigation, your lawyer finds evidence that the fall occurred because of hazardous conditions at the home. The injury creates significant medical bills and diminishes your loved one’s overall health and quality of life.  Now, think how you’d feel if you were told you couldn’t file a nursing home abuse lawsuit. …

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TBIs and Concussions Triple a Victim’s Risk for Suicide 

The brain is an incredibly complex organ. And injuries to the brain can produce a wide variety of symptoms — many of which neurologists are just beginning to understand.  For example, an increasingly clear link between traumatic brain injuries (like concussions) and suicide is emerging. Below, we’ll discuss this alarming link and what you can do if someone you love has been affected by a brain injury. 

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Trucking Companies Refuse to Adopt Life-Saving Side Guards

Even among deadly trucking crashes, some types are more severe than others. One of the most dangerous and potentially fatal types of crashes is called a side underride crash.  Simple devices called side guards could prevent these horrific wrecks, but few trucks in the United States have them installed. Read on to learn more about this issue and find out what trucking safety advocates are doing about it. 

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Recovering From a Dog Bite? Here’s What to Expect

Dog attacks can cause devastating injuries: Every year, almost 900,000 Americans require medical attention because of dog bites, and about 27,000 of these victims require multiple corrective or reconstructive surgeries to treat their injuries.  If you’ve suffered severe injuries after being attacked and bitten by a dog, you’re probably dealing with anxiety over the days and months ahead as well as physical pain and the exhausting process of surgery and other medical treatment. To help lift …