What Caused Your Sepsis?

Sepsis, a life-threatening infection, is often caused by medical negligence, misdiagnosis, or physician errors that allow the infection to flourish in the body. What is Sepsis? Sepsis is a potentially life-threatening condition caused by the body’s inability to fight infection. When sepsis occurs, the body’s normal response to infections is altered. Instead of releasing chemicals […]

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Knowing When to Refile Your SSDI Claim

When an application for SSI or SSDI is denied, deciding to file an appeal or to wait and refile the claim later depends on a number of factors. The reason for the denial, the stage at which the claim was denied, and whether there have been significant changes since the application was initially filed should […]

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Slip & Fall Accidents: When Property Owners Shift the Blame

When negligence causes hazardous conditions, some property owners may try to shift blame onto the injured party in slip and fall accidents. Although premises liability laws make negligent property owners liable for slip and fall injuries that occur on their property, the burden of proof is on the injured party. Premises Liability Laws Slip and […]

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In It for the Long Haul: Who’s to Blame for Fatigued Trucker Accidents?

Commercial truckers are often pushed to dangerous fatigue levels by trucking companies with overloaded delivery schedules and low-profit margins. To meet requirements and increase earnings, many truckers drive drowsy and fall asleep at the wheel. Fatigued Truckers on the Road Long-haul commercial truck drivers have a high risk of accidents caused by fatigue. Most truckers […]

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