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  • What Is an Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury?
    What Is an Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury?

    Each year, there are approximately 17,500 new spinal cord injuries reported in the United States. These injuries often have a devastating impact on a victim’s personal life, career, and psychological ...

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  • Personal Injury Settlements & Medicare
    Personal Injury Settlements & Medicare

    Serious injuries often necessitate immediate medical attention, surgical procedures, and rehabilitative services. As a Medicare recipient, you’re likely retired or have a preexisting disability that ...

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  • Why Overloaded & Improperly Loaded Trucks Are So Dangerous
    Why Overloaded & Improperly Loaded Trucks Are So Dangerous

    Most traffic collisions involving a truck result in devastating injuries and tragic losses. Sadly, according to the United States Department of Transportation, there are over 500,000 commercial motor ...

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  • Determining Liability After a Commercial Motor Vehicle Accident
    Determining Liability After a Commercial Motor Vehicle Accident

    Many motorists can’t help but feel a shiver of anxiety any time a commercial motor vehicle comes barreling down the highway. After all, these massive 80,000 lbs. vehicles are infamous for their ...

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  • Construction Injuries: Workers' Compensation & Wrongful Termination
    Construction Injuries: Workers' Compensation & Wrongful Termination

    Many injured construction workers are hesitant to file for workers’ compensation because they’re understandably afraid of losing their jobs. In theory, workers’ compensation protects employees by ...

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  • Common Injuries & Illnesses Prevalent in the Coal Mining Industry
    Common Injuries & Illnesses Prevalent in the Coal Mining Industry

    Despite advances in technology, coal mining remains one of the most dangerous professions in the world. Miners frequently suffer fatal and non-fatal injuries and illnesses that are relatively foreign ...

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