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Florida Auto Accidents Causing Whiplash?

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Whiplash is an injury that tends to mimic symptoms of CRPS (formerly RSD). Most patients recover from whiplash, and the pain goes away with time. However, whiplash can also be severe. Doctors may misdiagnose CRPS, not knowing it can result from a previous whiplash injury. This is due to the fact that the some of the symptoms occurring in whiplash, occur in CRPS. However, in cases of CRPS, they become progressively worse. Unfortunately, whiplash resulting in CRPS cannot heal on its own. In fact, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome causes lifelong, permanent pain and suffering. Within this Shaked Law Firm article our...

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When Does Physical Pain Lead to a Personal Injury Case?

Is physical pain severe enough that it leads to a Personal Injury case? Shaked Law Firm explains how severe physical pain affects Personal Injury cases.

When is physical pain severe enough that it leads to a Florida Personal Injury case? After sustaining injuries in any type of accident, physical pain and suffering follows. However, too often victims of auto accidents and motorcycle accidents attempt to hide the true severity of the pain. Their hope is that if they ignore it, it goes away. Most times, however, the pain remains, and the Florida Statute of Limitations passes. This is another reason why accident victims must act quickly to retain a lawyer with Board Certification. These are the lawyers who can recover maximum compensation for unresolved pain...

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Florida Auto Accident Injuries: CRPS, Whiplash?

There are a wide range of injuries after auto accidents. Shaked Law Firm provides an explanation of the most common auto accident injuries including CRPS.

After suffering injuries in an auto accident, injuries can be severe. No matter the injuries resulting from an auto accident, pain and suffering ensues. What happens after a sustaining injuries in a Florida auto accident? After a car accident, a victim should receive treatment on the scene. Then, if injuries are severe, victims receive medical attention at an ER. Hospitals triage injuries: internal bleeding, Spinal Cord Injury, TBI, broken bones. Normally, injuries receive treatment in order of severity. After a car accident, the hospital will most likely keep a patient overnight for observation. This allows complications that can arise to receive treatment...

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