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Why is a Back Injury Post Accident Concerning?

This Shaked Law Firm article provides information necessary to fully understand pain and suffering due to back injury resulting from accidents.

Within the scope of Personal Injury Law we see endless injuries that affect our clients. These injuries cause irreparable harm, making daily life impossible to live fully. Medical Malpractice. Car accidents. Motorcycle accidents. Traumatic Brain Injury. There isn't one specific injury that's "the most painful". The "pain" in "pain and suffering" is unique to each client. These injuries cause innumerable symptoms, sometimes leaving clients bed bound or in a wheelchair for long periods of time....

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What is Whiplash After a Car Accident?

Whiplash. The name doesn’t precisely convey what's behind this painful injury. After suffering injuries in a car accident, truck accident, or motorcycle accident, whiplash can be severe. However, it is an injury that's too often neglected in favor of more "visible" pain and suffering. Whiplash does cause pain and suffering, though. This article explains exactly why this injury is so severe, and painful. Within the context of this article the Shaked Law Firm provides an in-depth explanation of whiplash resulting from accidents by answering the following: What happens after a car accident?Which kind of accidents cause whiplash injuries?What are symptoms of whiplash?What is...

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What is a Florida Negligent Security Accident?

Why are business owners who fail to take precaution legally responsible for injuries on their property? Shaked Law Firm explains Negligent Security.

What is a Negligent Security accident? By that name, these accidents may not be familiar. However, the definition of inadequate security could be. Justia defines an act of “Negligent Security” as follows: “It is the basis by which an individual injured by a third party tries to hold liable the owner or tenant of the property where a criminal injury is inflicted.” First, this definition means victims of violent crime on someone else’s property must prove security measures on the property were ineffective in protecting them from harm. Second, if the burden of proof shows neglect on the part of the...

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