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Alarm Systems Provide Safety and Peace of Mind, Can Prevent Drowning Accidents

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While most people think "security" is keeping thieves off a residential property where family resides, there are other alarm systems that could save the life of a child, an elderly, or disabled person. These alarm systems are life saving when they're installed in areas of the home prone to accidents; one of these areas is of course, a swimming pool, and it should have an alarm system to accompany it....

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Mental Trauma is Drastically Overlooked When Trying Accident Cases–Here’s How Experienced Lawyers Are Fixing It

After negligence, recklessness, an accident or malpractice that results in physical injury, it's common that doctors, loved ones, and the victim who sustained the injuries may believe healing lies in field of medicine (surgical procedures or prescription drugs to reduce physical symptoms). This line of thinking is always with the best intentions for the victim's healing, though it's missing an important aspect of a full recovery: mental trauma....

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After Being Subpoenaed, What Are The Next Steps?

Under the law, a subpoena is defined as “a writ ordering a person to attend a court”.

When a judge issues a subpoena for a person, this means they do not receive the choice as to whether or not they want to appear in court. Failing to appear in court at the appointed time after the issuance of a subpoena can result in serious legal consequences. The Shaked Law Firm’s Law Resource Blog is dedicated to providing our readers the most important and up to date legal writeups and content available on the web. This informative post will seek to answer the questions that often arise when a client is on the receiving end of a subpoena (this can be scary and a lawyer must be retained under any circumstances in which a subpoena is involved; one should never act upon a subpoena alone).

The Close Link Between CRPS and Blood Draws That Patients Should Be Aware Of

There are many instances where the outcome of a blood draw results in serious injury or CRPS–and very few discussions are being had in any forum about what went wrong or why the patient endured pain and suffering; until now. The Shaked Law Resource is known for our truthful, fact-based legal articles that provide unbiased information readers in search of information post-accident won't find anywhere else. Within this writeup, we'll provide readers with the information they need to be aware of, in the event a routine blood draw results in serious injury such as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome....

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