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Shaked Law Firm > Shaked Law Blog (Page 56)

Florida Has Specific Car Accident Laws Drivers Should Know – Part 1

As we go full speed ahead into 2019, the Law Resource Blog is set to once again provide our readers with the most informational law materials on the web. Whether it’s articles, videos, tweets, or news–the team at the Shaked Law Firm strives to provide the most honest, factual content available. As always, we’ll continue to provide the real facts insurance companies don’t want accident victims to know–even when they’re entitled to the truth (and compensation for their injuries)!

2018 In Review: Shaked Law Firm’s Most Important Blog Posts of the Year!

As 2018 officially comes to a close and we begin 2019 anew, the Shaked Law Firm wants to take the chance to look back on the best of our popular Law Resource Blog posts of the year! While the hardworking team at the Shaked Law Firm made 2018 an outstanding year all around, it was truly our loyal readers who “liked”, shared, subscribed-to, and commented on our articles every day.

So, without further ado, the Law Resource Blog presents our Top 10 legal articles of the year spanning everything from Attorney 101 to Medical Malpractice.

2018 Class Action Roundup: Where Are The Top 5 Now?

In our popular series of Class Action articles, we’ve covered the “big five” ongoing Class Action lawsuits (Taxotere, Talcum Powder, Roundup, IVC Filters, and Gadolinium; as well as articles covering several smaller but no less important ongoing lawsuits). Our Class Action series spanned numerous articles and touched on all five of the current biggest classes pursuing litigation as of 2018. Now, with 2018 coming to a close, we’ll present a follow-up article on where these “big five” cases currently stand and where they’re set to go going into 2019.

Shaked Surgical Series Part 3: CRPS After Medical Malpractice

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (“CRPS”) affects every victim who suffers from it differently–although no less painfully. Doctors estimate that 90% of those with a diagnosis of CRPS suffer from Type I (without visualized nerve injury), while the remaining 10% of victims of this suicide-inducing disease suffer from Type II (with visualized nerve injury).