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Personal Injury Law’s Important Purpose

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To educate the public, Shaked Law Firm always explains the true purpose of Personal Injury Law. This includes the facts about recovering from auto accidents, brain injury, trucking accidents, medical malpractice, and more. The accidents and injuries occurring as a result of negligent or reckless actions, fall under the umbrella of Personal Injury Law. Whether it's a business entity or doctor, employee or private citizen, negligent actions result are a hazard to public safety. In the most severe instances, negligence causes wrongful death. The definition of Personal Injury Law “[...

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Why Do I Need a Florida Personal Injury Attorney with Board Certification?

Shaked Law Firm explains why Board Certification is a distinction that separates those who excel in Personal Injury from the "paper pushers".

When we think of “Board Certification”, what do we think of first? Doctors, surgeons, and professionals who uphold high standards of care for those they're responsible for. We think of "the best". The term itself signifies that a professional is one of the best at what they do in within profession. This Shaked Law Firm article explains the significance of "Board Certification", and what to look for when consulting with a Miami Personal Injury lawyer after an accident. What is Board Certification in Personal Injury Law? Board Certification is a distinction that separates those who excel in their field from their average...

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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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