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Knee and Leg Injuries After Accident Reduce Mobility and Quality of Life

While considered a non life-threatening injury, knee and leg injuries are some of the most painful a victim involved in an accident can sustain. Knee and leg injuries can happen anywhere: work, pedestrian hit-and-run accidents, and falls on improperly maintained sidewalks or on wet floors without proper warning signs. After sustaining an injury to the knee or leg, a victim can find themselves lacking the athleticism and mobility they once had. These injuries are particularly devastating to those who enjoy physical exercise: running, jogging, and playing basketball to name a few.

Trucking Accidents Resulting in Wrongful Death Are Tragic and Avoidable

Wrongful deaths related to trucking accidents are entirely avoidable, usually caused by a trucking operator who lacks the duty of care to carry out safety precautions according to state law, or FMCSA regulations. When FMCSA regulations aren’t met, tragedies such as pedestrians being struck by careless operators occur. FMCSA has strict regulations in place for a reason–to keep the public–as well as commercial trucking operators–safe.

The Personal Injury Perspective on Traumatic Brain Injury

When it comes to the nuanced specialty of Personal Injury law, most lawyers are prepared to try any and all orthopedic injuries; this is because they’re visible, thus able to be proven to the insurance company or a judge during trial. However, the same can’t be said for Traumatic Brain Injury cases. Many lawyers, while experienced in the standard practice of Personal Injury law, are not equipped to handle the complexities of a TBI case. This article will seek to provide our readers with an in-depth look at why only the most experienced lawyers should represent brain injury cases.

Physician-Patient Privilege Explained: What is it? How Are Accident Victims Protected After Death?

As a general rule of law, while a patient is living and receiving medical treatment, the statutes surrounding physician-patient privilege protect the privacy of a patient’s medical records and history as per official HIPAA guidelines and any other laws that are applicable in the state the patient resides. In the case of this write-up, we’ll be exploring the state of Florida’s specific guidelines in reference to physician-patient privilege after death.