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What is the Legal Side of Pedestrian Accidents?

This article provides the four (4) most important legal points those who sustain injuries in pedestrian accidents must heed.

Pedestrian accidents are a common cause of injuries and sometimes, wrongful death. Hit and run accidents involving pedestrians are often severe. This is due in part to the nature of a car striking a human being without protection. The victim in a pedestrian accident has no protection from airbags on impact. Pedestrian accidents usually occur while a victim is crossing the street. Sometimes, the victim is already in the middle of the street while a vehicle fails to stop at a red light....

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What Are Florida Auto Accident Injuries?

There are a wide range of injuries victims sustain after auto accidents. Shaked Law Firm provides an explanation of the most common auto accident injuries.

After suffering injuries in an auto accident, injuries can be severe. No matter the injuries resulting from an auto accident, pain and suffering ensues. What happens after a sustaining injuries in a Florida auto accident? After a car accident, a victim should receive treatment on the scene. Then, if injuries are severe, victims receive medical attention at an ER. Hospitals triage injuries: internal bleeding, Spinal Cord Injury, TBI, broken bones. Normally, injuries receive treatment in order of severity. After a car accident, the hospital will most likely keep a patient overnight for observation. This allows complications that can arise to receive treatment...

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What is a CRPS Diagnosis After An Accident?

This Shaked Law Firm article touches on both the legal and medical sides of a CRPS (formerly RSD) diagnosis after an accident with injuries.

CRPS (formerly RSD, Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) affects every patient differently. Statistics show 90% of those with a CRPS diagnosis suffer from Type I. The remaining 10% of patients suffer from Type II. We always stress that those suffering a CRPS (formerly RSD) diagnosis should consult with a Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer. CRPS victims may have grounds for litigation when their diagnosis is a direct result of an accident. This can be an auto accident, a motorcycle accident, a workplace accident, or any other accident resulting from the negligence of another. This Shaked Law Firm article touches on both the legal and...

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What Does CRPS After Accident Really Mean?

This Shaked Law Firm article is a guide to help patients facing the pain and suffering of a CRPS diagnosis

A CRPS diagnosis can be a relief to many people. Now, that sounds impossible, right? How is possible to feel relief receiving a diagnosis? The answer is simple. Knowing pain and suffering is real, valid, and lending a name it, is a relief. Despite the relief a CRPS (formerly RSD) diagnosis may bring to a patient's mental state temporarily, the toll chronic pain takes on the mental health of a patient is immeasurable. Living with CRPS, a disease those suffering from it call "the suicide disease", is an endless nightmare of dead ends. The lack of "real" treatment available to CRPS...

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