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CRPS and Medical Malpractice, What’s the Link?

There is a link between Medical Malpractice and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (formerly RSD). Shaked Law Firm explains Medical Malpractice resulting in CRPS.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome  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). The remaining 10% of victims of this suicide-inducing disease suffer from Type II (with a determinable nerve injury)....

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Does Disfigurement Contribute to Pain and Suffering?

Does Disfigurement Contribute to Pain and Suffering?

After a traumatic accident in which a person falls victim to disfigurement, many fall prey to the mental anguish that follows. When an injured victim undergoes physical changes due to an accident for which they were not at-fault, the mental pain they must endure throughout their recovery, and often for the rest of their lives, cannot have a dollar amount placed upon it. However, they are entitled to compensation regardless, and should receive the maximum amount allowed by law....

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What is Disc Herniation, Back, and Spine Injury?

Within this Shaked Law Firm article we'll provide the information necessary to fully understand the painful reality of disc herniation

A painful injury that's less frequently discussed, but causes a great deal of pain for those affected (either due to accident, medical malpractice, or trauma), is what's known as a herniated disk injury. Within this Shaked Law Resource article we'll provide the information you need to fully understand the painful reality of herniated disks and several other back and spine injuries, as well as the lengths an accident victim may have to go to achieve pain relief....

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What Are the Dangers of Concussion Injuries?

The danger in a concussion injury hides in the inability to see it! Time is always of the essence when dealing with any type of Traumatic Brain Injury, and no blow to the head should ever be left untreated simply because the victim isn’t actively experiencing a “headache”. Concussions are silent killers, and any blow to the head whether on the football field or from a car accident, requires transport to the hospital as soon as possible.