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The Cost of Treating Burn Injuries

In the year 2000, the National Business Group on Health reported that burn injuries and fires caused $6.2 billion in productivity losses, which includes time off for recovery, or forced early retirement due to serious injury. Adjusted for inflation, that's roughly $9.4 ...

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  • The Cost of Treating Burn Injuries

    In the year 2000, the National Business Group on Health reported that burn injuries and fires caused $6.2 billion in productivity losses, which ...

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  • When Is a Property Owner at Fault for an Accident?

    When someone is injured on someone else's property due to unsafe conditions, they're eligible to hold the property owner liable for their medical ...

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  • 2020 Louisiana Car Accident Statistics

    Car accident statistics are important for policy makers and public safety officials to understand the risks and hazards that everyday Louisiana ...

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  • What Happens If I Lose My Ability to Work After an Accident?

    Every day, thousands of people are injured in accidents due to no fault of their own. Car crashes , slips and falls , trucking accidents , warehouse ...

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  • Can I File a Wrongful Death Claim for COVID-19?

    Researchers at Harvard recently completed a study of COVID-19 spread in Asian countries, and they found that 47% of cases were likely spread through ...

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  • Can I File an Injury Claim for a Rear-End Collision?

    Rear-end collisions, or “fender benders,” are the most common kind of car accident. Nearly 1 in 3 car accidents are fender benders, and many of them ...

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