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What Happens If a Pedestrian Caused the Accident?

Louisiana saw 100 pedestrian fatalities and 1,400 pedestrian injuries in 2019 alone. In virtually every collision involving a car and a pedestrian, the vehicle experienced very little damage while the pedestrian suffered much worse harm. While it’s true that motorists face ...

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  • What Happens If a Pedestrian Caused the Accident?

    Louisiana saw 100 pedestrian fatalities and 1,400 pedestrian injuries in 2019 alone. In virtually every collision involving a car and a pedestrian, ...

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  • The 10 Stages of Brain Injury Recovery

    Doctors treating head injuries at Rancho Los Amigos Hospital in California needed a way to measure a patient’s recovery from a coma or loss of ...

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  • What Are 5th Degree & 6th Degree Burns?

    The intensity of a burn is described in degrees. We know how common first-degree burns are—the kind of burns you might get from too much sunlight or a ...

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  • Can I Get Fired for Getting Hurt at Work?

    If you get injured in a work accident, are you in danger of getting fired? Workers who find themselves unable to work following a job-related injury ...

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  • Filing a Claim for Repetitive Stress Injury

    Repetitive stress injuries (or RSIs) are injuries that occur from doing the same movement over and over, essentially overworking the muscles, tendons, ...

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  • What Is a Whiplash Injury?

    Whiplash, or "cervical acceleration-deceleration syndrome (CADS)," is one of the most common injuries resulting from car accidents . It's poorly ...

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