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Month: March 2017

Studies Show Surge of Concussion Diagnoses

The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA) conducted a study looking at the diagnoses of concussions between 2010 and 2015 and the results are alarming.  BSBSA’s report titled, “The Steep Rise in Concussion Diagnoses in the U.S.,” examines claims from...

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Truck Driving – Is Driving in Adverse Conditions Legal?

Driving in adverse weather conditions causes one in ten accidents involving commercial motor vehicles.  Federal regulations and commercial motor vehicle driver handbooks specifically address driving in adverse weather conditions.  Adverse weather conditions such as snow, ice, sleet, fog, mist, rain,...

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Traumatic Brain Injuries: Symptoms, Treatment Options, and Legal Recourse

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can range in severity and are typically classified from mild to severe. TBIs can create long-term effects unique to each individual often including short term consequences such as headaches, dizziness, sleep problems, changes in mood, and...

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Tips to Prepare For Your First Deposition

When your case moves to litigation, the defendants will want to take your deposition.  A deposition is form of discovery where you are asked questions, under oath, and are required to answer them.  Depositions are typically used for discovery of...

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