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September 2014 Archives

New York car accident claims 2 lives

It is a sad fact that every year countless citizens of New York lose their lives in road accidents. A moment's inattentiveness, fatigue, bad weather conditions or an unexpected distraction, any of these things can result in an accident. Some people are fortunate and come out unscathed. However, all too often the victims of a car crash suffer serious injuries or even death.

Help is available in the wake of a brain injury

Discovering that a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury is a difficult thing to come to terms with. There is a good chance that they will require help and support. The injury could even result in significant changes to his or her lifestyle. In a previous article we discussed the various types of brain injury and some of the potential causes. But what can you do if someone close to you is affected by an injury of this kind?

Who can be held accountable in a medical malpractice suit?

What happens when things go wrong during your treatment? It is a fear that haunts many people as they prepare to go into medical care. Fortunately, medical personnel are often diligent and professional, doing everything in their power to ensure their patients receive a good standard of care. Sadly, this is not always the case and some patients suffer serious injuries or fatal complications as a result of medical malpractice.

The statute of limitations may hamper your wrongful death claim

Each year, countless families in New York suffer the loss of someone close to them. To make things worse, many of these bereavements are the result of preventable accidents. When this happens, it is natural to want to seek answers and justice for your loss. However, when you are burdened by the grief of your loss, it may be difficult to figure out how to proceed. Unfortunately, there are time limits imposed on the proceedings for making such a claim.

Couple fights New York zoo after accident causes brain injury

When a loved one is hurt, it is always a distressing experience. If you are fortunate, it will be something minor that heals quickly, but sadly this is not always the case. Head injuries, in particular, can have life-changing consequences. The brain is very delicate and any form of head trauma can result in permanent damage, affecting movement, memory or any number of other basic functions.


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