The accident that injured your loved one's back was probably one of the most devastating events in your life. You and your family may have kept vigil in the hospital for days or weeks waiting to hear the doctor's prognosis.
When someone is injured due to negligence or an intentional act, the injured person may be able to claim compensation from the party or parties who are responsible for the injury. For hundreds of years, this has been one of the bedrock principles of our civil justice system.
It doesn't matter how you got a traumatic brain injury (TBI) - only that you got it, and it's changed your life.
Following the discovery of the presence of an asphalt emulsifying agent in the municipal water supply on December 14, 2016, Corpus Christi officials issued a warning to residents about drinking municipal tap water. That warning was lifted on Sunday, December 15, but the event has raised serious issues concerning the safety of the water supply, who should be held responsible, and how to prevent future problems.
If a traumatic brain injury (TBI) is affecting someone you love, handling what comes next can be very difficult. No one can prepare you for the hardship that pairs with seeing someone you love suffering from such an injury. It is important to gain an understanding of what they are going through in order for you to both to begin healing. We offer the following five tips to begin coping with your loved one's injury:
Stryker hip replacement failures have been so common that the company has announced a "quiet recall" of these defective products - meaning the devices must be removed, requiring a second painful, costly and debilitating surgery.
A recent study has shown that a concussion can significantly reduce a person's life span. It can also place a person at a greater risk for psychiatric problems.
Admitting to federal safety law violations, Fiat Chrysler has agreed to pay $105 million, submit to federal oversight, and hire an independent monitor. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Fiat Chrysler had mishandled 23 recalls affecting approximately 11 million vehicles.
IKEA recently announced that it would begin offering free wall-anchoring repair kits for its child and adult dressers after two reports of child deaths.