November 22nd, 2016
As a parent, one of your top priorities is to keep your child safe. However, you do not always have control over your child’s surroundings and often, you may have to trust others to keep your child free from danger and injury. This is especially true when you allow your child to ride in a vehicle with another driver.
Auto accidents can happen at any time in any place and many parents get the phone call that their child has been injured in a car accident. In such a situation, parents and their children have legal rights and the right … Read More Posted In: Car Accidents
November 15th, 2016
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) indicated that around 95,000 people in the U.S. sustained injuries in accidents involving large commercial trucks in a single year. The injuries suffered in truck accidents can vary widely, with victims experiencing everything from minor cuts to paralyzing spinal cord injuries. One type of serious injury that can result from a commercial truck accident is a catastrophic burn injury. Burns are severe injuries that can often result in many complications and can require extensive medical treatment and it is important for any burned accident victims to discuss their rights with an experienced … Read More Posted In: Truck Accidents
November 10th, 2016
You are likely aware that people who get injured in car accidents often have the right to compensation for their medical bills and other related losses. However, few people are familiar with the legal process of obtaining that compensation until they are injured themselves. The following is just a brief overview of the steps in a Michigan car accident case. It is important to realize that this process can be very complicated and it is critical to have the guidance and help of an experienced car accident attorney.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), … Read More Posted In: Car Accidents
November 8th, 2016
If you are in a severe auto accident and someone involved is obviously seriously injured, it is expected that someone will call 911 and that the police will shortly arrive at the scene of the accident along with emergency medical personnel and possibly firefighters. In such a situation, the police will generally begin speaking with people at the scene and investigating the crash. However, if calling 911 does not seem to be absolutely necessary, you may wonder whether it is necessary for you to call the police to the scene.
While it is not always required to wait for police … Read More Posted In: Car Accidents
November 3rd, 2016
Expectant parents rely on doctors to adequately monitor a pregnancy and the health of both mother and child. Doctors may use a variety of medical tests to measure health during pregnancy and to address any potential problems that exist or that may arise. When a doctor makes negligent testing errors, both the parents and the baby can suffer harm. The following are some examples of testing errors that may constitute medical malpractice.
Failing to Perform Necessary Tests
There are certain tests used to identify possible health issues in a mother, including preeclampsia, gestational diabetes, bilirubin in the bloodstream, and … Read More Posted In: Medical Malpractice