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May 2019 Archives

What injuries are caused by a seatbelt in a car crash?

It is very common for motorist and passengers in Virginia and elsewhere to take steps to guard against a car accident. While motorist can drive safe and occupants can properly use safety restraints, this does not mean they are not immune from car accidents or injuries resulting from a collision. Even a careful and safe driver could suffer serious accident injuries if struck by another vehicle, causing the driver or passengers to suffer pain and damages.

Fatal pedestrian accident occurs in Norfolk

In Virginia and other states across the nation, motorists encounter pedestrians. This could be at a crosswalk, in a residential area, near a sidewalk or in a parking lot. No matter where a pedestrian is, a motorist is expected to uphold their duty to follow the rules of the road a drive safely. Failure to do so could result in a serious or even fatal car accident.

Tackling obesity after a traumatic brain injury

There are few injuries as severe as a head injury. Even when a victim of an accident does not suffer a severe head trauma, an injury to the brain could have a lasting impact. It could take much time to overcome the effects a traumatic brain injury can have on a Virginia accident victim.

Fighting for your rights following defective product injuries

Americans are fortunate to be able to purchase and use very resourceful products. Furthermore, they enjoy laws that regulate these products, helping to ensure they are safe. Unfortunately, errors could occur in the designing, manufacturing and selling of a product, resulting in a defective and even dangerous product.

How common are defective product injuries?

Whether it is a gift or a new purchase, we purchase and use consumer goods with the idea that they will work and complete the tasks that they were designed for. In some cases, a product will work just fine initially. However, due to a defect, the product malfunctions. While this could mean the product is simply broken and will not work, it could mean the consumer suffers injuries due to the malfunction.

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