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Accidents are bad experiences. Period. If they didn’t catch you off guard, and shake you up, they wouldn’t be called accidents. To fall suddenly, or be blindsided by an approaching object, or rear-ended by another vehicle…any accident has the potential to leave a person in a state of shock.
Accidents can cause symptoms of injury immediately. It is also normal to feel confused and in a state of shock. The saying goes, “if there’s damage to the vehicles, there may also be damage to you.”
The first stage of investigation after an auto accident is to gather evidence. The on-the-spot investigation is typically performed by a police officer, or officers who have been called to the location of the crash.
Injuries to the head, broken bones, back injuries, neck sprains or deep lacerations can send you to the emergency real quick. What may seem as a small accident could lead to a major injury or fatality.
Halloween is a scary night of ghosts, goblins and other spooky costumes. If you’re like many people, you’ll be connected closely to your phone; after all, you never know when you may need it.
Most doctors follow the industries high standard of care towards diagnosing and treating their patients. On occasion, that standard of care falls short of expectations. Mistakes can happen to anyone, but medical mistakes can have a significant or major impact on a person’s life.
Passenger cars were built with a simpler version of a seat belt, as far back as the 1960’s. However, driving a car didn’t require wearing a seat belt until much later. In 1984, states began to launch various versions of current seat belt laws. The laws began to enforce seatbelt usage for the driver of a car, and sometimes different requirements for other occupants.
Talk to an accident attorney at Action Law Offices at no cost to you, and no obligations after the call. If we determine that you have a case, then YOU decide if you would like our team to represent you. The one-time free consultation will steer you in the right direction and determine whether or not you may have a case against the other party.