Distracted Driving. It is quickly becoming a leading cause of auto accidents. What are the main causes of distracted driving? Review the infographic below for valuable information about the leading causes, and how to avoid, distracted driving. Infographic provided by Missouri Lawyers – Sansone & Lauber
Truck accidents happen every day. When there is a collision between a passenger car and a fully loaded 18 wheeler, the passenger car and its occupants are in far worse position and at far higher risk. You need to know your rights and how to proceed if you or someone you know is involved in an accident with a large truck. The attorneys at Mann Law Firm have put together the infographic below with valuable information about this issue. Check out their website for further details.
Medical malpractice is more prevalent then you may be aware. It is important that you know your rights and how to handle any situations you or your loved ones may be in due to malpractice by others. The attorneys at Cirignani Heller & Harman LLP have put together an informative infographic detailing malpractice in locations such as nursing homes, medical clinics, hospitals, etc. They cover misdiagnosis mistakes and other medical mistakes. Surgical errors, anesthesia errors, and prescription errors. Review this infographic and reach out to CHH if you have any questions.
Below you’ll find an informative infographic showing statistics and details about the rates of truck accidents in Texas. The numbers will surprise you, and if you are involved in a truck accident you must have the best representation you can get. For information please contact Baumgartner Lawyers at their website linked here.
It is very difficult to restore your life, health, and financial well-being and way of life following an auto accident. Financial recovery can greatly assist though in returning as close to “normal” as possible. Financial recovery can help to ease the burdens which can come following an accident. These can be overwhelming medical bills, loss of income, loss of ability to work, and other disabilities. The infographic below provides helpful information about recovering from these losses.
Infographic provided by McNeely | Stephenson
Brain Injury Lawyers
According to the Brain Injury Association of America, over 1.5 million people suffer from traumatic brain injuries (TBI) every year. Out of these victims, at least 50,000 individuals will die from their injury, while around 80,000 will face life-long injuries and rehabilitative care.
CAUSES OF BRAIN INJURIES
Brain injuries can be caused by a wide variety of accident types and incidents, including:
When you sustain a brain injury, the damage may be either temporary or permanent, but in both cases it will have a significant impact on your life. When you suffer from brain injury disabilities, you deserve an experienced attorney on your side to ensure all of your financial needs are met while you cope during this difficult time.
BRAIN INJURY COMPENSATION CLAIMS
The amount awarded in a brain injury lawsuit is often higher than the compensation offered in other types of personal injury cases. The reason for this is simple: brain injuries will have a more devastating impact on your quality of life and your ability to support yourself into the future. TBI also requires substantial medical and rehabilitative care. These expenses add up quickly, and when they are combined with a loss of cognitive function or other permanent disabilities, you have a right to demand swift and uncompromising justice.
The experienced brain injury lawyers at Wapner, Newman, Wigrizer, Brecher & Miller have years of experience helping victims of these tragic injuries recover their losses. Our personal injury lawyers in Philadelphia can help you seek compensation for:
- Current and future lost wages
- Current and future medical expenses
- Emotional distress
- Loss of quality of life
- Pain and suffering
We won’t back down until you have received a settlement that will provide sufficient support for you and your family in the trying years ahead.
Infographic and text provided by WapnerNewman Attorneys at Law