You are in: Home >

Articles, tagged with "fracture", page 1

Personal Injury

Personal Injury: Its Nature and What It Covers

03rd October 2011
In law, personal injury doesnít pertain to a personís wound or fracture although they are considered related. It is referred to as any harm inflicted to an entity by another entity due to negligence. This covers physical, mental, and emotional aspects of ...
Author: Mike Clark
Legal

ICBC Injury Settlements

26th July 2011
A question I get asked on a frequent basis by my clients in the early stages is "what is my claim worth"? Unfortunately, this is almost impossible to answer at the beginning. Many factors are at play, such as liability, contributory negligence, mitigatio...
Author: Glenn Veale
Personal Injury

Abbotsford Personal Injury Lawyer - Helping You Get The Best Settlement

09th March 2011
It is very traumatic to be involved in an accident because you will face physical, mental and even economic stress as a result of it. Not only will you be unable to earn a living, but you will also find it difficult to lead a proper life. Your entire fami...
Author: paulnerrad
Legal

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy & Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

13th December 2010
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) is a painful nerve problem that often occurs in the hand or foot after being injured. RSD is also known as complex regional pain syndrome type I (CRPS I) and is very complex and painful. Symptoms of Reflex Sympathetic...
Author: LBuckfire
Accident claims

Examples Of Pedestrians Severely Hurt While In A Marked Crosswalk

26th August 2010
Do you think you're safe by following the rules and using a crosswalk to cross the street? You you try to only cross a street at a marked crosswalk. If perhaps there were a guarantee that drivers would follow the rules and give pedestrians in a crosswalk ...
Author: J. Hernandez
Medical Malpractice

Examples of Common Types of Medical Malpractice Injuries

13th May 2010
The number of injuries caused by medical malpractice continues to increase. Studies over the past several decades have revealed an alarming number of patients who have suffered medical malpractice injuries due to negligent medical treatment. Indeed, every...
Author: Sunil Punjabi
Accident claims

Whiplash Compensation Claims: What is Whiplash?

21st June 2009
Whiplash is an injury to the neck area, resulting from a strain to ligaments in the spine. It is caused by sudden movements of the neck, such as those which occur during sudden deceleration in a car accident. Whiplash is usually a minor injury which ca...
Author: Jessica Parker
Legal

How Much is My Hand Injury Claim Worth?

18th May 2009
Today I will be concluding the series of articles that began last week relating to arm injuries. This time we have moved on from the elbow, and the wrist, to the end of the arm - the hand. The hand is the most complex part of the arm, containing 27 bon...
Author: Neil Worrall - Camps Solicitors
Legal

Open Head Injury and Closed Head Injury

02nd February 2009
Open head injury and closed head injury are the same as they are very serious and possibly fatal injuries to the head. There are differences of the two which are important to understand, in addition to the way they are treated. Head injuries can be fat...
Author: Daniel Berry