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Business Law

Injury in the Office

17th May 2011
Big and tall office workers have to worry about repetitive motion injuries even more than average size people do. This is because their bodies are more susceptible to the injuries common in the workplace even without the added stress of repetitive motion...
Author: Karla
Accident claims

Can Whiplash Neck Injuries occur with Low Speed Road Traffic Accidents

09th September 2010
Whether you live in the USA or the UK, if you have personally experienced a Whiplash Neck Injury or you are friends with someone who has suffered whiplash symptoms then you will be fully upto speed with how painful a condition this can be. Once you are ma...
Author: IanG
Medical Malpractice

Levaquin Linked to Tendon Ruptures

14th April 2010
Between 1989 and 1999 Medical Journals Have Reported 100 Cases of Levaquin Tendon Ruptures:The antibiotic Levaquin has been reported to weaken tendons, which can rupture under heavy physical stress. Levaquin side effects may leave patients incapacitated, ...
Author: susan01

Rotator Cuff Injuries

05th March 2010
Most commonly, rotator cuff injuries are associated with situations of overuse in athletes such as swimmers and tennis players. However, this is also a common injury in car accidents. In the case of athletes, the injury to the rotator cuff is a slow, prog...
Author: Jason Epstein
Personal Injury

Whiplash and Personal Injury

18th December 2009
Whiplash is one of the most common injuries that occur in car accidents, particularly rear- end crashes. The neck is thrown forward, then back, or the other way around, resulting in soft tissue damage that can cause weeks of pain and problems. Whiplash al...
Author: SmithSEO

Common accidents in the workplace

15th August 2008
Accidents are part of life and seeing as we spend a big chunk of our life in the work place, it seems obvious that a fair few will happen there. But certain types of accidents are more likely to happen in certain environments, for example burning yourself...
Author: Robert Palmer