Author: Raynes & Lawn

What You Should Know About Compensation After an Amputation

Amputations are much more common than many people realize. According to data from the Amputee Coalition, an estimated two million people in the U.S. live with limb loss. Each year, an average of 185,000 people lose limbs, which equals between 300 and 500 amputations each day. Most people who suffer amputations suffer ongoing issues in […]

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5 Ways Construction Site Falls Can Result in Death

5 Ways Construction Site Falls Can Result in Death

A fall is a very common type of accident. When most people think about falling, they generally picture minor falls that might result in bruising, mild strains and embarrassment. However, fall accidents can be dangerous, and they can be very hazardous when they occur on a construction site. Falls while working on construction sites can […]

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What Expenses Are Associated with Traumatic Brain Injuries?

What Expenses Are Associated with Traumatic Brain Injuries?

Traumatic brain injuries or TBIs can be caused by many different incidents, including sports injuries, falls, diving accidents, car accidents, medical malpractice, assaults, and more. People who suffer severe TBIs might be left with lasting disabilities that will negatively impact them for life and jeopardize their financial security. Traumatic brain injuries might require ongoing medical […]

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What Is a Newborn Cephalohematoma?

During birth, an infant’s head can suffer trauma from excessive pressure applied by instruments or the mother’s pelvic bones when the birth canal is too small or when the baby is too large. Newborn cephalohematoma can result from these types of trauma, causing ruptured blood vessels to build up in the tissue covering the skull […]

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What to Look for in a Birth Injury Law Firm

It can be devastating for parents when their children suffer birth injuries. Some types of birth injury might result in lifelong disabilities and severely limit what a child might be able to do in the future. In other cases, a birth injury can be fatal. When a doctor, nurse, midwife, hospital, or other facility causes […]

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