pediatric drug allergies and the failure to acknowledge them

Dog Bite Laws And Veterinarians

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If you have a dog, then you may be extremely careful when it comes to the canine being in contact with strangers or individuals who your dog is not directly familiar with. This is always a good idea to reduce the possibility that an accident will occur. If you are specifically concerned about dog bites, then you may have a few questions when it comes to certain professionals, like your vet who will undoubtedly come into contact with your canine. Read More»

Taking Action After A Hit-And-Run Accident

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Being involved in an auto accident can be both frightening and costly. The amount of stress you may feel after an accident can increase significantly if the other driver involved in the crash takes off before exchanging information. If you have been the victim of a hit-and-run accident, taking the appropriate action is essential when it comes to dealing with the aftermath of the accident. Here are three things you should do after the driver at-fault for causing your accident leaves the scene. Read More»

Bicycle Accidents: Who's At Fault?

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If you’ve recently been involved in a bicycle accident, you may wonder what your rights are. Confusion often abounds because some believe that bicycles shouldn’t be on the road or that they belong solely on a path or sidewalk. And if they are on the road, do they have the same duty of care as those behind the wheel? You may be surprised to learn how liability is determined in a bike accident. Read More»

Why You Are Like Likely To Scar More Than The Next Person

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If you have been hurt in an accident, you should be compensated for all damages you have suffered as a result of the defendant’s actions. This includes even the scars that you didn’t have before your accident injuries. Note that some people scar more easily than others, so you should be prepared to include it in your claim if you have the risk factors associated with scarring. For example, you are likely to scar if: Read More»

How You May Suffer If You Don't Contact The Police After A Car Crash

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It is always advisable to contact or wait for the police if you are involved in a car accident. This is especially true if another party is involved or the accident has caused an injury or property damage. Here are some of the negative consequences of failing to engage the police: Your Auto Insurer May Demand It In some cases, it may not be up to you to decide whether to report an accident; your insurer may demand it. Read More»