Automobile accident

CRPS: Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome or CRPS is medically defined as a progressive pain syndrome characterized by severe pain that can be burning, electrical like or shooting. Pain associated with CRPS is generally centered around the site of injury. CRPS is typically a subjective medical condition. This means there is no objective test, such as an X-ray or MRI, which can diagnose CRPS. If you or a loved one suffers...
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Medical Bills Can Make or Break an Accident Claim

With the amount of cars on the road, getting into an accident is almost inevitable. The worst part of an automobile accident is getting injured. Your car will get fixed or replaced. Your bills will ultimately get paid. And your other property damage will be compensated. However, chances are, depending on the severity of your injuries, you may never be 100% well again. In order to make sure you...
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Low Impact Accidents Can Cause Injuries, Too!

It is a common misconception that you cannot get injured or hurt in a low impact accident. Not only is this a mistaken belief amongst automobile accident victims, but also falsely reiterated by insurance adjusters. Unfortunately, low impact accident victims who are not represented by a personal injury attorney may believe this, especially if it comes from an insurance representative. The truth is that property damage to a vehicle...
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