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What Causes Stomach Pain After Car Accidents? (An Easy-to-Understand Guide)

Stomach pain after a car accident can be the result of internal injury or bleeding. Soft-tissue injuries in car accidents are the usual cause and can last for hours or days afterward. You should seek professional medical attention to ensure anything serious gets early as soon as possible. Approximately 5% of serious injuries occurring...
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How the Bryant Law Center Helps Victims of Industrial Explosions

Explosions can be devastating to both life and property. In the aftermath of an explosion, there are many questions that need to be answered. The investigation of the explosion needs to begin immediately while evidence is still intact, and the scene can be photographed and or videotaped. Legal theories on who should be held...
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What to Do if You’re Hit by an Uninsured Driver

If an uninsured driver hits you, the main actions you need to take include: Filing a police report Not accepting liability for any part of the accident Not accepting any money from the at-fault uninsured motorist driver Pursuing a medical evaluation Retaining the services of a personal injury attorney Getting in touch with all...
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Does Health Insurance Cover Car Accidents?

Health insurance policies can cover some of the costs incurred after a car accident, but will not cover all the costs. If you have exhausted your PIP insurance or do not have PIP, health insurance can pay medical expenses but will not pay for property damage or for vehicle repair or replacement. Most health...
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Should You Contact Your Insurance After a Small Accident?

If you have been in an automobile accident, you need to contact your insurance company, especially if the collision involved another motorist or resulted in injuries or property damage. Even though most drivers know this is the proper course of action, they still try to avoid reaching out to their insurer because they are...
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How to Calculate a Workers’ Compensation Settlement

Workers’ compensation settlements are calculated based on a variety of factors including lost wages, current and future medical expenses, your impairment rating, your education, and the cost of retraining for a different position if a worker is unable to return to their previous position. Workplace accidents can be traumatizing events, leading to devastating harm,...
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How Does Kentucky Workers’ Compensation Protect Me? The Simple Guide

“If I am injured at work, how do I provide for my family and continue to pay my bills while I recover?,” That is the number one question facing many of the 33,000 workers who open workers' compensation claims each year in Kentucky. An on the job injury can be a devastating blow to...
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Are Global Settlements On the Way for Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder Lawsuits?

[caption id="attachment_9142" align="alignnone" width="256"] Partner Emily Roark[/caption] It is possible that a global settlement is under consideration for some or all of the estimated 20,000 ovarian cancer talc lawsuits pending in a consolidated federal multidistrict litigation panel in New Jersey. Many news organizations reported in February of 2021 that Johnson & Johnson has set...
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Talcum Powder Lawsuit Verdicts & Settlement Amounts

[caption id="attachment_9142" align="alignnone" width="256"] Partner Emily Roark[/caption] Settlement amounts and verdicts can vary in product liability cases such as talcum powder lawsuits and the final settlement amount is often confidential. However, a survey of recent verdicts shows that the value of a case averages at $355,600,000. Johnson & Johnson currently faces over 25,000 lawsuits...
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Is There a Statute of Limitations to File a Talcum Powder Lawsuit?

Yes, there is a statute of limitations that applies to talcum powder lawsuits. The specific statute of limitations in part depends on the state in which the victim lives. Most states allow 2 years to file suit in product liability cases while others vary from 1 to 4 years. Many people want to know...
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