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Slip, Trip and Fall

Many personal injuries happen at home as a result of poor product design or poorly executed manufacturing practices. Whatever it may be that causes an injury, if one has lost the ability to go to work to support themselves and/or their family, there may be some merit in trying to recover costs through an attorney who specializes in slip-trip-fall personal injury law.

Social Security Disability Benefits Claims

Disability benefits of the federal Social Security Income (SSI) program provide resources and compensation to workers who are no longer able to earn a living because of a serious, persistent medical condition. The application process requires detailed and thorough documentation. If a claim is denied, the appeals process can be particularly confusing and is best approached with guidance from an attorney specializing in SSI litigation.

With Motorcycles, One Size Does Not Fit All, and Not All Ages Are Created Equal

In states like Oregon, where there are fewer months with dry road surfaces and warmer air, it’s hard not to notice an increase in news stories about personal injuries and fatalities due to motorcycle crashes during the summer months. Add to that the nearly steady increase in motorcycle registrations in the state over the past 10 years, often with a more than 5% increase from the previous year, and that means an onslaught of motorcycles on the roads for a limited amount of time.

Personal Injury and Boating Accidents

If you’ve been injured in a boating or other watercraft accident that was someone else’s fault, you may be wondering if you are eligible for a personal injury settlement. If you or your personal injury attorney can prove negligence on part of the boat operator, you may be eligible for compensation. Injuries caused by others’ negligence in boating and watercraft accidents are eligible for compensation just like injuries incurred in a car accident.

3 Misconceptions About Traumatic Brain Injuries

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 1.5 million people a year suffer from a traumatic brain injury (called a TBI). But despite the fairly common nature of the injury, many people don’t completely understand exactly what a traumatic brain injury is.

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