Burn Injuries and Virginia Accident Claims

Burn injuries can be one of the most painful and dangerous injuries a person can sustain. It is estimated there are over 1 million burn injuries each year, resulting in more than 40,000 victims hospitalized with these injuries. Burn injuries can happen by electric shock, a car accident, a defective product, or other incident caused…

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Bone Fracture Injury Complications

One of the most common injuries that victims sustain in accidents is fractured bones. This often happens in vehicle accidents, whether the victim is an occupant of one of the vehicles or a pedestrian or cyclists. Although most bone fractures will heal with no or minor complications, it is also not uncommon for victims to…

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Drowsy Drivers: Dangerous Drivers

A recent study reveals that people who have issues with sleeping are actually more at risk of being in a car crash. This should come as no surprise as the number of drowsy driving accidents continues to increase each year. It is estimated that 20 percent of all fatal crashes each year are the result…

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Internal Injuries in Car Accidents

One of the most common – and dangerous – types of car accident injuries are internal ones. Unlike many other kinds of crash injuries, which are obvious at the time of the accident, internal injuries often go undetected for hours – sometimes days – after the incident. Victims can suffer internal injuries from several different…

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NSC Grade for North Carolina Road Safety: B

The National Safety Council recently published its annual report and North Carolina receive an overall grade of “C” for safety. The report is published each year and examines how effectively each state is addressing road safety, home and community safety, and workplace safety and if enough measures are being taken to help eliminate preventable deaths…

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