A Doctor Misdiagnosed Your Thunderclap Headaches as Migraines? Hire a Medical Malpractice Attorney Now

Posted on: 6 April 2016

If a doctor misdiagnosed your thunderclap headaches as migraines, speak to a medical malpractice attorney now. Although migraine headaches can be severe, they generally aren't life threatening. However, thunderclap headaches may indicate an underlying, life-threatening cause such as an aneurysm or another critical brain condition that may stop the flow of blood to the brain or cause internal bleeding. Here are things you need to know about the differences between thunderclap headaches and migraines, how thunderclap headaches develop, and what an attorney may do to assist you in your case.
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Car Accident Settlements: 4 Small Things You May Seek Compensation For

Posted on: 31 March 2016

If you've been involved in a car accident that wasn't your fault, you may seek compensation for physical and emotional injuries. While these are important for your case, there are many other elements to consider. When working with an auto accident attorney, several additional factors could help calculate a settlement payout that you deserve. By browsing through the following four items, you can determine if they are worth adding onto your settlement and receiving reimbursement for.
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Personal Injury Claims: 3 Credentials You Should Compare When Choosing A Medical Expert Witness

Posted on: 16 March 2016

Any claims you make in a personal injury case regarding the type and severity of injuries sustained should be corroborated by a medical expert witness. The medical expert witness can provide further insight on your injuries, such as how the injuries affect your quality of living or prevent you from performing certain tasks. For their testimony, you can expect to pay the average medical expert witness approximately $555 per hour of testimony in court.
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Structured Settlements For Personal Injury Claims: 3 Features Young Adults Should Request When Settling

Posted on: 29 January 2016

If you're injured due to negligence or fault of another party, there's a good chance that you can file a personal injury claim. When filing a claim with a personal injury attorney, there's a 98% chance that your attorney will be able to get the case settled without having to go to court. At which point, you will have the option of negotiating the settlement amount and how the settlement will be paid.
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