Brain Injury Mysteries and Car Accidents

2018-05-15T14:44:24+00:00By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania. If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury after a car accident, it is important to take steps to receive appropriate medical care. Despite increased research into the long-term effects of brain injury, many aspects of brain injury remain mysterious. For example, some brain injuries are not diagnosed until hours [...]

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When Cars Become Terrorist Weapons

2018-04-27T16:26:42+00:00By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania. The New York Times reports 10 people dead and another 15 people injured after a driver drove his van over a sidewalk in Toronto, leaving devastation in his wake. Toronto police are not yet calling the act a terrorist attack, though they believe that the driver did intentionally drive on the sidewalk with [...]

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Are Americans Using the Safest Child Car Safety Seats?

2018-04-13T20:22:52+00:00By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania. According to the New York Times, car accidents are the leading cause of death among American children. Yet, according to the Times, the regulations and recommendations provided by the government often doesn’t align with the research. To make matters worse, recommendations change so frequently, that parents may not be up-to-date on the latest [...]

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Politicians Scramble When It Comes to Regulating Self-Driving Cars

2018-03-30T15:55:08+00:00By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania. When self-driving cars make mistakes, they can kill, as we saw last week with the pedestrian accident in Arizona involving a self-driving car. Until last week, local and state governments didn’t have to look at actual deaths involving self-driving technology. The technology was just too new. No one had yet been killed due [...]

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How to Escape a Sinking Car

2018-03-16T19:12:33+00:00By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania. Every day, drivers cross bridges without giving them a second thought. Few people want to consider the horror of being in a sinking car. Yet, according Popular Mechanics, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that approximately 400 people die every year by drowning in their vehicles. Do you know what you should [...]

Blood Test Can Detect Concussions

2018-02-23T16:24:23+00:00By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania. In the aftermath of a car accident, it can be difficult to gauge the seriousness of a victim’s injuries. While some injuries, like broken bones, bleeding, and back injuries can be immediately diagnosed, other injuries like concussions, traumatic brain injury, and psychological injuries, like post-traumatic stress disorder are harder to detect. The symptoms [...]

How Biases Against Women Can Impact Women’s Ability to Seek Justice After a Car Crash

2018-02-09T20:46:22+00:00By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURG, Pennsylvania. According to Broadly, the FBI, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety all report that men are more likely to get into accidents than women. Men are estimated to pay as much as $15,000 more in car insurance over the course of their lives. Despite this, women [...]

When Doctors Dismiss Women’s Symptoms-Injury and Death Sometimes Follows

2018-01-25T16:50:27+00:00By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania. Serena Williams recently gave birth, but she, like many other women in America, suffered from frightening and life-threatening birth complications. According to Vogue, Williams experienced “shortness of breath” while recovering from a C-section in the hospital. Williams had suffered from blood clots in the past and she knew the symptoms. She spoke to [...]

Traumatic Brain Injuries In A Car Accident

2018-01-16T19:30:44+00:00By |Personal Injury|

Traumatic brain injuries occur when the head is struck, jerked, or penetrated by any foreign object. Injuries can be sustained in the range of mild to severe. In a mild brain injury loss of full conscious awareness may persist for some time. The majority of all reported traumatic brain injuries are the result of an [...]

Fire Prevention and Safety

2018-01-16T17:14:20+00:00By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania. As temperatures drop, the risk for fires increases. Across Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania, we’ve seen several deadly fires in just the past few weeks alone. In Pittsburgh, cold weather interfered with fire fighters’ ability to fight off flames when a home burst into flames, according to Pittsburgh’s Action News 4. And, in Salem Township, [...]

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