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Personal Injury

Falling Cargo Accidents

The cargo that large trucks carry can weigh thousands of pounds. Trucking and loading companies must follow strict guidelines for cargo securement to prevent shifting, spilling, leaking, and falling cargo. Unfortunately, not all companies properly secure and load cargo, which can result in falling cargo accidents. When cargo falls from…

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Reasons to Hire an Attorney even if you Believe you can Handle Insurance Negotiations on your Own

Following a car accident that was the fault of a negligent1 driver, many people choose to simply handle negotiations with the responsible party’s insurance company on their own. Injured victims may choose to do so because they do not believe they need an attorney, believe an attorney will be expensive,…

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The Effect of a Low-Speed Crash on the Body Due to Transfer of Force

Rear-end automobile collisions that happen at low speeds could produce forces strong enough in magnitude to cause many injuries. These include soft tissue injuries, particularly in the neck, also called whiplash, and a highly common injury from rear-end collisions. Other people commonly suffer knee injuries, hip injuries, and other joint…

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Semi-Trucks: The Biggest Vehicles Cause the Worst Injuries

Driving a semi-truck or tractor-trailer requires special training and expertise. When truck drivers fail to operate their vehicles safely, the results can be catastrophic for the drivers and passengers in the vehicles around them. Driving and maneuvering these large vehicles can be difficult and requires significant skill and attention that…

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Rear-End Collisions by Lawler Brown Law Firm

Rear-End Collisions: Not Just Fender-Benders but Neck-Snappers

Rear-end collisions are a common occurrence as far as traffic crashes on the road are concerned. Rear-end collisions are very dangerous and can cause serious injuries to the victims involved. Most rear-end collisions result from fault on behalf of the approaching driver, although a driver that stops short without giving…

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