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Hot Air Balloon Accidents

Hot air balloon rides are a popular excursion, and although accidents are rare, they do happen. If you or a loved one are injured in a preventable hot air balloon accident, you may have a claim for compensation. Speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer in Las Vegas to explore your legal options. How Hot Air Balloon Accidents Occur Hot air balloon accidents can result in severe injuries and possibly fatalities. Since they are easily influenced by...
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What Is a Tort Lawsuit?

A tort lawsuit is a type of claim that plaintiffs (injury victims) pursue to recover compensation after suffering a preventable injury caused by another party. A tort is defined as a wrongful act or infringement of a right, leading to civil liability. In other words, if a defendant (alleged at-fault party) is found to have acted intentionally or negligently, resulting in harm to another, they can be held liable for a victim’s injury and losses. Tort lawsuits...
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What Is Post-Concussion Syndrome?

Post-Concussion Syndrome occurs when the symptoms of the concussion persist beyond the normal course of recovery. When the symptoms of a concussion last longer than two months and cause a person to withdraw from their normal routines, including personal and work lives, PCS (Post-Concussion Syndrome) can is usually diagnosed. When the symptoms become too much and impact your quality of life, or that of a loved one, you may start to wonder what options you may have....
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What Is an Anoxic Brain Injury?

Childbirth is scary enough for parents without worrying about brain injuries. When they happen, you can be left wondering how and why. One complication that can occur is an anoxic brain injury. Anoxic brain injuries occur when your brain is completely starved for oxygen. When the brain is deprived of oxygen, it takes only a few minutes before any damage is done. But once an injury occurs, it may not be reversible, leading to permanent brain damage,...
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What is a Hypoxic Brain Injury?

Hypoxic brain injuries are caused by a lack of oxygen to the brain. In these types of injuries, the brain isn’t starved entirely of oxygen, but they are injuries caused when the brain only has a little oxygen reaching it. Hypoxic brain injuries, which are a form of traumatic brain injuries, can be permanent, causing lifelong quality of life concerns for you or your loved one. If you believe that you may have a personal injury lawsuit...
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