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February 17, 2014

A low impact collision is one where the vehicle is traveling less than 10 mph and there is little or no visible property damage. Even though the occupants of the vehicle may not have any visible injuries, they still may suffer from various injuries to the neck, back, spinal cord, joints or even the brain. […]

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February 17, 2014

When a car accident happens, it is instinctive to blame the other driver, and while they may be partially to blame, the accident may not be entirely their fault. Defective tires can contribute to car accidents that cause vehicle damage, great personal injury, and even death. In a defective tire accident case it is important […]

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February 17, 2014

A head-on collision typically occurs when one vehicle crosses a center-line or median and crashes into an approaching vehicle. Head-on collisions can also occur when a driver, knowingly or unknowingly, travels the wrong direction in a lane of traffic, perhaps in a construction zone or one-way street. They can also be the result of a […]

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February 7, 2014

After a car accident, injured accident victims usually look to their insurance companies to help them pay medical expenses and repair the damage done to their cars. Yet it is when the unthinkable happens that you find out just how reliable your insurance company is. While Progressive claims to one of the nation’s best insurance […]

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January 15, 2014

When the bony protection surrounding the spinal cord is damaged, a spinal cord injury occurs. This damage can happen by way of fractures, dislocation, burst, compression, hyperextension or hyperflexion. The injuries that result go by the terms cauda equina, conus medularis, central and anterior cord syndrome, or Brown-Sequard syndrome.   The location of a spinal […]

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