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11/02/21   |   By

Daylight Savings Dangers

When the weather starts to drop and the leaves begin to change, you know Summer is coming to an end and Daylight Saving Time (“DST”) is here as well as […]

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11/02/21   |   By

Daylight Savings Dangers

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When the weather starts to drop and the leaves begin to change, you know Summer is coming to an end and Daylight Saving Time (“DST”) is here as well as […]

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10/12/21   |   By

What are the Benefits to Filing a Brain Injury Lawsuit?

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After a tragic accident that causes a brain injury, you may be facing a long road to recovery. You may experience a loss in income, substantial financial debt, and a […]

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10/12/21   |   By

What are the Types of Soft Tissue Injuries I Could Sustain After a Car Accident?

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There are many types of injuries that you could sustain after a car accident. Depending on the severity of the accident and the specific circumstances of the incident, you might […]

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10/05/21   |   By

How to Choose a Washington DC Personal Injury Lawyer

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When you or your loved one is injured in an accident, you may not know where to begin. The glaring realities of the cost and consequences of the injury set […]

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10/04/21   |   By

Electric Scooters and the Dangers That Follow

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What Are Electric Scooters? What Are They Used For? Electric scooters or “e-scooters” are an evolving method of transportation in the Washington DC area. Anyone that has traveled around the […]

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10/01/21   |   By

What Is Informed Consent, and Why Is It Important?

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Going to a hospital or an emergency healthcare provider can be an overwhelming experience for many people. Often, you’re asked to fill out reams of complicated paperwork while you are […]

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10/01/21   |   By

Is There a Limit to Compensation on Washington DC Medical Malpractice Cases?

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You place your full faith and complete trust in doctors, nurses, and health care providers to give you the very best care and follow a strict code of medical ethics. […]

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10/01/21   |   By

Are Washington DC Hospitals Safe?

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When you go to a hospital in Washington D.C., you expect the facility to adhere to minimum health and safety standards. Whether your visit is for a minor procedure or […]

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09/08/21   |   By

When Doctors Become Patients: How Doctors Navigate Personal Health Care Issues — And What Patients Can Learn

Doctor and Nurse Discussion

Conundrums abound in the health care sector, but one of the most common involves medical professionals’ struggle to take their own advice. Many engage in problematic habits, often while neglecting […]

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09/03/21   |   By

Do You Have to Go to Court After a Truck Accident?

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There are so many questions after being injured in a truck accident – how will I pay for my medical bills? Do I need to replace my car? Will I […]

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