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Signs and symptoms of Internal Bleeding

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Internal bleeding is bleeding that happens inside of your body and is one of the most consequences of trauma. When you have an injury that damages the outside of your body, it is clearly is easy to see. A cut or tear in your skin usually leads to bleeding. You can see what’s hurt, where the injury is, and it’s easy to figure what caused it. Internal bleeding is not easy to see or diagnose....

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Daily Obstacles that Cause Car Accidents

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Motor vehicle accidents are pretty common occurrences. Most of us have either seen a car accident or been in one of them. Still, there are some situations, areas, and times of the day where drivers are more vulnerable to experiencing a collision. Unfortunately, drivers cannot always prevent a car accident from happening....

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When You Don’t File A Claim

If you are a commuter, you might found yourself inching along on your way home in the usual morning bumper-to-bumper traffic. As you pass the accident that has been causing the traffic and glare hatefully, but you’re also glad no one was seriously injured. We never want to be those people, especially in traffic. But you know when you will feel that dreaded sudden jolt as the car behind you wasn’t paying attention, didn’t stop on time, and just barely touched your rear bumper. And even though it feels minor, you both have to pull over to the nearest shoulder. Generally, there’s a little bit of damage in fender benders, but every once in a while, you’ll be surprised to see that there is no obvious damage to either of your cars. Not a scratch or dent in sight. What do you do in this situation? What if you were the at-fault driver and there’s a risk that the other driver involved will file a surprise and maybe trivial claim? Even if there is no visible damage, or maybe there’s only a small scratch or paint mark, there could be a small amount of damage that you did not notice. This...

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Uber’s Self-Driving Vehicle Kills Pedestrian

Uber Self Drive Vehicle Kills | Beverly Hills Personal Injury

Self-driving cars will likely take up the roadways sooner than we can imagine. However, companies that are hosting these vehicles are still working out the kinks in order to make them safe for the public. In recent test drives, there was an unfortunate accident in one of the major cities that hosted one of these test drives. According to The Washington Post reporters Faiz Siddiqui and Mechael Laris, “Uber abruptly halted testing of its autonomous vehicles across North America on Monday, after a 49-year old woman was struck and killed by one of its cars while crossing a Tempe, Ariz. street Sunday night” (washingtonpost.com, March 19, 2018). These types of accidents may become more common as the day of self-driving cars comes to be more prevalent in society. Therefore, it behooves you to know a good personal injury attorney who can help you receive the compensation you need to pay for the right medical treatment. If the accident resulted in a death, like in the Tempe, AZ case, you will need an experienced attorney who understands how to fight insurance companies in a wrongful death case. At One Law Group, we are here to fight for you. Call (844)626-1LAW to schedule an...

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Medical Treatment on a Lien Basis

Beverly Hills | Auto Injury Lawyers

Medical treatment on a lien basis is not very difficult to obtain. However, a person must be aware that their treatment can be covered. This is why the personal injury attorneys in Beverly Hills at One Law Group, PC take the time to inform you of all your options after your injury. Unfortunately, not all people who suffer a personal injury can afford proper medical care and some may not have sufficient medical insurance to cover treatment. However, a personal injury case can help with sufficient medical treatment that can be paid for on a lien basis. A lien is a mandate of payment which can be in conjunction with a personal injury case. Treatment on a lien basis means that a patient doesn’t need to have medical insurance or even make an initial payment since it will likely be covered after the verdict of the personal injury case. This is an understanding that your doctor will need to have prior to treatment, and this usually includes filling out a few extra forms. In other words, you are granting a doctor who will treat you a lien against your recovery in your personal injury case, which will assure the doctor that he or...

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