How to Handle a Motorcycle Accident

By on Jan 29, 2020 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Serious road accidents are always devastating, no matter who or what is involved. But for bikers, crashes are more dangerous than they are for passengers in a car. Bikers are completely exposed. What would have been a small accident in a car can quickly become a fatal one for a biker. Many bikers, however, wouldn’t swap the feeling of freedom they get from riding motorcycles for anything, including the safety of a car. Even so, bikers should be able to feel safe. Drivers need to be aware of bikers around them, and they need to make sure that they’re keeping safe distances and following road signs. Motorcycles are more likely to be destroyed in a crash and are less likely to be seen by drivers. In 2016, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were 5,286 motorcycle crash fatalities in the United States. That’s a lot of fatalities for only 8,679,380...

Birth Injury Resulting to Cerebral Palsy

By on Oct 19, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Birth Injury Resulting to Cerebral Palsy Birth injury, or birth trauma, refers to any type of injury or harm sustained by an infant during the birthing process. These injuries are usually sustained during a difficult delivery, which may be due to: • The birth canal being too small; • The fetus being in an abnormal position (like a breech position, wherein the baby would exit the pelvis with his/her buttocks or feet first instead of the head); or, • The fetus being too large (doctors use a vacuum or forceps when delivering larger babies to make babies’ passage through the birth canal easier). Difficult delivery or not, many legal and medical professionals will confirm that the most common cause of birth injury is medical negligence and that these acts of negligence cause thousands of infants to suffer injuries during birth and that these acts occur far more frequently than any one may...