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October 2018 Archives

Anesthesia errors can count as medical malpractice

When you go to the hospital for a minor or major surgery, it is almost certain that you will need to receive anesthesia in some form or another. You may receive local anesthesia, where a specific area of your body will be numbed so that you do not feel the pain. For more serious surgeries, you may need to undergo general anesthesia, where you are put to sleep.

Understanding the dangers of trucking no-zones

It is very common for drivers of vehicles to feel nervous when they have to drive alongside a truck, or when they need to overtake them. Much of this is because they have some knowledge of the fact that trucks have "no-zones". "No-zones" might have been a term that people vaguely remember from when they were learning to drive, but it is common for drivers to forget the details of the principle as years go by.

How is suffering quantified in a car accident settlement?

Car accident injuries are almost always accompanied by a great deal of pain and suffering. While it is relatively easy to quantify the damages done to a vehicle, or even to calculate the medical bills associated with an accident, it is nearly impossible to put a dollar amount on the amount a person suffered emotional and physical pain as a result of a car accident.