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Doctors Studying Negative Results of War Injuries

Researchers quoted in a in-depth CDC blog found that injury to the brains of bomb-exposed soldiers was almost identical to that found in athletes that had received multiple concussions. Bleeding in the brain following an explosion can disrupt the blood supply to the brain causing extensive personal injury. As to avoiding a life threatening medical condition, Grossman Law forewarns that combat... ❯❯❯

Toy Labeling Now a Law in Manila

You’ve no doubt heard horror stories about kids becoming ill or even dying from exposure to harmful chemicals that are found in their toys. Remember back in 2007 when Mattel had to conduct a massive recall when it was discovered that toys manufactured for them in China contained lead paint? Luckily no children were harmed in this instance; a retailer discovered the lead and most of the... ❯❯❯

Family Essentials - Writing a Will

Everyone should have a will so upon your death your financial affairs can be dealt with in line with your wishes, this is exceptionally important if you have a family as the care of your children will need to be addressed as well as your financial matters. If you do not leave a will, your estate will be divided up following the Administration of Estates Act and the intestacy rules, this is... ❯❯❯

What are your Options if your Child is Injured at School?

A child’s school is traditionally, and quite rightly, seen as a safe place. Even with the vast number of children roaming the corridors and playgrounds, the number of incidents that affect children are, thankfully, really quite minimal. Every so often, however, an accident at school is inevitable. If the accident occurs because of your child’s adventurous nature, it’s something... ❯❯❯

How to Successfully Protect Yourself from Wrongful Allegations

There are a number of scenarios in which innocent people are faced with serious allegations.  Some common lines of work in which people are wrongfully accused of committing violent crimes include teaching private music lessons, providing one-on-one mental health counseling, and performing medical procedures or checkups with a single patient.  It is important for innocent people to... ❯❯❯

How a Driveway Alarm Can Help Protect Your Home and Family

When you are planning on adding a security system to your home, picking the right type can be crucial.  There are many home alarm systems out there, and every homeowner has unique needs and expectations in terms of home surveillance and protection.  Many people agree on the necessity of having basic sensors around the home, but beyond that, there is some disagreement over how useful... ❯❯❯

CTE Characteristic of Military Vets

Traumatic Brain Injury is a related-factor in one third of all accident-related demise in the U.S concludes Spohrer and Dodd. Medical investigators from Boston Healthcare System and the Veterans Administration have evidence of CTE in brain samples from a single incidence involving a soldier in combat. Soldiers that have survived a blast-related brain injury may be at an elevated risk for being... ❯❯❯

Cell Phone Victims Advocate Stop Texting Behind the Wheel

People sometimes are misinformed that a victim who pursues an injury lawsuit is trying to make easy money. That said, it really is unfortunate that most unsuspecting victims end up with more bills and less money. Teens operating a vehicle admit that they believe it is not without danger states Fox News, but most quipped it is better if they operate the phone where they can watch the highway and... ❯❯❯

How to Choose a Life Insurance Beneficiary

Life insurance policies typically require a beneficiary for the proceeds payable upon death.  This is one of the things that is predetermined by the policy holder. You must be certain that you are making the best choice. A beneficiary can be one, two, or more people, or even a trust you have setup with proceeds administered by the trustee, a charity, or your estate. When you designate... ❯❯❯

5 Big Mistakes to Avoid When Choosing a Divorce Lawyer

No one on their wedding day says their vows believing that in a few months or even many years later, they will be filing for divorce. So no matter how amicable the decision to part may be, a divorce can really take a toll on one’s emotional and financial stability. That’s why, if it gets to the point where you and your spouse are ready to permanently part ways, you both should be very... ❯❯❯