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  • The Difference Between a Catastrophic Injury and a Personal Injury

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 19-Nov-2018

    Any time one sustains an injury in an accident, it is generally a traumatic and overwhelming experience. The law allows injury victims the opportunity to file a claim against the party responsible for causing the accident that resulted in the injuries they suffered to cover economic and noneconomic costs, such as medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. However, there is a difference ...
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  • Federal Workplace Laws are Failing Injured Employees

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 29-Jan-2016

    Kevin Schiller is one of millions of workers who don’t have state-regulated workers’ compensation to turn to when they are injured at work. After more than 20 years on the job as a building engineer for Macy’s department stores, Schiller's career unexpectedly ended when a mannequin fell on him from the top of a 12-foot high shelf, causing him to hit his head first into a ...
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  • The Costs Associated with Catastrophic Injuries

    Posted By Nevada Personal Injury Attorney || 7-Nov-2011

    A catastrophic injury is one that will permanently affect the victim’s quality of life and his or her ability to earn a livelihood. This type of devastating injury can result from a Las Vegas car accident, pedestrian accident, slip-and-fall accident, or even a workplace accident. Victims who have suffered serious injuries because of someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing would be well ...
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  • What Makes an Injury Catastrophic?

    Posted By Las Vegas Injury Attorney || 27-Jul-2011

    Suffering an accident injury creates both financial and emotional hardships for the injured victim as well as their family. Suffering a catastrophic injury as the result of an accident magnifies these hardships. Though it does not have an official definition, catastrophic injury refers to severe injuries that require extensive treatment, cause much pain and suffering, and require long-term ...
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