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What Are the Types of Burn Injuries?
What Are the Types of Burn Injuries?

Burn injuries are classified by cause and severity. The main types of burn injuries – and the ones you may be familiar with – are first-degree, second-degree, and third-degree burns. Some sources, such as the National Institute of General Medical Sciences also recognize ...

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Blog posts in Car Accidents

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    Distracted driving has become a serious nationwide problem, especially over the last several years as cell phones have taken over much of our everyday ...

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  • Who Is Liable in a Rental Car Collision?

    If you’re involved in a collision with a rental car, there are certain steps you must take to ensure a valid personal injury claim. As always, the ...

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  • What Is the Relationship Between Alcoholism and DUIs?

    Drunk driving is a huge problem in the United States. In 2018 alone, 10,511 people lost their lives to drunk driving accidents. Most people know that ...

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  • Understanding Automotive Safety Recalls

    When you drive a motor vehicle, you trust it to get you from point A to point B without incident. Like most people, you probably assume that car ...

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  • Drive Safe! An Important Safety Regulation Has Been Suspended Due to COVID-19

    With much of the population staying home because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, truck drivers are taking over the roadway and working harder ...

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  • Should I Give a Recorded Statement to the Other Driver’s Insurance Provider?

    The car accident claims process often involves lengthy negotiations with the other driver, their attorneys, and their insurance provider. Throughout ...

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  • Car Accident Injuries Caused by Airbags

    Airbags protect car accident victims from further injury, but they can also cause injuries — even if the airbag is functioning properly. The force of ...

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  • Should You Always Report a Car Accident?

    As a driver, you’ve probably been frequently advised to contact the police and your insurance company after a car accident. The purpose of reporting a ...

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  • Can a Business be Liable for Car Accidents in Their Parking Lot?

    When a collision occurs on the road, fault is generally attributed to either one driver or the other. Of course, there could have been other factors ...

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