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Did a Defective Motorcycle Part Play a Role in Your Motorcycle Accident?

When a motorcycle accident occurs because of a faulty or defective bike part, it’s not always easy to tell. And it’s very important you know if a faulty part caused or contributed to your accident as that fact will play a significant role in how you move forward with your personal injury case. Keep reading to learn about some ways you can tell if a faulty or defective part played a role in a motorcycle accident.

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Types of Damages To Pursue After a Dog Bite

Dogs are mostly known as loyal and loving companions. These pets offer comfort and safety to the people who care for them.

However, these seemingly harmless animals can sometimes bite and cause serious injuries. If you are a victim of a dog bite, you may be eligible to file a claim and get compensation for the damages and injuries sustained. Understand the types of damages you may incur from a dog bite.

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7 Reasons to Hire an Attorney for Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

A work injury can leave you out of your job, in pain, and stressed about medical and household bills. Often, workers are unaware of all the compensation options available and receive fewer benefits than they deserve. Discover why you need a workers’ compensation attorney below.

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Types of Truck Accidents

Sharing a road with a reckless truck driver is among the things you likely don’t want to find yourself in. A truck wreck can easily leave you with permanent bodily injuries or even take your life. Common causes of today’s truck accidents are distracted driving, recklessness, fatigue, improper cargo loading, and driver intoxication. Before you file a truck accident claim, understand the particular accident you were involved in.

If you don’t know about various types of truck accidents, this blog is for you. Learn more about the subject here.

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Common Injuries From Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accidents are all too common, and they often result in serious injuries. While helmets and other safety gear can help minimize the risk of injury, the exposed nature of motorcycle riders means they are still vulnerable to being thrown from their bikes or striking an object. 

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, motorcyclists are four times more likely to be injured in a motor vehicle accident. This short guide will look at some of the most common motorcycle injuries.

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Car Wrecks: Actions You Should Take

Car accidents are jarring and stressful, not to mention the toll it takes on your health and finances as you recover. Fortunately, you can take the necessary steps to protect yourself and ensure accurate and considerable compensation, especially if you did not cause the wreck.

Here are the essential measures you should take if you get involved in a car accident.

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How to Ensure Success When Moving a Loved One to a Nursing Home

There comes a time when you need to consider a change in care or standard of living for your loved ones as they increase in age. Some are simply less interested in or able to manage the day to day of their own house and others are in need of an additional level of care and support. Frenkel & Frenkel wants to support you and your loved ones by providing our best advice in making a transition into a nursing home and ensuring you get the level of care that you deserve.

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CDC Lab Problems Discovered After Probe

The potential for a lawsuit exists following an investigation into security problems at the Center for Disease Control (CDC) laboratory in Atlanta. The problems discovered at the lab were detailed in a report on an anthrax exposure incident issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) as part of a Congressional committee summary. Anthrax Incident The USDA report focused on an incident in which a high-security CDC lab was supposed to completely kill anthrax samples before shipping them to two other CDC labs, but the bacteria was not completely sterilized.

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