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November 2017 Archives

We aggressively advocate wrongful death claims

Recently on this blog we discussed how heart attacks are diagnosed. This medical condition, as is the case with many diseases, can oftentimes be effectively treated when quickly and accurately diagnosed. In other words, competent medical care should lead to a favorable outcome, or at least one where the harm is minimized. Yet far too often in our society, individuals act negligently, resulting in harm being suffered by innocent people. Sometimes this negligence can lead to death.

New Mexico woman arrested after child seriously injured

For many New Mexico residents, their children are the center of their lives. These parents are willing to do everything within their power to ensure that their children are safe and financially cared for. Unfortunately, though, incidences occur that leave children harmed. Some of these incidences are nothing more than accidents, such as when a child is hurt while playing at recess. In other cases, though, children suffer serious injuries caused by child abuse and child neglect.

Traumatic brain injury treatment can be intensive and ongoing

It doesn't take much for a mistake made on the road or in the hospital to lead to devastating consequences. For many New Mexico residents, these incidences leave them with serious injuries. Among these injuries is a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Although most people are familiar with the term, and some may have knowledge about what the injury entails, fewer have a firm grasp of just how much work it takes to try to recover from a TBI.

Wrongful death risks may be highest in the hospital

You know that accidents take lives. It's a risk you must face. Maybe you're a white-knuckle flier who can't wait for the plane to get back on the ground. Maybe you're constantly on the lookout for distracted drivers during your daily commute. Maybe you're worried about dangerous and defective products.

How is a heart attack diagnosed?

Most New Mexico residents have been placed under extreme stress at some point in their lives. For some, stress can be accompanied by drastic physical symptoms, which may include headaches, difficulty sleeping, and an upset stomach. Others, though, may experience chest pain. Although this may just be a sign of stress, it might also be a symptom of a heart attack. Stress, while unhealthy over the long run, typically poses no immediate safety risk. A heart attack, on the other hand, can prove fatal.

Car accidents and post-traumatic stress disorder

The human body, although resilient, can be extremely fragile. This fact is illustrated by the types of injuries that can be suffered in a car accident. A relatively minor wreck, of course, will likely only result in minor harm, such and bruises and small cuts. Other crashes, though, may leave a victim with serious injuries that can be life-threatening. The effects of these injuries can be long-lasting and leave victims struggling physically, emotionally, and financially.

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