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June 2016 Archives

Can service dogs help traumatic brain injury patients?

People who suffer from traumatic brain injuries sometimes have lifelong disabilities that can make daily activities difficult. Some of these patients might benefit from having assistance with those activities. Help from other humans is one option, but some patients might prefer help from a service dog.

Handling insurance claims after an accident

After a car accident, you will likely have to deal with an insurance claim. It is very important that you handle the insurance claim properly after the accident because your actions can affect what type of financial assistance you get after the accident. Because of the shock of being in an accident, you might not be able to think clearly after the accident. It is crucial that you learn how to handle claims before you are placed in that situation.

Rear-end accidents and proving fault

Being involved in a rear-end accident can led to very serious injuries. The impact on your vehicle can make the vehicle jerk, which can lead to you becoming injured by the jarring movement. Because of the severity of injuries like fractures, broken bones, whiplash, back injuries, traumatic brain injuries, and similar injuries, it should come as no shock that many people who are involved in these accidents choose to seek compensation.

Informed consent is a crucial component of medical care

Barring an emergency need for surgery, anyone who is going into surgery should be informed of the risks and benefits of the surgical procedure. In fact, informed consent is important in a variety of medical procedures because many procedures come with risks. There are some cases in which the informed consent must be obtained in the form of a written statement.

Public events must be closely monitored for safety

The Memorial Day weekend is a holiday weekend that is associated with outdoor events. The all-terrain vehicle event at Ohio's Powerline Park is one of the largest events at the facility. Hundreds of people flock to the 1,000-acre park to enjoy the off-road event. This year, the event turned fatal when a 46-year-old man from a Pennsylvania was killed.

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