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Ways to Avoid Injuries from Defective Products

Posted by NY Legal News | Oct 05, 2022 | 0 Comments

Marketing defects can be found on labels, instructions, packaging, and product stickers. What often happens is a lack of information about the safe use of the product. If the product looks dangerous when used a certain way, then precautions could prevent an accident.

How to Detect Medical Malpractice

Posted by NY Legal News | Sep 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

Detecting signs of malpractice means looking for things that seem off or unprofessional. Doctors who fail to follow up with a patient who has concerns about worsening symptoms or side effects might be acting carelessly. A medical team who takes too long to see a patient who is in need of emergency care might be deemed negligent in certain cases.

How Do I Sue for Medication Side Effects?

Posted by NY Legal News | Sep 21, 2022 | 0 Comments

All of these are reasons why most medication labels have extensive lists of side effects and warnings. Many warning labels will instruct consumers not to mix the medication with specific types of medications. Some medications have labels that warn consumers against driving or operating heavy machinery due to the side effects.

Can Anyone Sue for Wrongful Death?

Posted by NY Legal News | Sep 14, 2022 | 0 Comments

Some of the most common examples of wrongful death causes include car accidents, assault, workplace accidents, and medical malpractice. While the person who caused the death may not have intended for the death to occur, this does not make them immune to liability. Even if the cause was accidental, someone could still be sued for negligence.

Most Common Mistakes That Cause Car Accidents

Posted by NY Legal News | Sep 07, 2022 | 0 Comments

Performance errors are described as using poor directional control over the vehicle. They are also described as overcompensation. Using poor directional control might look like not staying in the proper lane or turning too quickly. Overcompensation often means steering or braking too quickly when coming across a sudden change on the road. This could lead to a rollover accident.

Truck Driver Errors that Cause Accidents

Posted by NY Legal News | Aug 24, 2022 | 0 Comments

Lane changing errors happen in similar ways when drivers merge into traffic the wrong way. Merging too late can lead to rear-end accidents when truck drivers do not have enough time to come to a stop. Changing lanes too quickly in front of a large truck can create similar problems.

How Diagnostic Errors Harm Patients

Posted by NY Legal News | Aug 17, 2022 | 0 Comments

This is how one diagnostic error can change the rest of someone’s life. Out of the thousands of medical malpractice claims filed each year, diagnostic errors represent some of the most common forms of malpractice. Compared to other forms of medical malpractice, diagnostic mistakes tend to lead to more deaths and disabilities.

What Increases Teen Driver Accidents?

Posted by NY Legal News | Aug 10, 2022 | 0 Comments

Driving with multiple passengers is particularly riskier for teen drivers due to less driving experience. Having other teens in the vehicle while a teen with minimal driving experience is driving can raise multiple risks. These risks include distractions while driving and being influenced by their friends to take greater risks while driving.

Pedestrian Safety Tips to Avoid Accidents

Posted by NY Legal News | Aug 03, 2022 | 0 Comments

Knowing that many pedestrian accidents are caused by not obeying crosswalks or failing to yield to traffic can be helpful. This means pedestrian accidents can be reduced if pedestrians follow crosswalk signals, use sidewalks instead of roadways, and yield to oncoming traffic. Running in front of traffic is risky and may result in severe injuries in the event of a collision.

Older Adults Suffer More Serious Fall Injuries

Posted by NY Legal News | Jul 27, 2022 | 0 Comments

Most bone fractures from fall injuries happen in the hips, wrists, ankles, and arms. Severe bone fractures can lead to chronic pain and lifelong problems with walking. So can certain soft tissue injuries. These types of injuries may damage the tendons, muscles, or ligaments, which can reduce the range of motion and movement in the afflicted joint.

When Are Car Accident Injuries Deemed Catastrophic?

Posted by NY Legal News | Jul 20, 2022 | 0 Comments

The long-term effects of traumatic brain injuries vary wildly depending on which of the brain is injured and the injury severity. Some brain injuries heal within a month or longer. Moderate to severe brain injuries can come with lifelong deficits in thinking, movement, sensation, communication, or personality.

Can I Sue for a Defective Medication?

Posted by NY Legal News | Jul 13, 2022 | 0 Comments

Faulty medications can result in mild to severe consequences depending on the defect. For example, a minor mislabeling error may lead to a simple lack of information about the product. However, a mislabeling error that lists the wrong dosage or frequency to use the medication could lead to an overdose.

Driving Tips to Reduce Your Chances of a Car Accident

Posted by NY Legal News | Jul 06, 2022 | 0 Comments

There are also tips for avoiding certain types of car accidents. Hydroplaning can be avoided by slowing down on wet roads. If the vehicle starts hydroplaning, rather than hitting the brakes, slowly apply pressure to the brake pedal. Allowing the car to slow down on its own is much safer than trying to regain control.

What if a Defective Medical Product Injured Me?

Posted by NY Legal News | Jun 22, 2022 | 0 Comments

Some of the most common defective medical devices that have been recalled over the past several years are implants. Surgical mesh was recalled after the mesh shrunk over time, resulting in severe pain in patients who had the mesh implanted in them. What happened is surgical mesh manufacturers were able to skip testing of their product with legal loopholes.

Are You Struggling with Back Pain After a Car Accident?

Posted by NY Legal News | Jun 15, 2022 | 0 Comments

Strains involve stretched or torn muscles and ligaments that make up the back and spine. This can happen in the upper, middle, or lower back. Torn muscle and ligaments may require surgery to reattach tissues for proper healing. Some strains may involve pain and soreness that persists after the injury or surgery.

Managing Traumatic Amputations After an Accident

Posted by NY Legal News | Jun 01, 2022 | 0 Comments

Tying a tourniquet is a common practice. Elevating the site of the bleeding is also helpful for reducing the rate of bleeding. Direct pressure is usually applied for about 15 minutes before bleeding slows down. However, applying direct pressure might be needed until paramedics arrive.

Types of Brain Injuries

Posted by NY Legal News | May 25, 2022 | 0 Comments

Closed brain injuries do not involve fractures to the skull, but rather, an internal injury to the brain. What happens is the head is jolted back enough to cause the brain to impact the inside of the skull at high speeds. This may lead to further complications like brain bleeding and swelling that can inflict damage to the brain through pressure.

How Road Rage Leads to Car Accidents

Posted by NY Legal News | May 18, 2022 | 0 Comments

These behaviors and responses may make other drivers angry which can lead to more aggressive driving or confusion. Any of these reactions can lead to a car accident. When drivers are confused or angry, the chances of losing control of their vehicle become higher.

How to Prove Your Premises Liability Lawsuit

Posted by NY Legal News | May 11, 2022 | 0 Comments

Not all defective conditions will be considered negligent. A defective condition can be ruled out if the condition is deemed trivial. These trivial conditions are considered too minor to be taken seriously as a cause of the accident. Obvious conditions like wet floors with no signs are more commonly accepted as serious defects.

Did I Suffer a Concussion or a Brain Injury?

Posted by NY Legal News | May 04, 2022 | 0 Comments

The most common symptoms of a concussion tend to last 30 minutes or less. Many people experience temporary confusion with memory and attention problems. Some people faint for a brief period and then wake up not knowing what happened. Not knowing where they are or who they are usually passes within a few minutes. Some people with concussions with experience nausea, dizziness, and vomiting.

Types of Burn Injuries and When to Sue

Posted by NY Legal News | Apr 27, 2022 | 0 Comments

Thermal burns are the most commonly known types of burn injuries. They happen from fires, scalding liquids, steam, and other forms of strong heat. Touching a hot metal surface, for example, would be a thermal burn. These burns can leave severe scarring, chronic pain, and permanent disfigurement.

How to Reduce the Chances of a Bicycle Accident

Posted by NY Legal News | Apr 20, 2022 | 0 Comments

Failing to yield the right of way is a mistake both drivers and bicyclists can make. This is common in unfamiliar driving situations and four-way stops. One driver may misperceive what the bicyclist is about to do, and a collision can occur. Some drivers and bicyclists may not know what the right of way rules are for each other. This can also lead to consequential mistakes.

When Can I File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

Posted by NY Legal News | Apr 13, 2022 | 0 Comments

Acts of omission are common with medical malpractice-related wrongful deaths. Doctors may fail to diagnose a deadly medical condition. Pharmacists may make a minor error that leads to an overdose on medication. Surgeons can make errors during surgery that causes an unexpected death.

Who Should I Notify After a Car Accident?

Posted by NY Legal News | Apr 06, 2022 | 0 Comments

Many people write notification letters to their auto insurance company and the other driver’s insurance company. Another option is to ask the other driver to inform their auto insurance company about the accident. Either method works but sending your own notification letter to the other driver’s insurance company gives you more control.

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