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October 2017 Archives

Steps to take in the wake of a car accident

Recently, this Lexington blog provided an informational post about certain actions individuals should avoid when they are involved in motor vehicle accidents. Many of the suggestions made therein are intended to help individuals protect themselves from potential liability and false claims of responsibility after car accidents have occurred. However, there are a number of steps individuals should take if they are involved in automobile collisions.

Wrongful death claims exist separate from criminal charges

Each day that a Lexington resident wakes up and climbs out of bed, there is no way to anticipate the challenges and complications that they may face as their mornings begin. For most people, days unfold in predictable patterns as they engage in the normal activities that require their time, such as taking their kids to school, going to their places of employment to do their work, and returning home to make dinner and spend quality time with their families. For some, though, significant incidents happen and throw their lives into turmoil.

New clinical trial set to determine safety of power morcellators

A woman who has uterine fibroids will usually visit a doctor to discuss what treatment options are available. In some cases, removing the fibroids is necessary. For a period of time, the use of power morcellators looked like a promising option for taking care of this issue. The device enabled the surgeon to preform minimally invasive surgery that had a faster healing time than traditionally surgery.

What do I do if I am hurt by an unsafe household product?

Thousands of American consumers are harmed by unsafe household products every year and incur significant costs as they must seek treatment for their injuries and take time away from their responsibilities to recuperate and heal. When a Lexington resident suffers harm due to their use of a consumer good, they should first make sure that their medical needs are met. Once they have attended to their incident-related ailments, they may wish to consult with an attorney to learn about their possible claims for the recovery of their damages.