Auto Accidents – Photographing The Scene

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To pursue a personal injury claim as a result of an auto accident, photographs of the scene of the collision are important.  You will want to photograph the scene of the collision from all angles, including any traffic control signs or signals.  If there are skidmarks, gauge marks in the pavement, or debris at the… Read more »

Auto Accident – What To Do At The Scene

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If you have been involved in an auto collision, you should first stop your car where it came to rest and turn off the engine.  Do not move the car until a police officer instructs you to do so. The most important thing is to check on the safety of your passengers and determine whether… Read more »

Serious Bleeding From Xarelto

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Xarelto is an anti-coagulant (blood thinner) approved for use in July 2011.  The drug is intended to prevent blood clots, pulmonary embolism, and stroke in patients undergoing knee or hip replacement surgery on in patients with atrial fibrillation.  However, reports to the federal Food and Drug Administration show that in some patients Xarelto may increase… Read more »

Auto Accidents – Preserving the Evidence.

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The success of a personal injury claim from an auto accident may depend on the gathering and preserving of evidence.  It is essential that the evidence from the site of the collision be obtained.  Photographs of skidmarks, debris from the collision, and condition of the roadway will document the evidence of the scene.  This evidence… Read more »