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Pelvic Organ Prolapse & Defective Transvaginal Mesh

Why does the word “POP” not sound like a good thing when it comes to medicine?  Perhaps it’s because, as a general rule, only bad stuff happens when someone says it pops! People say it for lots of injury-related issues. For example, “My knee pops, what’s wrong with it?” The


Help! I Was the Victim of a Hit and Run!

Oftentimes, I am contacted by individuals who have been injured in hit and run accidents. Amazingly, most victims have the misconception they cannot be compensated for their injuries. Specifically, most injured victims believe the negligent driver needs to be located before any recovery is allowed. In many cases, this is


Important Car Safety Recalls July/August 2013, Continued

To keep our readers informed and safe, we wanted to share more July and August recalls and alerts announced by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) Office of Defect Investigation (ODI). If you think your vehicle needs to be inspected, bring your car to your local dealership right away.


Why is Neck Pain Sometimes Delayed after a Car Accident?

As a personal injury lawyer, I have seen countless individuals who have been injured in car accidents. Oftentimes, I am told their neck pain did not commence until a few days after the accident. Surprisingly, this is a very common occurrence.  Based on numerous sources, whiplash injuries can remain dormant for


How To Address an Incorrect Accident Report

Auto accidents are chaotic events for all involved. Oftentimes, there are various things being taken care of by numerous people at the scene of an accident – paramedics, police officers, bystanders, and of course, the accident victims, themselves. The commotion at an accident site can sometimes lead to improper handling

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