Pre-existing conditions present a challenge when you’ve been in a car accident. Sometimes the pre-existing condition is unaffected, but more of the time the condition is either aggravated or worsened.
If an uninsured driver caused your car accident, your uninsured motorist (UM) coverage is there to protect you, if you have it.
You may not need a car accident lawyer to help with simple claims when you did not suffer injuries. However, there are several reasons why you would benefit from hiring a personal injury attorney.
Many people with chronic pain believe there is something physically wrong with them because their brain is telling them they are in pain.
Since many TBIs go undiagnosed or undertreated, we hope this guide will empower you to have your health care providers test for Traumatic Brain Injury and to quickly get the help you need.
If technology is making cars safer, then why are they killing so many people? The answer might surprise you. It’s not faulty computer programing, defective AI, or gremlins.
Protecting your rights and easing your stress after a car accident does not have to be difficult. Whether you call a personal injury firm, like Gage Mathers, or want to handle things yourself, there are important things you should know.
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a major cause of death and disability in the United States. Every year there are around 3 million TBI-related emergency department (ED) visits, hospitalizations, and deaths. Nearly 150 Americans die from TBI-related injuries each day. Those who survive a TBI can face effects that last a few days, or the rest of their lives.
Even minor impacts can cause injuries. You might not feel your injuries until hours or days after the crash.
Learn what to do if you have been in a crash, and how to protect yourself in the future.
Perhaps you were commuting in Southwest Arizona and got into an accident due to a negligent driver. You may have suffered a brain injury or another catastrophic injury…
Red-light running crashes accounted for 939 of the more than 40,000 traffic deaths in 2017. According to a AAA report, this is the highest that the number has been in 10 years. Why is this number so high?
A team of researchers has detailed a new method for using impact velocity and collision angle to calculate the probability of a Traumatic Brain Injury.
While conventional wisdom holds that older people are some of the worst drivers, a recent Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) study stands conventional wisdom on its head.