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Can My Pre-Existing Injury Affect My Injury Claim?

Accidents can happen at any time, in any place, and to any person. If you sustain an injury due to someone else’s negligence, an insurance claim or lawsuit can help you recover the funds you need to treat your condition. However, all damages must involve the injuries you sustain in the accident
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What Are Common Delayed Accident Injuries?

Car accidents are common on San Diego roads, and these crashes range in severity from minor rear-end collisions to fatal rollovers. While some injuries after a car accident appear right away, such as broken bones and burns, others do not appear until hours or even days later. Delayed accident injuries require the
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How Pain and Suffering Damages Are Calculated

In California, people who suffer injuries due to negligence can file a personal injury lawsuit over the losses they incur due to the accident. If you are filing this action, there are two types of damages you can claim: economic and non-economic. Economic damages involve the financial losses you incur, while non-economic
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How Are Damages Calculated in a Truvada Case?

Truvada is a pre-exposure prophylactic (PrEP) medication designed to treat and reduce the risk of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. Unfortunately, many Truvada patients report developing kidney and bone diseases while taking the drug — leading to significant financial, physical, and emotional damage. If you are a victim of defective Truvada medication,
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What Is the Court Process for a Personal Injury Claim?

If you are filing a personal injury claim, you may wonder what you can expect from the California court process. These civil lawsuits require a number of important meetings and processes, from investigation and negotiations to discovery and the trial process. The exact process your lawsuit will follow will depend on the
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Is There a Minimum Personal Injury Settlement Amount?

When a person sustains an injury due to the negligent actions of another, he or she deserves fair compensation. The injury victim can collect this compensation by filing a personal injury lawsuit against the person or entity responsible for the accident. If you are filing a personal injury lawsuit, you may wonder
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How Can an Injury Attorney Help My Elmiron Case?

Elmiron, a popular medication used to treat interstitial cystitis, may lead to degenerative eye diseases and permanent vision damage. Today, many former patients are filing lawsuits against Elmiron’s manufacturer, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, for the losses they suffered due to this dangerous defect. If you developed eye damage after taking Elmiron, you may qualify
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How Long Does It Take to Settle a Mass Tort Case?

Mass tort claims involve multiple people filing lawsuits against the same defendant, alleging harm due to the defendant’s negligence. These claims usually involve defective or dangerous products, such as medications or medical devices, that cause injury to consumers. By filing a lawsuit, plaintiffs can seek compensation for the losses they sustained due
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Differences Between Mass Tort and Class Action Lawsuits

When it comes to dangerous and defective products, many plaintiffs suffer similar injuries due to the same act or acts of negligence. Filing hundreds of individual lawsuits against the product’s manufacturer can be costly and time consuming, so many attorneys turn to two large lawsuit options to streamline the claims: mass torts,
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What Is a Multidistrict Litigation?

Lawsuits involving dangerous and defective drugs rarely impact just one person. Often, hundreds or even thousands of patients can suffer the same injuries due to these medications — and because the same manufacturer’s negligence contributes to these injuries, a large number of people may file similar claims against one defendant. To streamline
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