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Legal Expenses Insurance

03rd June 2011
Legal expenses insurance covers the cost of taking or defending legal action when you or your business becomes involved in a dispute with someone else. It will cover things like solicitors/barristers fees, court costs, expert witnesses and any compensatio... Read >
Author: Jbird

Common Workplace Accidents

20th May 2011
Every year millions of workplace injuries are reported, and there are other millions minor injuries that go unreported. Workplace accidents are the injuries that occur either at your workplace or contributes to an injury while working. The people generall... Read >
Author: Tim Reynolds

10 ways to prevent car accidents

14th December 2010
Car accidents cause many thousands of accidents and injuries in the UK each year, and over 90% of all car accidents can be attributed to driver error.If you have suffered injuries after a road accident which was not your fault, you can claim compensation ... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

I Wrecked My Friend's Car - What Now?

25th June 2010
Your auto is in the repair shop for a couple days, and your friend very generously lets you use her spare car until you get yours back . Then the most humiliating thing imaginable happens - you wreck her car! What do you do now? First , obviously , you... Read >
Author: Rasansky Law Firm

How to Cure Neck Pain (Cervicalgia)

26th May 2010
Neck pain (or cervicalgia) is one of the most common problem, affecting almost two-thirds of the global population at some point in their lives. Its felt in the neck but could be due to numerous spinal problems. It surfaces due to tightness of muscles in... Read >
Author: Darshan Ahmad

Overview of Car Accident Lawsuits

30th April 2010
Every day people are injured in car accidents. This does not mean every auto accident will result in a car accident lawsuit. It is important that an injured person speak to a lawyer that is experienced auto accidents. Each state has different criteria and... Read >
Author: Penelope Stone

The Black Eyes and Effective Treatment of Black Eyes

11th April 2010
A black eye is a relatively common result of injury to the face or the head, caused when blood and other fluids collect in the space around the eye; swelling and dark discoloration result-hence, the name "black eye." Most black eyes are relatively mino... Read >
Author: Dr. Lee Mikal

Understanding the Benefits of Gabapentin

25th January 2010
Gabapentin is a drug used to help control various kinds of seizures associated with epilepsy. It cannot cure epilepsy, but helps control it and will only work as long as its use is continued. It is also used to treat the pain that occurs after a bout with... Read >
Author: Tom Harel

Varicose Veins on Leg and Thigh, Remedies to Cure It

04th January 2010
Varicose veins are veins that have become enlarged and tortuous. The term usually refers to the veins on the leg, although varicose veins can occur elsewhere. Veins have leaflet valves to prevent blood from smooth backwards (retrograde). Leg muscles pump ... Read >
Author: Dr. Sarkozy Mikal

Dermatographia: Overview, Symptoms, and Treatment

13th November 2009
Dermatographia (aka "skin writing") is a rare, auto-immune skin condition which affects about five percent of the human population. Individuals impacted by this condition have hypersensitive skin and even minor injuries, rubbing, or scratching can cause r... Read >
Author: Safiur Rahman

How To Make Bunk Beds Safe

09th October 2009
Most parents' biggest fears regarding bunk beds relate to their child being injured. These fears are well founded when you consider the number of accidents and injuries we read about in the news and see on television. For some parents, the thought of ano... Read >
Author: A.Deakin

Etonic Soft-Tech Dress Shoes

21st August 2009
If you are looking for a line of dress shoes that looks stylish but will give you top quality support, traction and motion control, check out Etonic's collection of Soft-Tech shoes. The shoe SFT20-1 comes in Black/Black, White/Black and White/White. It... Read >
Author: jane baron

Osteopathy and the Treatment of Wrist Fractures

23rd July 2009
Every winter the weather gets cold and icy at some time and we realise that the time has come when we are less safe out and about, that season when people start to slip and fall. Falls on an outstretched hand (FOOSH) are a very common injury and often cau... Read >
Author: David Ravech

400,000 Compensation Claim for Cut Finger Case Reveals Effect of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

09th April 2009
Newspapers and websites have been heavily publicizing the case of a mechanic who received £400,000 after injuring his hand on a knife left in a police vehicle. The man, Alexander Darg, developed Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in the seven yea... Read >
Author: Neil Worrall - Camps Solicitors

The Treatment of Wrist Fractures by Physiotherapists

30th November 2008
How Physiotherapists Treat Wrist Fractures by Jonathan Blood Smyth Every winter the weather gets cold and icy at some time and we realise that the time has come when we are less safe out and about, that season when people start to slip and fall. Falls... Read >
Author: David Ravech
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