Spinal cord injuries are serious matters. Not only do you have to think about how your physical abilities have changed, you will need to consider how those changes are impacting your family members. This means that there will be emotional aspects to address on top of the physical ones.
Slipping or tripping on a slippery surface can lead to serious accidents. It is imperative that you use proper safety techniques to try to prevent these falls from occurring.
Best Lawyers, a peer review magazine, announced on November 3, 2017 the 2018 "Lawyer of the Year" Awards for Northern California. R. Lewis Van Blois of the Van Blois Law in Oakland, California was selected as the Plaintiff Product Liability "Lawyer of the Year" for Northern California. Michael E. Gatto of the Van Blois Law was selected as the "Lawyer of the Year" for Plaintiff Personal Injury Litigation. The Best Lawyers awards appeared in a supplement to the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper and the Wall Street Journal. Best Lawyers conducts exhaustive peer-review surveys in which thousands of leading lawyers confidentially evaluate their professional peers.
As one of our California readers, living in a state where traveling on the roads is, arguably, the mainstay of transportation and commutation, we know that you may have some fears about driving in close proximity to large commercial trucks. These big rigs don't always pay close attention to passenger vehicles, which can make your time on the road stressful.
People get into terrible car accidents every day in California. There are some fatalities and often some serious injuries. If you recently experienced a severe car accident, you may consider yourself lucky to have only suffered a broken bone. In some cases, however, that broken bone may develop into something more serious. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), also called Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), can sometimes develop as a result of broken bones. For those who develop this painful and sometimes debilitating condition, CRPS can impact all aspects of their lives.