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Competent first aid training

A first aid instructor has drawn my attention to an interesting case – Lembo v Pacific Brands Holdings NSWDC 35 and asked the following questions: 1,736 more words


Can I file a brain injury lawsuit on behalf of a loved one?

We’ve got a situation where somebody we really care about, a loved one, a family 162 more words


When You're Wrongly Accused by Social Media

by Achiraya Auton
December 1, 2016
Bangkok | Thailand

No one can imagine how hard it is to live with a mistake that you didn’t make! 546 more words

Common Injury Accidents that Lead to Traumatic Brain Injuries

In the personal injury world, few injuries that a person can suffer are as life-changing and debilitating as a traumatic brain injury (TBI). While victims who suffer a mild TBI may be fortunate enough to make a full recovery, moderate or severe TBI victims are often left with some impairment or loss of functioning that remains long after the victim leaves the hospital. 470 more words

Personal Injury

Call Me If....You Sustain a Personal Injury

If you or someone in your family sustains a personal injury in a vehicle collision, slip and fall, trip and fall, or other incident involving negligence you need good legal counsel.  128 more words

Personal Injury

Can Chester v Afshar Apply To Cases Other Than Consent?

That was the question asked of the High Court in Crossman v St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust    [1].

The Facts In Crossman:

Mr Crossman began to suffer symptoms of numbness and pain in his arm and neck.  1,231 more words

Clinical Negligence

When did it become imperative that every child should have a birthday party every year? Honestly, some marketing genius started a campaign to guilt parents into giving their children a full blown birthday party EVERY year.   557 more words

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