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How To Stay Productive and Motivated While Working From Home

By USClaims

Staying connected can help boost your productivity, keep you motivated, and ensure that we will get through this safely and successfully.

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5 Tips for Retrieving Medical Records

By USClaims

It is essential to obtain this patient authorization form as soon as possible, and to verify that all the information is filled out, signed, and accurate.

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Military Families Outraged and Betrayed Over PFAS Dangers

By USClaims

Even small doses of PFAS have been linked to various forms of cancer, reproductive damage, and immune system harm—to name just a few.

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Valsartan Cancer Lawsuits Due to N-nitrosodimethylamine

By USClaims

Volatile NDMA has been shown to potentially induce tumors of the lung, bladder, kidney, liver, pancreas, esophagus, and tongue.

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$8 Million Asbestos Exposure Verdict for St. Louis Auto Mechanic

By USClaims

Bennett claimed he had been exposed to asbestos over the course of his time as an auto mechanic with Ford.

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Will Vaping Injuries Bring a Storm of Litigation?

By USClaims

An outbreak of serious illnesses that are allegedly tied to vaping will almost certainly result in a virtual storm of litigation against the manufacturers of e-cigarettes and vaping supplies.

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Lion Air Lawsuits Settled by Boeing

By USClaims

A $100 million compensation fund was set up by Boeing earlier this year, which will pay the families of each person who died in a 737 MAX crash

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NHTSA Investigates Poor Frame Welds on Jeep Wranglers

By USClaims

As more and more vehicles or vehicle parts are recalled, more consumers will be filing lawsuits for the injuries caused by these dangerous vehicles.

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Amazon Knew Hoverboards Were Prone to Exploding

By USClaims

The original claim alleged Amazon sold a hoverboard, which later caught fire, resulting in severe injuries to the plaintiff as well as destroying a home.

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Quadriplegic Crash Victim in Dallas Wins $37.6 Million in Honda Seat Belt Lawsuit

By USClaims

According to NBC News, a Texas jury awarded a woman paralyzed in a 2015 car crash of $37.6 million after she sued the automaker, Honda.

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Bicycles, Scooters, Skates and Skateboards—The Four Things Most Likely to Send Kids to the ER

By USClaims

In 2014, there were 439,960 emergency room visits resulting from a fall from a bicycle, skateboard, roller skates, or a scooter.

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Greyhound Lines, Inc. Ordered to Pay $27 Million After Bus Crash in Pennsylvania

By USClaims

Forty-five-year-old Mark Soberay was a survivor in the Greyhound bus crash which killed one Vietnam tourist and injured more than 40 other passengers.

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Negligent Colorado Truck Driver Kills Four, Injures Six But Only Has $750,000 in Liability Insurance

By USClaims

Truck Driver Driving 75 mph in a 45 mph Zone When Collision Occurred. Truck Driver Charged with 36 Felonies.

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit Stemming from Tesla Model X Autopilot Crash

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The wrongful death lawsuit also alleges Tesla failed to warn, engaged in false advertising, breach of product liability, and defectively designed the product.

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3M Agrees to Settle Lawsuit with Alabama Water Authority

By USClaims

When the US Environmental Protection Agency tested the drinking water in 2016, they found it tested above lifetime exposure guides for PFOA and PFOS. WMEL provides water to approximately 53,000 people.

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Infections Caused by Leaking Breast Implants Leave Women Fighting Insurers

By USClaims

In 2017, literally thousands of breast implant problems flooded the FDA’s system, with more than 4,000 injury reports filed in the last half of 2017, and a whopping 8,000 in the first six months of 2018.

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One of the Largest Jury Verdicts in Colorado History Awarded to Denver Bicyclist Paralyzed in a Car Crash

By USClaims

Injuries from bicycle accidents can be so serious they leave the victim unable to work for weeks, months, or perhaps even for a lifetime.

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Number of Pedestrian Deaths Skyrocket

By USClaims

Clients who have been injured as the result of a pedestrian accident could find themselves with serious injuries and medical expenses they are unable to pay.

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Merck to Face Growing Number of Zostavax Lawsuit Claims

By USClaims

Did Merck Exhibit a Failure to Warn? Many patients who received the Zostavax injection subsequently filed product liability claims against Merck.

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Report Suggests J & J Was Aware for Decades that Talc Products Contained Asbestos

By USClaims

Johnson & Johnson talc lawsuits resulted in a “watershed” verdict in St. Louis when 22 plaintiffs succeeded in a claim against J & J which alleged asbestos-tainted Johnson’s Baby Powder and Johnson’s Shower to Shower was responsible for their ovarian cancer.

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National Law Journal Names USClaims The Best Funding Provider in California

By USClaims

Top-ranked pre-settlement funding company takes home the top award in California.

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Obstetrician Who Called Broker During Delivery Hit with $33.8 Million Birth Injury Malpractice Judgment

By USClaims

Doctor walked away from the mother in labor several different times—once long enough to take an eight-minute phone call from his stockbroker. The baby, suffered a birth injury of severe brain damage due to lack of oxygen.

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Wearable Technology and Personal Injury Claims

By USClaims

Helping Clients with Personal Injury Claims When Wearable Technology is an Issue.

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Increased Risk of Invokana Amputations

By USClaims

Manufacturers knew—or should have known about the serious side effects of Invokana, including Invokana amputations.

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Another Airline Lawsuit When Colorado Man Sues Southwest Airlines After Suitcase Falls on His Head

By USClaims

Airline lawsuit are a more frequent occurrence as more injured travelers step forward to hold airlines accountable. While injuries occurring during a flight are not particularly common given the number of people who fly each year, there are consequences for the airlines when negligence leads to an injury.

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Working in an Office Doesn’t Always Mean You’re Safe

By USClaims

Even with taking precautions, it is possible to still get injured at the office. If you have initiated a lawsuit surrounding an office-related fall or other injury, but worry about your ability to keep up with all of your expenses, call USClaims.

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Lawsuits Filed in Mississippi Casino Bus Crash

By USClaims

USClaims can help pay medical expenses related to bus crash injuries as well as regular monthly expenses if unable to work in anticipation of a court judgment or settlement.

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J & J to Begin Settling Pinnacle Hip Claims

By USClaims

It is not entirely clear whether this latest settlement would cover all remaining Pinnacle lawsuits. Over the past two years, Dallas juries have ordered J & J to pay nearly $1.7 billion…

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Can I Get Paid for Missed Work Following a Car Accident?

By USClaims

If you’re having trouble meeting your expenses while waiting for a legal settlement for lost wages caused by a car accident, call USClaims.

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Pelvic Mesh Lawyer Claims Settlements are “Puny”

By USClaims

Clients injured as a result of an operation using pelvic mesh may find themselves with medical expenses they are unable to pay, and could also be unable to work due to the severity of the symptoms. USClaims can help.

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Whiplash to Broken Bones – 5 Common Car Accident Injuries

By USClaims

Injuries often require hospital stays, doctor appointments, and physical therapy to heal properly, all which can be very expensive. At USClaims, we offer pre-settlement funding assistance.

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The Use Of Cell Phone Evidence In Accident Cases

By USClaims

A valuable source of evidence is carried by virtually every driver – a cell phone. GPS tracking might help determine speed or might indicate where a driver was located before an accident.

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Were Visitors to the Grand Canyon Exposed to Radiation?

By USClaims

Should it turn out that both Park employees as well as visitors to the Grand Canyon Museum received unacceptable levels of radiation exposure, the litigation regarding that exposure could drag on for years. USClaims can help your clients pay their medical expenses related to radiation injury.

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Distracted Driver Lawsuits on the Upswing

By USClaims

There is little doubt in anyone’s mind that distracted driving is becoming more and more prevalent.

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The Gig Economy And Employer Liability

By USClaims

There are several ways in which an employer may be found liable for the actions of independent contractors.

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Shingles Vaccine Zostavax Side Effects

By USClaims

Some patients who received Zostavax, developed Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome, which is a type of Bell’s Palsy, while other patients developed postherpetic neuralgia.

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New Technologies Could Potentially Prevent Thousands of Truck Accidents Annually

By USClaims

Any time a passenger vehicle collides with a large commercial truck, those in the passenger vehicle are extremely likely to suffer serious injury or death.

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Serious Burn Injury Cases

By USClaims

According to the American Burn Association, there were 486,000 burn injuries in the United States that required medical treatments . If you are representing a client that has suffered a serious burn injury, they may be entitled to substantial compensation for their injuries…

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Top Tips for Avoiding Snow Related Accidents

By USClaims

The combination of snow and ice make for slippery surfaces everywhere. Whether you plan on driving in snowy conditions, walking to the store, or participating in winter activities (ice skating, sledding, snow skiing), it is important that you take certain safety precautions…

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Another Blood Pressure Drug Valsartan Recalled for Possible Cancer Risk

By USClaims

Another Blood Pressure Drug Recalled for Possible Cancer Risk.  Food and Drug Administration is now investigating the causes of impurities known to be carcinogenic in multiple blood pressure and heart medications.

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Georgia Supreme Court Recognizes Legal Funding as Investments, Not Loans

By USClaims

Georgia Supreme Court ruled that legal funding is not a loan, but rather an investment. In a consumer legal funding transaction the plaintiff must only repay the funds if their lawsuit is successful, and the amount to be repaid is limited by the funds recovered in the lawsuit.

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Increased Alcohol Consumption During December Holidays

By USClaims

During these celebratory times, many people tend to find that they consume alcohol more than they usually do during other times of the year. This may result in injury or even death.

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Common Holiday Decorating Injuries

By USClaims

While holiday decorating may seem like a harmless activity, certain decorations are more dangerous than others and can cause serious injuries and in some cases death.

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U.S. Claims Open for Business in Illinois

By USClaims

U.S. Claims now brings that same success to Illinois residents and has begun to offer pre-settlement funding solutions in the state.  Plaintiffs awaiting a lawsuit settlement can now receive cash before their case settles with no out of pocket cost and the transactions are non-recourse to the claimant, do not require a credit check, and – best of all – nothing is owed unless the claim is successful.

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Sprains, Strains, and Tears: The Most Common Workplace Injuries

By USClaims

Work can certainly be emotionally and mentally taxing, but according to numerous statistics, it can also be physically harmful. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics in 2017, 2.8 million non-fatal workplace injuries and illness were reported by employees within the private sector. Of these injuries and illnesses, sprains, strains, and tears is the most common type of manufacturing injury/accident category by both the frequency of workers’ compensation claims and their severity.

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A Risk of Weather-Related Crashes: Hydroplaning

By USClaims

Snow can worry a lot of drivers; it can cause traffic delays, slippery roads, and even ice. But there’s another risk of snow that many drivers don’t consider: hydroplaning. Hydroplaning occurs when standing water on roadways causes a car to rest on the water rather than the roadway. When this happens, it removes the driver’s ability to maintain steering and control of the vehicle.

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Construction Worker Safety Risks During Winter Months

By USClaims

With the shorter days, darker evenings, and colder weather come additional risks for drivers. But for construction workers, who already face a higher risk of injury, the winter months mean more safety hazards.

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Work-Related Foot and Ankle Injuries May Prove More Serious than Thought

By USClaims

When we think of injuring our foot or ankle, we tend to think of a simple sprain or something that will quickly pass over. But what many people don’t realize is that work-related foot and ankle injuries may not only prove extremely painful and entitle an individual to workers’ compensation, but can also result in…

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Daylight Saving Time A Factor in Fatal Car Crashes

By USClaims

It’s this time of year when we start to think about the changing days due to daylight savings time. It stays darker later in the morning and becomes darker outside earlier in the evening. Most states participate in daylight saving time twice per year, with the second Sunday in March taking an hour of daylight away from the morning and giving it to the evening. This remains until the first Sunday in November, when the clock falls back into place. And while most are happy to gain an extra hour in their day on the day that it occurs in the fall, or gain another hour of sunlight in the spring, it also contributes to some rather unhappy statistics.

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Wintertime Slip and Falls Create Serious Risk of Injury

By USClaims

We all know the dangerous winter conditions bring slip and falls. Snow and ice make driving so unsafe at times that both schools and businesses experience delays and even closures. And though we try to be very mindful of the risks involved with driving in such conditions, rarely do we give as much consideration to the dangers lurking right on the sidewalk. During the wintertime, snow and ice may prove a large risk for slip and fall injuries.

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Less Than One-Quarter of Fatalities in School Transportation Vehicles Are Children

By USClaims

School buses and other school transportation vehicles are usually a safe method for getting children to and from school. But like other vehicles, school buses are unfortunately not immune to accidents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, each year an average of 131 school-age children are killed in school-transportation-related crashes, most of which occur outside of the bus or inside of other vehicles. Despite that the crashes involve school-related-transportation vehicles, less than one-quarter of those killed were actually children.

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Companies Facing Financial Pressure Experience More Common Workplace Injuries

By USClaims

While maintaining control for other factors, the rates of injury or illness are five to fifteen percent higher during periods where a business meets or barely exceeds its analyst forecasts. These rates are much higher than those businesses that miss or comfortably beat their forecasts. Data from OSHA shows that one in every 24 employees is injured in companies that barely miss or just make analyst earnings, while only one in 27 is injured at companies that miss or comfortably beat them.

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Driving with Pets Increases the Likelihood of Distracted Driving

By USClaims

In the United States, there are 43.4 million households with pets. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in 2013 alone there were over 5.6 million crashes, contributing to 1.59 million injuries, and 32,719 fatalities. Since 34.4 million households drive with their pets, it is likely that many of them were also involved – over 80 percent of which were likely unrestrained. A meager 16 percent of people who drive with their dogs in their vehicle properly restrain them. This means that these animals were in a state of shock, if not actually injured.

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Increased Car Accidents Prove Ghosts Aren’t Only Scary Thing on Halloween

By USClaims

Halloween is known for all things scary. From ghosts to zombies, haunted houses to spooky music and movies, we often associate the holiday with being frightened. And although it can be a lot of fun, unfortunately not all scares are enjoyable. Historical data has shown that children who are out trick or treating are much more likely to be killed by a car on the night of Halloween – in fact, twice as likely.

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Construction Industry Injuries and Fatalities on the Rise

By USClaims

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 985 construction workers died in the United States in 2015. The next year saw relatively the same number of fatalities with a total of 970 fatalities in the construction industry, out of a total of 5,190 work-related fatalities.

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Number of Animal-Related Collisions Are Highest in the Fall

By USClaims

With new seasons come new things to look forward to. As the leaves change in autumn, the brisk air conjures up many memories and fun activities: Sunday football, big sweaters, and pumpkin spiced everything. Something else the season brings: deer.

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Doctors Aren’t the Only Medical Professionals Facing Malpractice Claims

By USClaims

When you are sick, it used to be that you would go to the doctor. But today, with projections that by 2025 nurse practitioners will make up one-third of family practices, it is more evident than ever, that nurse practitioners (NPs) are playing a major role in our healthcare.

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Despite Under-Reporting, Medical Error Proves Third Leading Cause of Death in U.S.

By USClaims

According to a 2017 group survey conducted by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, (IHI) the National Patient Safety Foundation (NPSF), the Lucian Leape Institute and the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago, 21 percent of individuals in the United States believe that they might have been subjected to medical malpractice at some point in the past.

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Non-Licensed Drivers Responsible for 20 Percent of All Auto Accidents

By USClaims

There are many risks involved in driving, and many laws in place in order to minimize them and create as safe of an environment as possible. One such law is the requirement of a valid driver’s license when operating any motor vehicle.

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America: The Most Dangerous Place to Give Birth

By USClaims

For many women and their loved ones, giving childbirth not only evokes an overwhelming feeling of joy and anticipation, but also fear. While bringing new life into the world is truly a miracle, our knowledge and apprehension of the risks effecting both mother and baby can overwhelm us with a feeling of great concern; and…

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How to Help Lower the Risk of Public Pool Slip and Fall Accidents

By USClaims

If you’re a child, summer means many things: the ice cream man, trips to the beach, BBQs, and jumping in and out (…and in and out) of the pool. For many families, those long, dog days of summer are often spent at a neighboring public pool. And while the water provides a much-needed cool down…

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Construction Accidents Account for One in Five Work Deaths

By USClaims

It’s not surprising that while on the job we make a mistake or two. After all, we’re only human. But while some mistakes can be remedied, and some can cost you your job, there are also mistakes that can cost you your life. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which is responsible…

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Medical Malpractice a Common Cause of Paralysis

By USClaims

When someone suffers an injury or damage to his or her spine or brain, and the signals between your brain and your muscles no longer function correctly (either from being interrupted or completely blocked), it can cause one to partially or fully lose their ability to move those muscles. Paralysis can affect one or both sides of one’s body.

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Minimizing the Risks of Plastic Surgery Can Help with Undesirable Outcomes

By USClaims

Whether it’s on television, billboards, magazines, or the omnipresent internet, we are constantly bombarded by the notion that we will be happier, richer, and more successful if we fit society’s standards of beauty. Therefore, it should come as no surprise, that according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, in 2017 alone there were 17.5…

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Over a Quarter of Fatal Crashes Attributed to Drunk Driving

By USClaims

Most people enjoy a drink or two every so often. It’s a great way to take the edge off, relax, complement a good meal, or mark a special occasion. There is nothing wrong with imbibing so long as you are of age and do so responsibly. However, this is often not the case. Of the…

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Slip and Falls Prove Leading Cause of Injuries for Older Americans

By USClaims

As we age it just so happens that our reflexes regress a bit. Our vision worsens, our bone density weakens, and our quick reaction time isn’t quite as quick as it used to be. That’s why it’s not all too surprising that slip and fall cases are known to be the leading cause of injuries…

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Despite Reduction in Cases, Millions of Workplace Injuries Occur Every Year

By USClaims

Although 2016 saw almost 48,500 fewer nonfatal workplace injury and illness cases than 2015, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were still approximately 2.9 million nonfatal injuries and illnesses reported by private industry employers throughout the year. This occurred at a rate of 2.9…

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Realities of Hazardous Construction Site Working Environments

By USClaims

We all make mistakes – we’re human. From falling down the first time we try to walk, to banging up our first car, accidents are a part of our lives from the very beginning. They take place not only in our personal lives, but in our professional lives as well. Luckily, most accidents are easily…

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There Are Half a Million Truck and Bus Crashes in the U.S. Every Year

By USClaims

Experienced travelers know to give big rigs a wide berth on the highways and freeways. When accidents happen, it’s often those behind the wheels of smaller vehicles, or even non-motorists, who suffer the worst damage, both to health and property. In 2015, there were approximately 480,000 crashes on American roads involving large trucks and buses…

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Millions of Medical Malpractice Incidents Per Year Result From Misdiagnosis

By USClaims

While only a very small number of hospital visits result in medical malpractice, it’s still a very real concern for any person who entrusts their well-being to a physician.

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Medical Malpractice Cases Involving Childbirth Result in Ever-Growing Payouts

By USClaims

Medical science has done much in the last century to improve the likelihood that mothers and babies will survive childbirth and go on to lead healthy lives. The vast majority of U.S. babies are born in hospitals, surrounded by specialists, nursing teams, and the best equipment available. Yet, reported childbirth malpractice cases due to medical…

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Truck Driver Fatigue Is a Leading Cause of Truck Accidents

By USClaims

According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), 13 percent of large truck crashes are caused by driver fatigue. As a result of truck driver fatigue, this preventable factor has led to the death of more than 4,000 people each year for the last decade. Seventy-two percent of those are occupants of cars; only…

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A Fall Down the Stairs Can Devastate the Head and Spine

By USClaims

For thousands of years, humans have conquered the problem of changing elevation by building stairs. No doubt for just as long, we have feared to careen down them. After all, the human body isn’t indestructible, and what could pose a greater combined threat than gravity, velocity, and a rapid series of 90-degree angles? One of…

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Car Safety Systems Impact on Car Accident Injury Statistics

By USClaims

In 2017, more cars than ever took to the roads equipped with advanced safety systems. Auto manufacturers have spent millions on these technologies with a single goal in mind: to save lives. But when the National Safety Council analyzed car accident injury statistics for U.S. car crash fatalities in 2017, it found that compared to the…

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You’ve Fallen and Need Help Getting Back Up. Contact USClaims

By USClaims

If you’re lucky, the recent cold snap left you with nothing worse than an unusually large home heating bill. If you weren’t as lucky, you might have been injured.

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USClaims Can Get You Back on the Road to Financial Stability

By USClaims

You can’t control what other drivers will do on the road, but you can take steps to regain your financial footing if you’ve been injured in a car accident

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Keeping Your Wits After a Slip and Fall Will Help on Your Road to Recovery

By USClaims

A trip to the supermarket can turn out to be a painful experience beyond paying your bill at the checkout. As you push your cart down the produce aisle, you slip on some clear liquid, crash backward to the floor, injure your back and sustain cuts and bruises to your arms and elbows. The incident leaves you unsettled and in agony.

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USClaims Can Help You Get Back in the Game After Your Slip-and-Fall Accident

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“Kurt” (not a real person) was a soccer fanatic. He rooted passionately for his favorite teams, both domestic and international, and played in an adult league at the local community rec center every weekend.

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When You Get Rear Ended, Pre-Settlement Funding From USClaims Moves You Forward

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Five months after she and her children’s father separated, “Christa” (not a real person) finally had the new morning routine down to a science. After rousing the kids from bed, getting them dressed, and making sure they had something approximating a breakfast, she would walk them to the bus stop.

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Even Cyclists Can be the Victims of Aggressive Drivers

By USClaims

“Anna” (not a real person) loved to ride her bike. She always took her rides in the early morning, both to take advantage of the cooler weather and to avoid heavy traffic. One Sunday morning, the temperature was a balmy 60 degrees, but the other part of her plan didn’t go nearly as well.

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A One-Time Doctor’s Error Can Lead to Long-Term Suffering

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“Kyle” (not a real person) had been taking blood thinners for his entire adult life. He had inherited a genetic disorder from his father that led to him forming blood clots and the medication was needed to prevent serious impairment – or even death.

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Don’t Let a Work Accident Cut into Your Productivity

By USClaims

It was only Tuesday, but it was already shaping up to be a long week for “Melvin” (not a real person). His student loan payment was due by the end of the week, and his cat was sick, necessitating an expensive visit to the vet.

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Is the City at Fault for Your Mass Transit Accident?

By USClaims

“Chester” (not a real person) worked as a night security guard at a local mall. His starting and ending hours coincided nicely with the city’s last evening and first morning buses.

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A “Wrong Person” Operation Is Every Patient’s Nightmare Scenario

By USClaims

When her abdominal pain became too much to bear, “Renee” (not a real person) finally took her husband’s advice and went to see her doctor. She had acute appendicitis, he said, and would need to have her appendix removed as soon as could be arranged.

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USClaims Can Help Bear the Weight of a Personal Injury Lawsuit

By USClaims

“Austin” (not a real person) had been into lifting weights since he was in his teens. He wasn’t “ripped,” like a bodybuilding pro, but he liked how his twice-weekly workouts kept his muscles toned and looking good. Now that he was in his 40s, it was even more important than ever that he keep himself in good shape, through both a healthy diet and regular exercise.

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If Your Car Crash Is the City’s Fault, and They Won’t Pay Up, USClaims Can Help

By USClaims

“Marcus” (not a real person) had been contracted to work on a construction site in a small town in central Arizona. It didn’t offer much in the way of hospitality or nightlife, but he preferred it that way.

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USClaims Can Help While You Deal with a Difficult Sexual Discrimination Lawsuit

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“Carmen” (not a real person) was, without a doubt, the top sales person at her car dealership. She closed difficult deals without being pushy, winning praise from both satisfied customers and other staff and garnering many repeat buyers.

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When the Sudden Loss of a Primary Earner Impacts a Family, USClaims Can Help

By USClaims

Eight months after Eric (not a real person) died, the main consolation for his widow remained that he probably never knew what hit him. Their attorney knew that a trial would likely award Eric’s estate a substantial sum, and he counseled the family to hold out for a comparable settlement offer.

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USClaims Can Help When A Workplace Accident Cuts Off Your Livelihood

By USClaims

Everyone on Carmelo’s work crew had known him as the foreman’s right arm. Carmelo jokes darkly about that these days. Thanks to an avoidable workplace accident, he no longer has a right arm. Carmelo’s lawyer told him that he had a very strong worker’s compensation case, but that it might be a while before he saw any money.

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When a Drunk Driver Takes Away Your Livelihood, USClaims Can Keep Your Life Moving

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Kelly (not a real person) never imagined she’d be a morning person, but a month into her stint opening the fitness studio for the pre-dawn classes, she had to admit that the routine was growing on her.

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When Botched Medical Treatment Bleeds You Dry, USClaims Injects Liquidity

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Aaron (not a real person) hated needles, and so he dreaded the increasingly frequent appointments for his knee at the outpatient clinic. It was there, during a procedure that Aaron could barely stand to think about, let alone watch, that a medical technician would insert a frighteningly large gauge needle into his osteoarthritic knee and inject it with a corticosteroid-laced mixture of lubricants.

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‘Stair’-ing Down a Long Recovery from a Slip-and-Fall Accident? USClaims Can Help

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After an arduous series of negotiations to close out a sales deal, a long vacation was just what “Sean” (not a real person) needed. He and his wife packed their bags and headed off to a tropical paradise for a week of sun, fun – and no responsibilities whatsoever.

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Don’t Let Summer Vacation Be Ruined by an Auto Accident

By USClaims

It was a perfect summer day – bright and sunny and warm – the kind that begs for a break from the stress of daily life. Along with her husband and three children, “Denise” (not a real person) decided to take her family to the water park just outside of town. They’d been planning the trip for weeks, lining up the vacation time from their office jobs, and were delighted that the weather had decided to comply.

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Z-Pak Strep Throat ‘Cure’ Can Cause Severe Scarring or Even Death

By USClaims

“Regina” (not a real person) was the type of person who never caught a cold. She felt invincible, even through the harshest of winters, so when she developed a stubborn sore throat and fever in the spring, she was utterly perplexed.

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Don’t Get Painted into a Corner with your Personal Injury Woes

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“Turner” (not a real person) loved to paint. Along with his son, he had owned and operated a thriving painting business for fifteen years, winning praise from his clients for his fine handiwork and fair prices. When a local supermarket changed ownership, Turner and his son got the call to repaint the exterior in a color more suitable for the new brand.

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Don’t Let a Diner Dash Away from the Responsibility of Paying for your Slip-and-Fall Accident

By USClaims

It was a bright and sunny weekday afternoon when “Kellie” (not a real person) picked up her two young daughters from school.

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Fighting a Discrimination Lawsuit Against Your Ex-Employer? USClaims Can Help

By USClaims

Within a few months of graduating with honors from college, “Luis” (not a real person) landed a job as a junior programmer with a big tech firm. By the end of his first year, he’d found his groove and was whizzing through routine tasks – and handling difficult ones – like a 10-year veteran, drawing raves from his co-workers.

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If You Suffered a Bad Break at Work, it Might Not Be Your Fault

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“Grant” (not a real person) worked for a private moving company, loading and unloading the company truck several times a day. He was tall and strong, but he also knew when a lighter touch was called for, such as when handling valuables.

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A Medical Misdiagnosis Can Set You Back Years

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“Andrew” (not a real person) had been undergoing treatment for his multiple sclerosis for six years. In that time, he’d undergone dozens of MRI exams, paid a small fortune for medications, and, he joked, “seen more of my doctor than my wife.”

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Rear-ended in a Car Accident? USClaims can help

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After years of being careful with her money and saving every penny she could spare, “Janet” (not a real person) was finally able to afford her first new car.

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