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Personal Injury

Preventing Dog Bites in Children: 3 Things to Know

Posted in Personal Injury on June 17, 2019

Dog bite injuries are the most common type of personal injuries among children. They occur more frequently than bike accidents and playground injuries; but preventing dog bites in children can be done. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), children are the most common victims of dog bites and are more likely to suffer severe injuries. More than 50% of victims are children and 26% of these children require emergency care. The child is Read More »

A Dog Owner's Guide to Dog Bite Prevention

Posted in Personal Injury on May 28, 2019

Dog Bite Prevention Tips to Avoid Lawsuits - Nehora Law FIrm

No one thinks that their dog will attack another person. However, it is more common than one might think, and the consequences can be substantial. All dog owner's can benefit from this guide to understand dog bite prevention tips, and what to do if you get sued. Dogs can be one of the friendliest pets to have around the house and children. They can be great playmates and fierce protectors. However, they are also prone Read More »

How to Take Legal Action for Dog Bite Victims

Posted in Personal Injury on May 21, 2019

Dog Bite Victims and Lawsuits for Compensation - Nehora Law Firm

Dogs may be considered cute, friendly and harmless — but are equally unpredictable and aggressive. Dog bites are a common and painful occurrence all across the country. The United States sees an average of 4.5 million dog bite victims per year. If you have been the victim of a dog bite, you can hold the owner liable for damages. In states like California, the laws allow dog bite victims to hold the liable party (the Read More »

5 Types of Personal Injury Cases to Know

Posted in Personal Injury on May 6, 2019

Types of Personal Injury Cases - Nehora Law Firm

There are many types of personal injury cases that require the help of a lawyer; here are the most common. Many people are familiar with stories of people obtaining an injury settlement following an at-fault car accident, or after slipping and falling inside of an unkempt grocery store. Some other types of personal injury claims can go unexplored. The following are some specific types of personal injury cases and compensation areas that victims will want Read More »

What Are Noneconomic Damages?

Posted in Personal Injury on March 4, 2019

What Are Noneconomic Damages? - Nehora Law Firm

Evaluating your personal injury claim means assessing both economic and noneconomic damages. But, what exactly are noneconomic damages? Here, we offer the complete explainer. Have you recently been injured? Was that injury caused by a third-party or entity – through negligence, recklessness or intent? At Nehora Law Firm, we help clients throughout Orange County recover compensation as a direct result of personal injury. The compensation one receives, however, depends upon a wide variety of circumstances, Read More »

Symptoms and Causes of Neck Pain After Car Accident

Posted in Personal Injury on February 25, 2019

Symptoms and Causes of Neck Pain After Car Accident - Nehora Law Firm

Ignoring neck pain following a motor vehicle collision is a common mistake that can lead to long-term injury and pain. Often, a victim thinks that a minor “fender bender” or slip and fall couldn’t possibly cause a serious injury. However, where the soft tissue and tender ligaments are concerned within the musculo-skeletal structure of the neck, pain can signal an injury much more serious than one might expect. It may be a pain to experience Read More »

Common Motor Vehicle Accidents and Related Injuries

Posted in Personal Injury on May 22, 2018

Most Common Motor Vehicle Accidents and the Related Injuries - Nehora

A personal injury is when a person suffers any kind of injury to his/her body, emotions or mind caused due to another person’s carelessness or negligence or due to motor vehicle accidents. Personal injury also includes injuries that become fatal and result in the wrongful death of a person. Typically, personal injury comes under the purview of Tort Law or Personal Injury Law. Along with motor vehicle accidents, personal injury is also caused due to: Read More »

How Compensation Relief Can Help with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Posted in Personal Injury on January 16, 2018

Compensation Helping with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome - Nehora Law Firm

If you or a loved one have received a diagnosis of complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), you are experiencing a life-altering event. There are an array of challenges to overcome and a lifetime of expenses to plan for. The most common cause of complex regional pain syndrome is injury. Don’t face these challenges alone or ill-prepared. Here’s how an Orange County injury lawyer can bring relief after the diagnosis. Relief Through Compensation A personal injury lawyer Read More »

Can Degenerative Disc Disease Be Caused by Trauma?

Posted in Personal Injury on January 15, 2018

What Is Degenerative Disc Disease? Degenerative disc disease is when the discs between the vertebrae of the spine break down, causing pain, weakness, and/or numbness. Although it is one of the most common types of chronic pain, it is also sometimes a misunderstood disease as well. Notably, it can be caused or exacerbated by trauma such as a car accident, entitling you to money damages (despite what insurance companies may tell you). Causes Of Degenerative Read More »

What Should You Do After Serious Bodily Injury?

Posted in Personal Injury on January 14, 2018

There are many types of accidents that may result in serious bodily injury and greatly affect your quality of life; so what should you do after receiving such an injury? An individual can suffer from a serious injury from a variety of causes, including: Aggravated assault Car Accident or driving under the influence Construction accidents Other accidents To determine if you have suffered a serious bodily injury, the court typically look at the severity of Read More »

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