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Monthly Archives: January 2020


Medical Malpractice and Hospital-Acquired Conditions

By The Stanley Law Group |

Hospital-Acquired Conditions, also known as HACs, are any conditions that are determined to be a “complication” to a patient’s stay in a medical facility. Hospital-Acquired Conditions are medical conditions that did not pre-exist the patient’s admittance to the hospital. When visiting a hospital, patients expect that they will get better, rather than worse. However,… Read More »

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Personal Injuries Due to Car Manufacturing Defects

By The Stanley Law Group |

While most people think of car accidents as a result of the negligence of a driver, over 40,000 car accidents happen every year due to defectively manufactured car parts and components. The National Motor Vehicle Crash Causation Survey and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) both indicate that statistically, tens of thousands of… Read More »

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Accidents Caused by Truck Driver Fatigue

By The Stanley Law Group |

Any truck driver in the United States that operates a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) is subject to the rules established by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). However, truck drivers are pushed to drive quickly, take fewer breaks, and get their shipments as fast as possible to the intended destination. The longer it… Read More »

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When You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer

By The Stanley Law Group |

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 80 million doctor visits and over 40 million emergency room visits are a result of accidents and injuries each year. While not all of those accidents are due to someone else’s negligence, if your injuries are a result of someone else’s reckless, dangerous, negligent,… Read More »

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Establishing A Medical Malpractice Case

By The Stanley Law Group |

Medical malpractice is when a doctor, nurse, or other medical professional is medically negligent due to either an act or omission that causes injury to a patient. Medical negligence can be due to errors in diagnosis (misdiagnosis), treatment, or aftercare. Statistics show that medical negligence by health care providers is the third leading cause… Read More »

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How To Avoid the 10 Common Motorcycle Accidents

By The Stanley Law Group |

Thousands of motorcycle deaths happen every year in the United States. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration statistics indicate that over 5,000 motorcyclists are killed yearly. When motorcycle accidents do not cause deaths, they result in catastrophic personal injuries that can lead to broken bones, paralysis, and traumatic brain injuries. The following… Read More »

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Personal Injury in Nursing Homes

By The Stanley Law Group |

Residents of nursing homes have the right to live in a safe environment, free from abuse and neglect. One of the most stressful factors of placing a loved one in a nursing home is wondering if they are truly safe and well taken care of. A nursing home has not only a moral, but… Read More »

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Pedestrian Accidents

By The Stanley Law Group |

Everyone knows the saying, “The pedestrian has the right of way.” However, there are circumstances where a pedestrian can actually be at fault, either entirely or partially. If you have suffered injuries as a pedestrian, it is important for you to understand your rights. Pedestrian Accident Injuries If you are a pedestrian involved in… Read More »

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