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Blast injuries are often deadly. For survivors, their life can be changed in an instant. Many blast injuries cause permanent injuries which can leave the victim completely disabled. Even victims who can return to work and can resume some semblance of a normal life need extensive medical and rehabilitative care. Many victims need medical treatment…

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Although loss of vision, either partially or completely, is not an immediate life-threatening condition, it can significantly alter your quality and enjoyment of life. Vision loss can occur as a result of burn injuries, traumatic brain injuries, and other injuries and conditions. The sudden disappearance of one’s vision, which we depend on so much for…

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If you are involved in an accident in Chicago that results in severe bodily injuries, as the victim you may face consequences that include an extended recovery period, time off from work, medical complications, scarring or disfigurement, and disability. All of these can prove to be devastating and potentially life-changing. Beyond the physical losses, you…

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 Construction sites are generally dangerous areas. People, especially workers there, have to wear safety gear, hard helmets, and there’s a lot of rules and regulations that go into construction sites. If you’re injured it’s probably because one of the companies or businesses working on the site failed to do something properly – acted carelessly…

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While swimming pools may provide a lot of summer fun, they are also a leading contributor to drowning accidents and catastrophic injuries, including brain trauma and spinal cord damage. ABC News reports that 6,500 adolescents suffer diving injuries each year. Almost 2/3 of diving accidents happen in inground pools while the rest happen in aboveground…

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