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Author Archives: Rush Injury Law

Blind Spot Blunders: How Failing to Check Mirrors Leads to Lane Change Catastrophes

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Changing lanes on a busy highway can be a risky maneuver. Even the most attentive drivers can make errors when moving between lanes. One of the most common mistakes is failing to properly check blind spots before initiating a lane change. This seemingly…

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The Fender Bender Fallacy: Why Minor Accidents Can Lead to Major Injuries

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Even seemingly insignificant accidents or injuries can result in severe and long-lasting health issues down the road. While you may think a minor fender bender or a small slip and fall is no big deal at the time, the impacts of these incidents…

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The Hidden Toll of TBIs: Psychological Effects and Coping Mechanisms

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) are a serious public health concern, affecting millions of Americans each year. While the physical consequences of TBIs are well-documented, the psychological effects are often less visible but equally devastating. This article explores the hidden toll of TBIs on…

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Managing the Financial Aftermath of a TBI

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Suffering a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be a life-altering event, with far-reaching physical, cognitive, and emotional consequences. However, the financial toll of a TBI is often one of the most significant and long-lasting challenges that victims and their families must navigate, with…

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Pedestrian Accidents Involving Buses: Who is at Fault?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Pedestrian accidents involving public transportation like buses are unfortunately common occurrences in cities and towns across the United States. When a pedestrian is hit by a bus, it often results in serious injuries or even death for the pedestrian. Determining who is at…

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Cycling Visibility – Ways to Make Yourself Seen and Avoid Accidents

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Being visible to drivers and other cyclists is critical for staying safe on the roads. According to research, over a third of bicycle accidents occur due to low visibility and drivers not seeing the cyclists. As a cyclist, there are several effective ways…

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Dangerous Staircases: How Improper Lighting Can Lead to Premises Liability

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Staircases can present major fall and trip hazards if they are not properly maintained. Inadequate lighting on staircases compounds these risks significantly, making it difficult for people to see steps, handrails, and other important safety features. Property owners are responsible under premises liability…

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Swimming Pool Dangers: Premises Liability for Homeowners and Community

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Swimming pools are often synonymous with relaxation, fun, and a refreshing escape from the summer heat. However, beneath the surface of these aquatic havens lurk potential dangers that can turn a day of enjoyment into a nightmare. Whether you're a homeowner with a…

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Economic vs Non-Economic Damages: What’s the Difference?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

When you are injured due to another party's negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. This compensation is meant to cover the financial toll the injury has taken as well as the physical and emotional suffering. The damages awarded in personal injury cases…

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How Do Statutes of Limitations Apply in Wrongful Death Cases?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

When a loved one dies due to the negligence or misconduct of another party, the surviving family members may wish to pursue compensation by filing a wrongful death lawsuit. However, wrongful death claims must adhere to time limits known as statutes of limitations.…

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