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Are you able to sue over disfigurement or scars?

No one wakes up expecting to suffer from life-changing injuries by the end of the day, yet for many, that's how their day will end. Even though some may recover well, recovery isn't the end of an injury. Scarring and disfigurement may change a person's body long after internal injuries and wounds have healed.

Catastrophic injuries include broken bones for some victims

When drivers lose control of their vehicles or make errors, they can cause serious crashes that impact many people. Distractions are one common cause of many of the crashes that take place today. To avoid crashes, it's a good idea to focus on the roads and to avoid talking on your phone or looking away for any reason.

67-year-old man dies after pileup crash in Brownsburg

Multiple-vehicle accidents are some of the most dangerous. When one vehicle is struck, there's only one impact, but with multiple vehicles, there's a potential for multiple impacts that hurt the individuals inside their vehicles. This can result in catastrophic injuries and death.

2 injured in Floyd County head-on collision

There are many reasons for accidents, ranging from poor weather conditions to distractions. For example, if you're driving and can't control your vehicle because of high winds, you could cause an accident. In another case, if you're looking at your phone, you might not notice traffic stopping up ahead.

When can you file a claim for a dog bite?

If you're sitting in your yard when your neighbor's dog comes over to you and attacks, you certainly are within your rights to file a claim against your neighbor. The majority of states recognize that owners are liable for their pets' behaviors. Additionally, many states have leash laws that require animals to be on leashes or contained in other ways. If the dog was loose, that could open the owner up to liability as well.

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