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Safely Navigating the Trucking “No-Zone”

Safe driving takes a concerted effort from all drivers. Semi trucks create a particular challenge on the road due to their sheer size and the …

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What to Do If Your Child Is Hurt at Summer Camp

What to Do If Your Child is Injured at Summer Camp

For many children, summer camp is a well-loved tradition. In the U.S., there are more than 14,000 camps in operation. About 8,400 camps are …

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Use Your Head: Workplace Safety to Prevent Head Injuries

Whether you are an employer, supervisor or worker, if you work in a dangerous industry, injury prevention is important. It is a lot easier to …

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Harry Potter Meets Personal Injury Law

Harry Potter Meets Personal Injury

Running Hogwarts and trying to control hundreds of wizard students is no easy task. It is easy to see why Dumbledore had so much white …

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Your Guide to Medical Malpractice Claims

KBG Injury Law would like you to know we are glad you are here.If you or a loved one has been injured following a medical

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Your Guide to Medical Malpractice Claims: Chapter 2

How Can You Prove Medical Malpractice Occurred?

It is in your best interest to work with experienced medical malpractice lawyers who understand the complexities involved

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Your Guide to Medical Malpractice Claims: Chapter 3

Medical Malpractice Stories

Medical malpractice looks different for each case. To understand more about how the law works, reading case history is one way to

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Your Guide to Medical Malpractice Claims: Chapter 4

What Are Typical Medical Malpractice Defenses?

There are a wide variety of medical malpractice defenses. While these may not seem relevant to you, they

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Your Guide to Medical Malpractice Claims: Chapter 5

Important Information Relating to Medical Malpractice

Understanding when you might have a medical malpractice case is only part of the process. Knowing when to file,

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Your Guide to Medical Malpractice Claims: Chapter 6

Steps to Pursue If You or a Loved One Has Been Injured

If you or a loved one has been injured and you suspect medical

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