Compensation For A Dog Bite With Nerve Damage

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Getting bitten by a dog can be a terrifying and traumatic experience, and not just in the moment. Victims may be affected for years to come, especially if the injury was serious. A dog bite with nerve damage, for example, can lead to permanent impairment and chronic pain. Pet owners have a duty to keep visitors safe, and those who fail to do so should be held accountable. Read our blog post to learn more about dog bites with nerve damage and when to speak to a dog bite attorney.  Dog Bite Laws in Colorado Dog bites in Colorado fall under strict...

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Can You Sue for Food Poisoning?

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48 million Americans suffer food poisoning every year, with some 128,000 hospitalized and another 3,000 dying. Senior citizens and children under five are particularly vulnerable to more severe illness in cases of food poisoning. What happens if you experience severe symptoms and need to be hospitalized? Can you sue a restaurant for food poisoning, at least to help offset medical bills? Read our article to find out more. What is Food Poisoning? “Food poisoning” is a broad term describing a transient illness resulting from food contaminated with bacteria, viruses, parasites, or other disease-causing agents. Some of the most common pathogens related to...

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