October 2012

Proving Fault in Mesothelioma Cases

There is a reason that most personal injury law firms do not seek out or accept mesothelioma cases, and that reason has nothing to do with the relative rarity or obscurity of the disease. The fact is that mesothelioma cases are among the most difficult and complex to try, and they require resources and knowledge that are beyond the reach of most law firms.

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Common Causes of Brain Injury

In general, there are few injuries more devastating than an injury to the brain. The brain controls virtually every function of the human body, and even a moderate injury to this all-important organ can have life-altering consequences. Tragically, many serious brain injuries could have been prevented if not for the negligent or deliberately wrongful actions of others.

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Brain Injury Litigation On Behalf Of Players

Of all personal injuries that serve as basis for litigation, perhaps the most devastating are brain injuries. Brain injuries can severely impair victims in terms of both cognitive and physical abilities, dramatically compromising their quality of life. The New Jersey and Pennsylvania personal injury attorneys of the Locks Law Firm have extensive experience in representing brain injury victims, helping them and their families to obtain the compensation to which they are legally entitled from the parties responsible for their suffering.

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