Tag Archive: Arkansas personal injury lawyer

What is a traumatic brain injury and how is it diagnosed?

doctor-holding-chakboard-with-the-words-traumatic-brain-injury

With a recent rash of serious car crashes and with school football season now in session, I thought it important for my readers to know what a traumatic brain injury (TBI) is, and how it is diagnosed. Definition of a…
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TGIF: Humorous legal stories

Cartoon in court with dogs with a bone to pick

TGIF! I hope you’re looking forward to a fun, adventurous, creative, or relaxing weekend. I thought I’d try to start your weekend off with a smile by writing about some humorous legal stories. Please note that I cannot confirm their…
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The importance of proper tire pressure and scheduled rotation

Mechanic rotating tires

Because tires are made to last longer than ever with marked improvements made over the years, many people tend to underestimate the importance of proper tire pressure and scheduled tire rotation. Even with the latest tire pressure monitoring systems in…
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NHTSA seat belt recommendation on school buses seems like a no-brainer

Children looking out window of school bus

I respect our government agencies for the most part, but I have to take issue with the recent report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) who now endorses three-point seat belts on school buses. I’m sorry, but a…
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8 delayed personal injury symptoms following a car accident

Woman on phone by damaged car

It is very common for people involved in car accidents to experience delayed personal injury symptoms. Sometimes these symptoms don’t appear for 2-3 days following the car wreck. The reason for this has to do with the body instinctively protecting…
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The dangers of rubbernecking and gawking

Rubbernecking sign

We are all guilty of it: rubbernecking and gawking. What exactly compels us to rubberneck is a complex matter of psychology and physiology. Whatever the causes, rubbernecking is decidedly dangerous. Rubbernecks become momentarily blind One of the reasons it is…
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What are soft tissue injuries and how are they treated?

Medical Diagram of cervical spine

Any injury to a soft part of the body, such as tendons, muscles, and ligaments, are considered a soft tissue injury. In my personal injury law practice, soft tissue injuries make up the bulk of our cases because it is…
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Kentucky Judge’s humorous down-home Order livens up the bench

Judge looking annoyed

I don’t think that anyone would argue that there are times when the law can be pretty darn dry. Legal documents are some of the driest examples, where numbered statutes are cited and a jumble of legalese is used to…
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NFL football home games cause increase in car accident insurance claims

Fan at a football game

With football season fast approaching, I thought it might be interesting to research how football games affect the rate of motor vehicle accidents. In December of 2014, the Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) conducted research to evaluate the relationship between…
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FMCSA urged by Congress to raise minimum insurance for truck accidents

Car and truck accident

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is being urged by Congress to raise the minimum liability insurance coverage for truck accidents. Currently, the minimum amount is $750,000. Because the Law Offices of Peter Miller concentrates its practice in the…
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