Intracranial Hemorrhage At Birth: Natural Complication Or Medical Negligence?

Posted on: 31 July 2019

Intracranial hemorrhage is defined as bleeding that occurs in or around the brain, and it occurs when one or more blood vessels ruptures, allowing blood to leak into the surrounding tissues. In adults, intracranial hemorrhage usually occurs due to some type of trauma; for example, a person who hits his head on the steering wheel during a car accident might sustain this type of injury. Intracranial hemorrhage can also occur in newborns, especially if an obstetrician applies excessive force to the head when delivering a baby.
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Being Safer On Your Motorcycle To Avoid Collisions: What To Do

Posted on: 30 June 2019

When you're a bike rider, nothing feels freer than getting the motorcycle out on various roads. However, because you have to share roadways with trucks, cars, and other bikes, taking your motorcycle out can be stressful. Other than observing traditional road rules, how can you make yourself safer and avoid any collisions? Wear Protective, Safe Clothing While you might have envisioned letting your hair run wild as you roll down an empty highway, your first commitment should be to traveling safely.
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Working While On Disability: Is It Possible?

Posted on: 28 May 2019

Social Security payments and employment income can coexist. In fact, oftentimes, it's often a good idea to work so that you can supplement your disability payment and maximize your earnings if you're able to do so. However, there are parameters to working while on disability. Make sure you are informed.  Substantial Gainful Activity When an individual earns over a certain amount of money within a month, they are thought to be engaging in substantial gainful activity, or SGA.
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Protect Your Pet: How To Provide For Your Pet After You Pass

Posted on: 25 April 2019

If you're in the process of planning your estate, don't forget about your beloved pet. They'll need to be cared for following your passing. Unfortunately, if you haven't left clear instructions, your pet could end up being passed around between family members or placed in an animal shelter. Here are four steps you should take to ensure that your pet continues to be cared for after you pass. Include Your Pet in the Will
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