Rear-end accident

Victims of rear-end collisions will often say that they did not have enough time to brace themselves for the impact of a car or truck colliding with the back end of their vehicle. A surprise collision can create injuries that are more severe in nature because your body may not have enough time to brace. There are several factors that contribute to the severity of a rear-end collision including:

The House passed legislation on Tuesday to provide mental health care for veterans who would otherwise be ineligible because they received an other-than-honorable discharge from the military. Read more here:  http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action/house/359212-house-passes-bill-to-expand-mental-health-care-for-veterans  Article by Cristina Marcos

The U.S. Army is notifying veterans that they may be eligible to receive medical care if they participated in chemical or biological substance testing from 1942 to 1975.  Read more here: http://www.military.com/daily-news/2017/11/06/army-offers-medical-help-veterans-injured-chem-bio-agent-tests.html  By Matthew Cox

Gym Injury Claim

Going to a gym, exercise or yoga studio to feel and look better is a fun and healthy activity. The more you exercise, the better you feel. While there may be no dispute regarding that claim, gyms are also places where accidents happen. Many factors contribute to the incidence of accidents in gyms and other fitness environments and gyms are aware that they must stay vigilant to maintain a safe and secure place for their members.

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