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Carpal Tunnel Injuries Caused By A Car Wreck
Published: September 10, 2021
When people hear about carpal tunnel they think of people that use computers such as secretaries or factory workers who are constantly using their hands. However, even though it is considered a repetitive use injury, it can be trauma-induced. Carpal tunnel from a car accident is possible and is referred to as CTS or acute
SARS-CoV-2 Recovery and Athletes
Published: September 8, 2021
Article by: DR. EVAN MALONE NON-LAWYER BOARD-CERTIFIED INTERNAL MEDICINE PHYSICIAN It is not difficult to speak with someone and not have them share their first-hand experience with SARS-CoV-2 infection.  If anything, someone close to them has been infected and impacted by the infection. Rebound and Recovery From Acute Infection What is not as readily discussed
How Do You Prove Future Lost Wages in a Personal Injury Case?
Published: September 2, 2021
Often, when one of our clients is hurt in a wreck, they miss working for at least a little while. Some clients who work in jobs that are physically demanding miss even more time. In the most severe cases, clients are so totally and permanently injured that they cannot ever work again. Besides the medical
Use Of The Black Box Evidence In Your Car Accident Case
Published: August 30, 2021
In many car crash cases, there are disputes over speed, movement of the vehicles, seat belt issues, braking, and other facts. Participants or witnesses may have faulty memories or even a reason to lie about what happened or what they did. For this reason, it is important to investigate the existence and data from the
AM 1370 Podcast Interview: Hiding Child Molesters in Santa Rosa Schools
Published: August 26, 2021
Attorney Joe Zarzaur joined journalist Rick Outzen to discuss how Joe discovered what he believes is a lack of oversight in the Santa Rosa County school district in the hiring of substitute teachers. A teacher that was banned from one Santa Rosa school was allowed to work at Gulf Breeze Elementary, where he was later