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Las Vegas Pedestrians and Personal Injury

By | Las Vegas, Studies

Compared to the sometimes wild roads of Las Vegas, you may think you’re far better off just taking the sidewalk. In most cities, this would definitely be a safe bet. Unfortunately, in Clark County, pedestrians are still in danger from drivers even when they’re not on the roads. Las Vegas Is Worse than Manhattan As the Las Vegas Sun pointed…

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Counting the Cost: Depression Following an Injury

By | Bighorn Has Your Back, Car Accidents, Commentary, Depression, Feature Story, Personal Injury Blog, Stories, Studies

Four years ago, Amy (not her real name) was an attractive, twenty-something living in Boise, Idaho. She had been married for a few years. She and her husband Dan had recently had their first child, and he was working a well-paying job at a technology company while Amy was living her dream of being a stay-at-home mom. When the car…

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Doctors Mistakes Kill 500,000 Every Year.

By | Bighorn Has Your Back, Feature Story, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury Blog, Studies

Six months ago, we wrote a brief post about detecting Medical Malpractice. In that post we used the latest data on deaths caused by the mistakes of medical providers, which suggested that up to 100,000 Americans die every year due to medical mistakes. What we’ve learned since then is that our data was horribly wrong, and the truth is shocking….

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