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One Dead, 71 Injured on Singapore Airlines Flight

Extreme In-Flight Turbulence Causes Terror and Panic Among Boeing 777-300 Passengers A Singapore Airlines plane carrying 211 passengers and 18 crew members was forced to make an emergency landing after an accident caused severe turbulence. The incident resulted in the death of a 73-year-old man on a flight bound for Singapore from London. The plane […]

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The 5 Most Common Causes of Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal cord injuries (SCI) are more common than most people think. Approximately 18,000 new cases are recorded annually, and roughly 282,000 Americans are estimated to be living with spinal cord injuries from common causes. These injuries vary in severity, but they could have debilitating and devastating effects on someone’s life. That being said, it’s essential […]

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Sports Injury Lawsuit Cases: Can You Sue for a Personal Injury from A Sports Injury?

High-contact sports such as football, boxing, basketball, and soccer carry a very high risk of injury for players. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), 3.2 million people were hospitalized for sports-related injuries associated with exercise, basketball, and cycling in 2021. As a result, the number of sports injury claims is on the rise. The […]

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TBI Med Legal Conference 2023

For four days, the most knowledgeable experts in the Traumatic Brain Injury field descended on San Diego, California for the annual TBI Med Legal Conference. The TBI Med Legal Conference or TBI MLC is “a non-profit that helps bring information, resources, and funds for survivors of Traumatic Brain injuries.” They’ve been serving the Brain Injury […]

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Your Guide to Traumatic Brain Injury Compensation Claims

It is human nature to protect your head. Our survival instincts are hardwired with an understanding that the threat of head injury is never far away. It’s no secret that this kind of traumatic event can be life-altering.  The brain is the center of the nervous system and controls all the human body’s major and […]

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What Is A Catastrophic Injury?

When an injury leaves a person unable to enjoy their life the way they did before the accident, it’s considered a catastrophic trauma. And though most people try their best to go about their lives safely, catastrophic injuries can still happen to anyone at any time.  Undeniably, this injury affects many facets of a person’s […]

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73-Year-Old Man Charged with Bicycle Hit-And-Run

The driver, who fled after crashing into a bicyclist, has been arrested and faces felony hit-and-run charges A 73-year-old man has been indicted by police after striking a bicyclist and fleeing from the accident. Despite the fact that the hit-and-run driver ran away, an investigation has identified the person who apparently struck the bicycle. The […]

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Top 3 Adamson Ahdoot Case Results in 2022

Adamson Ahdoot LLP always works hard for our clients. 2022 is no different. The commitment and tenacity of our attorneys have continued to lead to cases being settled with the best possible outcome for the people that trust us. The skills and experience of AA Law lawyers led to two $9 million cases being settled […]

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Law-Di-Gras 2022

Learning is always best when you’re having fun, and this past weekend, some members of the Adamson Ahdoot LLP team got to do both at Law-Di-Gras 2022. Part conference, part concert, Law-Di-Gras hoped to “bridge the gap between doctors and lawyers, and educate both as it relates to chronic pain syndromes, orthopedic & spine injuries, […]

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