OMAHA, Nebraska. Every year, personal injury lawyers handle a range of cases where doctors make medical errors. Sometimes these errors occur because a doctor is overworked, fatigued, or just makes a bad judgement call. But what happens when a doctor makes a medical decision based on artificial intelligence or big data and a patient gets hurt?
OMAHA, Nebraska. Looking for a new apartment? Thinking of buying a new home? Living by a highway, especially near a trucking route, can be dangerous to your health. While we hear about the risks of truck accidents and car accidents, we don’t often hear about the real risks that cars and trucks pose to our health even when we aren’t driving.
OMAHA, Nebraska. In the aftermath of an accident, most of the focus in your family may be on the person who has been injured. While it is reasonable that your family’s attention and energy will be focused on your injured loved one, it is also important to reach out for help and perform self-care. How can you support your injured loved one while also keeping yourself healthy? Here are some tips:
OMAHA, Nebraska. According to the Centers for Disease Control, car accidents are the third leading cause of traumatic brain injuries. Traumatic brain injury is estimated to contribute to 30% of all injury-related deaths. If your loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury in a car accident, you may have many questions and may be wondering how you can best support your loved one.
OMAHA, Nebraska. Many people still don’t have the information they need to protect themselves after Equifax announced on September 7th that hackers stole 143 million social security numbers and other personal information. According to the New York Times, the Equifax website offered little in the way of clear information and directed consumers to sign up for data protection services which could cost them money in the future and which would require consumers to sign away their right to sue the company in the future. One report even indicated that phishers looking to steal more personal information set up fake websites to gather personal data. In other cases, consumers were infuriated when they learned that they would need to pay in order to have their credit frozen.