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Can You Sue a Hospital for a Retained Placenta?

Although most deliveries are reported to be successful, there are a few complications that can arise after birth. Doctors are expected to detect and remove any retained placenta from the uterus quickly and without incident. Failure to do so can lead to serious health issues and cause further birth complications. Can you sue a hospital for a retained placenta in Missouri? The answer is yes, ...
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Car accident compensation

Car Accident Compensation: What Damages Can You Recover?

Economic Damages (Compensatory Damages) Economic damages are also referred to as compensatory or “actual damages.” These damages refer to the objective dollar amount needed to compensate the injured person for the monetary value of what they either lost or incurred because of the accident and resulting injury. Typical compensatory damages in an injury claim include the following: Medical Bills & Expenses – Documentation of medical ...
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Underinsured motorist accident

How Much Can I Get from an Underinsured Motorist Claim?

Understanding Underinsured Motorist (UIM) Coverage Underinsured motorist coverage is a type of auto insurance designed to protect you if you’re involved in an accident with a driver who has insurance, but their coverage limits are too low to fully cover the damages or medical expenses resulting from the accident. This coverage steps in to fill the gap between the at-fault driver’s insurance limits and the ...
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Can You Sue a Nursing Home for Sepsis?

Why Choose the Nursing Home Infections Lawyers at Brown & Crouppen? When seeking justice for a loved one suffering from sepsis, securing high-quality legal representation is key. Your attorney should have extensive experience handling nursing home abuse and neglect cases. They should also be someone you feel comfortable discussing the sensitive details of your case with. The best way to ensure you choose an attorney ...
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Pitocin Birth Injuries

What Is Pitocin? Pitocin is a synthetic form of oxytocin, a naturally occurring hormone that promotes labor contractions. The body releases increasing oxytocin levels during the first and second stages of labor, followed by a leveling-off during the third stage. A sufficient level of oxytocin is essential to the progression of labor. If natural labor does not progress or a medical emergency requires early delivery, the ...
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Umbilical Cord Compression: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Umbilical Cord Compression Symptoms & Signs Some pregnant mothers begin to notice symptoms of umbilical cord compression, such as a decrease or increase in fetal activity. Movement in the womb often relieves the compression, but not always. Compression is most noticeable when caused by an umbilical cord prolapse, which occurs when the cord exits the cervix before the baby moves through the birth canal.  In ...
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Caput Succedaneum vs. Cephalohematoma Birth Injuries

What Is the Difference Between Caput Succedaneum vs. Cephalohematoma? Again, caput succedaneum and a cephalohematoma are both birth injuries that cause swelling on a newborn’s head. Caput succedaneum refers to swelling of the soft tissues of the scalp, while a cephalohematoma refers to a collection of blood under the scalp.  One of the main differences between caput succedaneum and cephalohematoma is the location of the swelling in relation ...
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Whose Insurance Pays In A Multi-Car Accident?

Legal Considerations for Multi-Car Accidents In the realm of multi-vehicle accidents, particularly prevalent are multi-car rear-end collisions, which often pose intricate legal questions. Under Missouri law, a significant presumption exists regarding fault attribution in rear-end collisions. It’s typically deemed that the driver who strikes the rear of another vehicle is at fault. This presumption stems from several factors, notably the rear driver’s superior visibility, control ...
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Car accident neck and back injury settlement chart (2024)

Average Settlement for Car Accident Back & Neck Injury

Highest settlement $750,000 Average settlement $26,133 Lowest settlement $750 If you or a loved one has suffered a neck or back injury as a result  of an auto accident, the attorneys at Brown & Crouppen are here to help. Getting started with your case is easy. Call 888-801-4736  or get a free case evaluation online. If you’re eligible to recover compensation, our legal team will ...
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Does Health Insurance Cover Car Accident Injuries?

Does Health Insurance Cover Car Accident Injuries?

Health insurance may cover injuries sustained in a car accident, but the extent of coverage can vary depending on several factors, including the type of health insurance you have, the specific terms of your policy, and the laws in your state or country.
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