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Excellent review by Gwendolyn Fields

Keep doing what you do, thanks for all you done Mr Walsh you and your staff is awesome!
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Excellent review by Louis Gagliardi

My case was handled efficiently and expertly. Many hours of research went into a satisfactory conclusion to my case. Mr. Walsh and his staff did a great job for me. I highly recommend him to represent you in your time of need.
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Excellent review by Mrs. D., via BirdEye

This firm was fantastic!
I live up in NH and they were so good to me via contact and any information that had to be sent back and forth. I never had to stress or worry about things. Nikki was the nicest and most plesent women she would explain things so well as my case was a auto accident and laws are different from state to state . I will be forever greatful for all the help Nikki and the firm did on my behalf.
You are in very good hands if you are looking for a law firm. I would recommend them to anybody I know should I be asked in the future.

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Excellent review by Cindy P., via BirdEye

Debbie was friendly on the phone, Nikki was attentive and looked out for me, and Mr. Walsh made sure I knew where my case stood. This is why I chose them to handle my case, again!
Please don't publish my email address. Thanks!

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In the majority of accidents that occur between a car and motorcycle, statistics bear out that the majority of the time, it the driver in an automobile that is more likely to be at fault than the motorcyclist. But why?
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As with many other potentially harmful products such as e-cigarettes, energy drinks are frequently marketed to a younger audience. Given the tragic events in South Carolina, I urge lawmakers to re-think the rules about energy drinks
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Confusing The Symptoms

A mild traumatic brain injury comes along with several different symptoms, the most common are dizziness, headache, fatigue, and “brain fog”. The problem with this is that these very symptoms can also be indicative of several other different conditions, many of which are experienced simultaneously as the traumatic brain injury especially in accident cases. For instance, if a person is in an automobile or slip and fall accident and they hit their head and experience whiplash, they could be experiencing a mild neck injury or strain to go along with their traumatic brain injury. Neck injuries are also known to cause headaches, sometimes severe, dizziness, and fatigue due to the pain as well. Neck injuries are also known to linger, so what you may think is the symptom of a past mild traumatic brain injury you experienced 6 or more months ago could actually be the result of a neck or other related injury instead.
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So how does it work? What kind of money is involved in a trial, and how does this affect you and your financial situation? Let’s take a quick, broad look at how money moves around during the trial process.
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Representation For A TBI Case

TBI makes it difficult for the individual to work and the medical bills begin to add up quickly and if the case is presented to a personal injury attorney they might look at the lost wages and the level of medical bills and try to reach a settlement before a trial even begins.

A brain injury attorney, however, will conduct a direct interview with the individual and their family members, look at the diagnosis from the doctor, and address any and all issues the survivor is having pertaining to the traumatic injury.
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There are hours-of-service rules that are federally mandated. This means that truckers can only spend a certain amount of time on the road. But, that does not mean that every single truck company follows the rules. All long-haul truckers are under extreme pressure to deliver their cargo in a timely manner. The longer they stay behind the wheel, the more likely they will be to push themselves to the point of pure exhaustion. When this happens, mistakes are made, and the lives of everyone on the road are at risk.

Some companies fake the log books that are used to keep track of a trucker’s hours and handwritten log books can easily be manipulated to make it look like the driver was following the rules when in reality, he was not. Tired truck drivers are just as dangerous as those driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol which can then lead to a trucking accident.
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