Basic Facts About Nursing Home Abuse Cases – Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney Paul S. Padda Mar12

Basic Facts About Nursing Home Abuse Cases – Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney Paul S. Padda

With advances in health care, the elderly are one of the fastest growing populations in American society. Many people entrust their parents or other loved ones to nursing homes hoping they receive first-rate attention and care. This has increasingly become a fact of modern day life. Unfortunately, despite the trust placed in them ...

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Soft Tissue Injury Following A Car Accident Can Be A Serious Matter  – Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney Paul S. Padda Feb26

Soft Tissue Injury Following A Car Accident Can Be A Serious Matter – Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney Paul S. Padda

Soft tissue injury, commonly known as "STI," is a condition involving damage to ligaments, tendons and muscles. STI is extremely common following a car accident. While it might seem benign, STI can be a serious condition leading to serious consequences if not properly treated. Some of the most common types of STI include sprains, ...

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What Is Traumatic Brain Injury? – Las Vegas Brain Injury Lawyer Paul S. Padda Feb19

What Is Traumatic Brain Injury? – Las Vegas Brain Injury Lawyer Paul S. Padda

In the 4th Century B.C., Hippocrates, the ancient Greek father of medicine stated "no head injury is too severe to despair of, nor too trivial to ignore." He was certainly right about the last part. No head injury is too trivial to ignore. Modern life brings with it numerous perils and risks to the most sensitive part of our bodie...

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Farmworker Wins $1 Million Settlement In Injury Case – Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney Paul S. Padda Feb13

Farmworker Wins $1 Million Settlement In Injury Case – Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney Paul S. Padda

A California farmworker, Robert Ramirez Lopez, was on the job only three days in September 2009 when a tragic accident caused his left arm to be crushed and become mangled by a machine that processes watermelons. Mr. Lopez was tapping a watermelon with his hand in order to send it through the processing machine when his arm was crush...

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The ABC’s Of Auto Insurance – Las Vegas Car Accident Lawyer Paul Padda Jan22

The ABC’s Of Auto Insurance – Las Vegas Car Accident Lawyer Paul Padda

Most states, including Nevada, California and Arizona, require motorists to carry auto insurance. Auto insurance is a contract between a motorist and an insurance company that stipulates the amount of money that will be provided in the event of an accident for matters relating to medical care, property repair and liability to third-p...

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With The Start Of 2013,  Remember “Don’t Get Mad, Get Legal! “ Jan08

With The Start Of 2013, Remember “Don’t Get Mad, Get Legal! “

A new year always brings challenges, both good and bad. At we help our clients deal with the uncertainty that can arise when you or a loved one has been injured in an accident. In situations of that kind, you need a lawyer on your side that cares, that knows how to fight and understands the complexities of the legal system. A lawyer...

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Texting While Driving Is A Serious Problem Dec11

Texting While Driving Is A Serious Problem

With the holiday season upon us, people tend to be more relaxed and carefree in how they conduct themselves. With all the holiday parties and after-work "happy hours," people can get more easily distracted and fall into dangerous patterns of behavior. Principal among them is texting while driving. Texting while driving is a form of d...

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Model Wins $7.7 Million In Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit Dec04

Model Wins $7.7 Million In Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit

Being pregnant should be grounds for celebration, not punishment. That was certainly the conclusion of a Los Angeles, California jury that recently awarded former "Price is Right" model Brandi Cochran $7.7 million based upon her pregnancy discrimination claim. Cochran sued the Price is Right for not letting her return to work after s...

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What’s the difference between an M.D. and a D.O.?  Aren’t they both doctors? Nov28

What’s the difference between an M.D. and a D.O.? Aren’t they both doctors?

While most physicians have a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree, a growing number of physicians are graduating with a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree. The American Medical Association defines a physician as "an individual who has received a 'Doctor of Medicine' or a 'Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine' degree following a succe...

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