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PKSD Newsletter: What the Pandemic Has Revealed About Failures in Workplace Safety

America, now 16 months into the pandemic, has topped 600,000 deaths due to the novel coronavirus. The ongoing stress of dealing with this infectious and deadly virus has created a mental health nightmare across the country. The journey has been especially dangerous for those who must still leave home to go…

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What if My Car Crash Was Caused by a Malfunctioning Traffic Light?

Drivers rely heavily on traffic lights, especially at busy intersections that would be otherwise dangerous to drive through. When traffic lights malfunction or completely blackout, it often causes confusion. Many motorists may be unsure who has the right of way in this situation, and a serious collision may result. PKSD…

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Factors That Could Impact the Value of a Motorcycle Claim

Victims of motorcycle crashes often face long recovery times and many financial pressures. So it is only natural that many may wonder about the value of their claim and if a settlement will be enough to cover the damages sustained. That said, every claim is unique, which means that your…

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No Fees Unless We Win

What Do We Mean by ‘No Upfront Fees’? The personal injury lawyers at PKSD are not paid unless they win your case and recover compensation for your damages. You pay no costs up front, which includes paying nothing to meet with an attorney for an initial consultation. If you choose…

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Can I Get Compensated for Chronic Pain After a Car Crash?

Chronic pain after a car crash may result in whether or not an accident victim sustained any other visible injuries. The degree of pain for some may be relatively minor and eventually disappear, but for others, the pain can be debilitating and long-term. PKSD talks about chronic pain, including what…

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Nursing Home Facility Red Flags You Do Not Want to Ignore

Selecting a nursing home or other long-term care facility for your family member is not easy. How can you be sure a facility is safe and will provide the level of care your loved one needs? There are no guarantees, but there are warning signs facilities often reveal that indicate…

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How Traffic Tickets in a Car Crash Could Help or Hurt Your Claim

If you are issued a traffic ticket following a car crash, you may worry about how it could affect the outcome of your claim. However, a citation is only one piece of evidence that may be used to assess liability for a traffic accident. What happens if the other driver…

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PKSD Newsletter: Safety Tips While Showing Off Your Grill Skills

Across the country, backyard grills will be busy cooking up celebrations for all kinds of summer fun – from holiday and birthday parties to pool parties, barbecues and more. Before you light up your grill this year, however, we encourage you to read this month’s edition of the PKSD Newsletter for safety…

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What Details Should I Document in a Personal Injury Journal?

After suffering an injury caused by another’s reckless or negligent actions, accident victims may need to seek compensation to recover medical costs and other damages. Documenting your injuries in a personal injury journal can help support your claim and provide strong evidence of the injuries you sustained. PKSD explains how…

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Discussing Your Injuries With Your Doctor After a Crash

After a car crash, accident victims may initially suffer shock and be unaware they are injured, especially if there are no visible wounds. Unfortunately, this may keep some people from getting a medical examination after a collision, and this can be a huge mistake. Others may seek medical attention, but…

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