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June 17th, 2019
Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are unique because of the wide-reaching consequences they have for victims. Depending on their severity, victims may experience everything from headaches and nausea to memory loss and impaired coordination. Some victims may even be so profoundly affected that they need in-home care from a nurse or other healthcare provider just to complete daily living tasks.
At Lowell Stanley Injury Lawyers, our Norfolk brain injury lawyers know that TBIs can occur due to a variety of accidents and scenarios, such as:
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Drug injuries
- Medical malpractice
Regardless of their cause, victims often experience serious difficulties managing their day-to-day lives. And unlike many other injuries, TBIs are slow to heal and sometimes victims never get better, resulting in lifelong disabilities and complications. The expenses associated with TBIs can be enormous, especially when victims require ongoing rehabilitation and care and are unable to return to work.
If you or someone you love suffered a TBI due to someone else’s negligence, you deserve maximum compensation. Our legal team knows how to build strong claims that get results, and we know how to treat TBI victims and their families with the respect and care that they need during this difficult time. Contact us today for a free consultation.
June 10th, 2019
Most people don’t expect their pets to suddenly lash out or act aggressively, but even the most docile and well-behaved dogs can attack without warning or a history of violence. When that happens, innocent victims can suffer debilitating injuries.
At Lowell Stanley Injury Lawyers, our Norfolk dog bite attorneys know that victims are often reluctant to seek compensation after being injured by other people’s pets—even if they incur significant medical expenses and experience severe pain and disability. If you or someone you love was bitten by a dog, it’s important to explore your rights to compensation, as the bite may prove extremely disruptive to your life.
Complications associated with dog bites include:
- Infection—Contrary to popular belief, dogs’ mouths are full of bacteria. When they bite, their sharp teeth can push that bacteria deep into the bloodstream, making victims likely to develop localized or even systemic infections.
- Nerve damage—When dogs bite, they can damage skin, blood vessels, muscle, tendons, and even nerves. Nerve damage is difficult to repair, and some victims may experience permanent loss of feeling or function in bite locations and surrounding areas.
- Blood loss—Heavy bleeding is common after dog bites. In some cases, it can be a medical emergency. Victims who experience significant blood loss can go into shock, which may be life-threatening.
Complications from dog bites can be financially devastating, as they may require expensive medical treatments and can put you out of work for weeks, months, or even years. Get in touch with us today to find out how we can help you get the money you deserve.
June 3rd, 2019
Going into labor can be stressful and even dangerous. You trust your doctor and other healthcare providers at the hospital to protect you and your baby from the moment you check in to the moment you begin your journey home. However, nearly 10,000 infants are born with birth injuries annually in the U.S., and a significant number of mothers experience complications and injuries as well.
There are risks associated with every step of the delivery process, and the medical professionals in charge of your baby’s delivery are supposed to do everything in their power to minimize your risks. When they fail to do so due to negligence or carelessness, you or your baby may experience health problems that can be permanently disabling and even life-threatening.
Some of those injuries and complications can include:
- Cerebral palsy—A disorder that affects physical and mental development, cerebral palsy can be caused when babies experience oxygen deprivation or head injuries during birth.
- Uterine rupture—Some women are prone to uterine ruptures during pregnancy, but they can be prevented with careful monitoring and check-ups.
- Erb’s palsy—Children whose vertebral nerves are injured during delivery may experience permanent weakness and loss of motion in their arms, hands, and fingers.
If you or your baby were hurt before, during, or after delivery because of negligent medical professionals, you deserve the maximum compensation. Contact the Norfolk birth injury attorneys at Lowell Stanley Injury Lawyers today. We’re ready to put our experience to work for you.
May 27th, 2019
When you visit your doctor or check into the hospital for an illness or injury, you expect to receive care that’s designed to improve your health and your symptoms. But for many Americans, getting medical attention results in a worsening of their conditions due to negligent healthcare providers.
When doctors, surgeons, and other medical practitioners make mistakes due to carelessness, their patients may be able to file medical malpractice claims against them to recover compensation for their injury-related expenses. However, the healthcare industry is well protected against medical malpractice claims, and that can make it difficult for many patients, including those who were severely injured, to get the money they deserve.
At Lowell Stanley Injury Lawyers, our Norfolk medical malpractice lawyers have years of experience building and aggressively pursuing malpractice claims for innocent victims throughout Virginia. If you or someone you love was harmed by a healthcare provider or facility, you need experienced legal representation on your side as soon as possible. That’s because evidence can quickly disappear, and the hospital or healthcare facility may begin building its claim against you the day it finds out what happened.
Don’t risk your family’s financial future and your chance of getting closure for what happened to you. Call us today for a free consultation and to find out how we can help.
May 20th, 2019
If your loved one died because of another person’s or party’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. At Lowell Stanley Injury Lawyers, we fight for the rights of people who were hurt in auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, and other types of accidents through no fault of their own. It’s our goal to help them get maximum compensation for their accident-related expenses, including their medical bills and lost wages.
We do the same for surviving family members when their loved ones die in preventable accidents or due to negligence-related injuries. The expenses associated with the death of a loved one can be overwhelming, especially if the decedent was the primary income earner for the household. In addition, families may also have to pay for expensive medical procedures and funeral costs. When those costs are combined, they may be too much for a single family to bear.
We believe that surviving family members shouldn’t have to pay out of pocket when another party’s negligence results in the death of their loved one. However, we also know that wrongful death claims are often legally complex and require a thorough understanding of Virginia’s laws and ample evidence.
Don’t trust just any law firm after your loved one’s wrongful death. Get in touch with our Norfolk legal team today for a free consultation to find out how we can help your family.
May 14th, 2019
Social media is a great tool for staying in touch with family and friends, but it can cost you big money after an auto accident. Insurance companies do everything in their power to pay victims as little as possible after crashes, and that includes keeping tabs on their social media profiles.
The adjusters assigned to your case may check your social media accounts on a regular basis for things like:
- Information about your accident—To be successful, auto accident claims must be truthful and consistent. If insurance adjusters find differing accounts of the accident on victims’ social media profiles, they may question the official accounts of what happened.
- Pictures of you—Insurance adjusters also check victims’ profiles for new pictures that may indicate their injuries aren’t as serious as they claim. For example, adjusters may be skeptical of victims who claim to have suffered serious injuries but who upload photos of themselves being active or taking part in activities that might be difficult due to their injuries.
In many cases, insurance adjusters misinterpret what they see and read on victims’ social media profiles. However, it’s better to be safe than sorry and to not give the adjusters any edge against you when it comes to getting compensation.
Stay off social media after your crash, and be sure to get an experienced Norfolk auto accident attorney on your side. Contact Lowell Stanley Injury Lawyers today for a free consultation.
May 6th, 2019
Consumer products are designed to make life easier and more efficient, while medical products are designed to alleviate symptoms and improve quality of life. The safety and effectiveness of products hinges on the steps their manufacturers took before they were released to the consumer or medical markets. Unfortunately, some manufacturers skip essential steps or use low-quality materials, and that can put the people who purchase or use their products at risk.
At Lowell Stanley Injury Lawyers, our Norfolk defective product lawyers know how dangerous untested and poorly manufactured products can be. We also know that victims may feel helpless when it comes to getting compensation from huge billion-dollar corporations. We aren’t afraid to stand up to big product manufacturers, especially when it involves getting damages for victims’ medical bills and lost wages.
Don’t be afraid to get the money you deserve for what you’ve been through. Defective product injuries are often debilitating and disabling, and you may be facing an uncertain future involving extensive medical treatments and weeks, months, or even years out of work. We know what you’re dealing with, and it’s our goal to help you recover and put your injuries behind you. Contact us today for a free consultation.
April 29th, 2019
Warm weather is here to stay in the Norfolk area, and that means motorcycle season has officially arrived. Whether you ride for pleasure or to get around town, you know that traveling on two wheels carries many risks. Wearing all the gear, all the time can help you reduce your chances of suffering serious injuries during an accident, but it can’t eliminate your risks.
Because serious injuries can occur to even the most well-protected and safety-conscious riders, it’s important to be ready in the event of an emergency. If you’re ever involved in a motorcycle accident, do your best to follow these important steps:
- Call 911—Dialing 911 accomplishes two things. First, it dispatches police officers who will create an accident report of what happened. Second, it dispatches emergency responders who can give you, your passenger, and any other victims immediate medical attention for your injuries.
- Collect information at the accident scene—If you’re capable of doing so, take pictures of the crash scene, including your motorcycle and the other vehicle. Get contact information from the other driver and witnesses, as their statements can help build your claim.
- Call a Norfolk motorcycle accident lawyer—Injured motorcyclists aren’t always treated fairly by insurance companies. The sooner you get a lawyer on your side, the stronger your claim may be, as there may be more evidence available to prove that you weren’t at fault for the accident.
Get in touch with Lowell Stanley Injury Lawyers after your accident. We know motorcycle accidents, and we know how to help. Contact us today for a free consultation.
April 22nd, 2019
High blood pressure is a common health problem. It’s linked to a variety of serious complications, including stroke and heart attack. Millions of Americans take medications to control their blood pressure, but a significant number of those medications have been recalled during the past several months.
Both losartan potassium and losartan potassium/hydrochlorothiazide tablets have been recalled by multiple manufacturers, and the recall continues to expand to include new medications and new manufacturers. Just last week, Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Expanded its recall of losartan medications due to the presence of a cancer-causing impurity called N-methylnitrosobutyric. The new recall involves 36 additional lots of the medication.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommended the recall, but it also recommends that patients continue taking the recalled medications until they speak with their doctors. That’s because abruptly discontinuing medications, including blood pressure drugs, can introduce serious health problems that can put patients at risk more than potential impurities and drug injuries.
Blood pressure medication recalls began in July 2018 and have included many manufacturers after it was discovered that a significant number of pills were contaminated with potential cancer-causing impurities. The FDA says that it will continue to test batches of losartan medications to determine if they contain impurities.
If you or someone you love took a blood pressure medication and developed cancer or other health problems, you may be eligible for compensation. Get in touch with a Norfolk drug injury attorney at Lowell Stanley Injury Lawyers today for a free consultation.
April 15th, 2019
Nursing homes are supposed to be safe places where people receive personalized healthcare and assistance with their day-to-day living tasks. Unfortunately, some nursing homes are the opposite, as negligent staff members put residents’ well-being and lives in danger due to abuse and neglect.
Negligence may occur when nursing homes understaff in an effort to save money, or they hire underqualified and unvetted workers. Too many nursing homes value profits over the health of their residents, and when their priorities are skewed, innocent people suffer.
At Lowell Stanley Injury Lawyers, our Norfolk nursing home abuse attorneys are dedicated to holding negligent nursing homes and nursing home owners responsible for the harm they cause to residents. If your loved one suffered an illness or injury because of abuse or neglect while living in a nursing home, we’re here to help.
We know what evidence to look for to prove that your loved one’s health problems are caused by poor quality of care, and we know how to build a claim that the nursing home can’t ignore. Call us today for a free consultation—we’re ready to help your family get the compensation you deserve.