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May 11, 2017
MINNESOTA’S COMPARATIVE FAULT LAW EXPLAINED. FAULT IS THE BASIS OF ANY PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM IN MINNESOTA. In Minnesota, in order for any person who has been injured to collect in any personal injury case, it is necessary to prove that the party that caused to injury was at fault.  Under Minnesota law, fault can be...
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POST CONCUSSION SYNDROME is the collection of symptoms that occur after a concussion injury. Many concussions resolve without any long term chronic symptoms.  However, the symptoms of the concussion often get progressively worse over a period of days and even months after a head trauma. Mayo Clinic reports that concussions often get progressively worse over...
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HEADACHE FROM PERSONAL INJURY-CERVICOGENIC vs. CONCUSSION Headache is a frequent symptoms of traumatic injury from car accidents, workplace injuries, or any other type of trauma.  Headache has many causes associated with personal injury. CERVOGENIC HEADACHE. Cervicogenic headaches are caused by cervical or neck injuries.  A more technical definition is that cervicogenic headache is “syndrome characterized...
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