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CC Sharks | Carbon Copy Sharks Carbon Copy Sharks Automobile Accidents Boating Business Laws Criminal Law DWI Laws Family Law Health Hurricanes Personal Injury Determining Child Custody and Support Payments Posted by Stacy on Apr 21, 2016 in Family Law | 0 comments On the early Saturday of April 2, police deputies swarmed all over Harris County, Texas to give out arrest warrants to parents who have failed to pay a minimum of $20,000 in child support payments. According to Constable Alan Rosen, even though law enforcement “executes” all kinds of court orders every day, “it really pulls at our heart strings to see arrest orders showing that defiance of a family court judge means that children are left without proper resources.” A survey conducted by the National Center for Health Statistics show that around 41% of first marriages usually result in a divorce, with that rate increasing to 60% and 73% for second and third marriages, respectively. Child support is defined as the financial obligation to support your child as he or she grows up, regardless if he or she lives with you or not, but more so if you are not the parent providing the primary care. The website of attorneys at the Maynard Law Firm says that it is essentially easier to determine the amount of child support that one parent has to provide the co-parent in a sole custody case as such amount is usually decided upon in court in front of a judge after each parent has presented his or her case and the factors to his or her ability to provide for the child, such as a stable income and the manner of how he or she gets it. In a joint custody case, however, it gets a little trickier. In a joint custody case, percentage each co-parent contributed to the joint income at the time they were married influences how one parent would pay for child support in the way that the more one parent contributes to the joint income, the more that person has to pay for child support. Also, the percentage of time each parent actually has physical custody of the children determines the amount of child support that might be owed. That is to say, the parent who is the one living with the children is assumed by the courts to bear most of the child-rearing costs. As such, the parent who lives with the children only 20% of the time will have to pay more in child support than the ex-spouse who spends 80% of their time with the children. Read More Spinal Cord Injuries Posted by Stacy on Nov 20, 2015 in Personal Injury | 0 comments Spinal cord injuries happen from a severe blow or another form of injury which problems the vertebrae (bones of the back) to the level that pressure is brought by it on or deliver pieces to the spinal cord. The back isn’t ordinarily cut, but partial or complete paralysis can be caused by the injury below the point of damage or impact. The spinal cord accounts for carrying electrical signals from the mind to the rest of the human anatomy, which dictate senses and voluntary movement. Thus, the signals are partially or absolutely obstructed, depending on the extent of the injury, when the wire is damaged. Unfortunately, there’s no treatment available to fix spinal cord injuries. According to the website of Habush Habush & Rottier, there are numerous ways one can hurt the spinal cord. However, a big part of cases are due to severe and abrupt traumatic events, like motor vehicle collisions, falls, or assault. Crisis hospital treatment is indicated for any assumed back injury as a prompt consideration that is expert may significantly reduce the degree of the harm. Symptoms of Spinal Cord Injury Back accidents may not be instantly clear following a traumatic event. The following are signs of spinal-cord injury that is potential and needs to be closely monitored following an accident: Numbness Incontinence Paralysis Spastic movements Right back pain that is severe Pressure in brain the back or neck Breathing difficulty Reduction of balance Prices related to spinal-cord Injury Depending on the degree of the harm, a victim may possibly anticipate the very least of $15,000 during a lifetime in health-related prices a year, and above $500,000. This doesn’t comprise the costs of hospital care and emergency medical treatment after an accident, the lack of potential revenue, or the emotional and mental effects of partial or complete paralysis. In the event you or someone you know has suffered from spinal cord injury due to the disregard or carelessness of a third party, it really is conceivable to seek a settlement. Read More Side Effects of Zofran Posted by Stacy on Aug 11, 2015 in Health, Personal Injury | 0 comments Zofran is a widely used drug, prescribed globally. It is most often used to treat symptoms of nausea and vomiting. It has proved very effective a treating the nausea and vomiting associated with chemotherapy treatments and post-operative surgery. While this drug is very effective, it is not without its draw backs. Like all medications, Zofran has many side effects, ranging from mild to very dangerous, which could potentially become problematic is patients, doctors, and the makers of the drug do not take appropriate cautionary measures. Some mild side effects of Zofran include constipation, dizziness and headache. These are the most common side effects that patients experience when consuming the drug. These side effects cause discomfort in patients but are not dangerous or life threatening, and generally the use of the drug can be continued even when these are experienced. More severe side effects have been experienced in a smaller percentage of patients. The injectable form of the drug has been linked to a potentially fatal heart rhythm in certain patients. Additionally, according to the website of the Williams Kherkher, Zofran has been linked to birth defects in the children of women who were prescribed the drug while pregnant. Some women experience severe morning sickness, and the makers of Zofran marketed Zofran to treat the symptoms of nausea and vomiting associated with this condition. However, this drug proved to be very harmful to pregnant mothers, and a link was noticed between Zofran and birth defects such as congenital heart defects, cleft lip, and cleft palate. If you were prescribed Zofran while pregnant and your child has any of the above birth defects, you may be entitled to certain damages. It is important to talk to your doctor about all potential side effects of a medication such as Zofran before using it. Read More The Expensive Connection between Gynecomastia and Risperdal Posted by Stacy on Apr 10, 2015 in Health, Personal Injury | 0 comments Adverse side effects of powerful drugs are something that people who have no other treatment options have to accept. They make this choice when they consult with their doctors and decide to go ahead with treatment. They take the risk of adverse effects because of the benefits. However, when crucial information is withheld that could have affected this choice, this is negligence. If the doctor fails to explain it in full to the patient, it is medical malpractice. If the drug company suppresses information from both the doctors and the patients, it is product liability. In far too many cases, drug companies withhold information that may affect their sales. In the case of Risperdal (risperidone), an atypical antipsychotic that appeared to be safe even for children diagnosed with autism, schizophrenia, or bipolar disorder, the knot in the wood was gynecomastia. According to the website of Risperdal lawyers of Williams Kherkher, gynecomastia is the abnormal development of male breasts. It appeared that Riperdal could cause gynecomastia in young boys. Granted that Risperdal is effective in controlling the symptoms of approved mental disorders, parents may have thought twice about putting their young son on a drug that could have undesirable long-term effects. Other treatments available could get the job done well enough without these effects. The big mistake of drug maker Janssen Pharmaceuticals (a division of Johnson & Johnson) is that it suppressed this information from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), doctors, and patients. When the connection was made, and the courts imposed fines on Janssen and J&J, it opened the floodgates for civil lawsuits. The first case that went to trial for the allegation that Janssen willfully withheld information about the causative link between gynecomastia and Risperdal was filed in Philadelphia. The patient, Austin Pledger, first started taking Risperdal in 2002 for autism when he was 7 years old. The now-20-year-old has 46 DD breasts. The jury found Janssen and J&J liable for damages to the tune of $2.5 million. The drug maker is expected to appeal. If you can relate in a meaningful way with the plight of Austin Pledger, then you may also be eligible to sue Janssen and J&J. Contact an aggressive Risperdal lawyer in your area to advise you. You may also be the first in your state to make it to trial. Read More Cruise Ship Accidents: You Never Think It Could Happen to You Posted by Stacy on Feb 16, 2015 in Boating, Personal Injury | 0 comments Accidents happen every single day – but you never quite expect it on a cruise ship. A cruise ship, by design, is meant to make people free from all the stress that regular life brings forth. A vacation aboard a cruise ship is often coveted by many as the idea of exploring the seas, inhaling that fresh sea breeze, spending time with one’s friends and family is extremely ideal. That is why, according to, every precaution should be taken upon constructing a cruise ship and must also be well equipped with safety paraphernalia, should there be an emergency. Can you imagine a medical mishap happening while you are nautical miles away from shore and proper medication? What if you experience an accident while aboard the ship – like a broken bone or have a sudden stroke – and the crew was insufficiently staffed with the proper materials to care for such an incident? A lot people do not understand that they have certain rights and privileges following an incident like this – and even when they do, there are times that the victim either contacts the wrong sort of help or acts far, far too soon. Many cruise lines get away with negligence by pleading a lack of reported incident, or something of the rather. There is (rather, there can) always be something. That is why it is of the utmost importance to get competent capable help, in order to make sure that your case is properly represented but you are also given only the best kind of compensation and medical treatment available. After all, a cruise is meant to relax you and not add on to the stress you already have. Accidents can often result into disabilities or disfigurements, which could result into you not being able to work for a prolonged period of time. This could mean lost wages or even the loss of the job itself. Allow for specialized legal practitioners to handle such a case like this and allow for yourself to recover, rest, and relax – as you should have been allowed to do. Read More Statute of Limitations for Car Accidents Posted by Stacy on Dec 23, 2014 in Personal Injury | 0 comments If Kylie Jenner thought she could forget about a car accident that happened more than a year ago which apparently had no earmarks of being the harbinger of trouble, she’s wrong. The 17-year-old member of the Keeping up with the Kardashians reality show recently received notice that she, together with her mother, was being sued by one of the other parties involved in a three-car fender bender that occurred in August 2013. The plaintiff claimed that she had sustained serious injuries in the incident, although police records indicate no injuries or illegal acts in the Calabasas accident report on that date. The plaintiff’s suit alleged that Kylie was driving at an unsafe speed and that her mother, who was the registered owner of the vehicle, was irresponsible for letting an incompetent driver behind the wheel. Although the lawsuit took a while to get filed, it is well within the statute of limitations for a negligent personal injury case in California, which is two years from the time of the incident. The statute of limitations is perhaps the most important technical factor in filing a personal injury lawsuit for a negligent car accident, or any civil lawsuit for that matter. Because civil cases are not always a crime (although some are), it is important that you are aware about what the time limits are for your particular case. Jeff Sampson is an authority on the subject. Gathering the information and documentation for a civil case can take a lot of time, but it isn’t always necessary to have everything ready to file a suit, if only to avoid the statute of limitations running out. If that happens, no matter how solid a case is, there will be no way that you can make a claim. A car accident lawyer will definitely know the statute of limitations in the relevant state, as well as other things that you will need to know about filing a lawsuit. If you believe you have a valid claim for a car accident personal injury case, consult with a lawyer as soon as possible to help you get the wheels moving. Read More Looking for Legal Assistance after an Accident Posted by Stacy on Oct 17, 2014 in Automobile Accidents | 1 comment A great majority of personal injuries are the result of car crashes. Despite the security that auto insurance can provide, hiring an Oklahoma personal injury lawyer may still be necessary. The need to hire a lawyer to help with the legal proceedings stems from the fact that there is a lot at stake following a car crash that resulted in injuries. Having a lawyer would make it easier to present your case and negotiate a fair settlement. It is the responsibility of the injured party to prove the extent of the injury. This can mean providing the lawyer with documents such as medical records and police reports. It is likewise important to present the medical bills, wage stubs (to prove the loss of wages due to the injury), photos of the scene, information on the other driver (name, address, insurance company, and phone numbers), and even photos of the injuries sustained. These will be presented in court and will be the basis on the amount of compensation that will be awarded. Despite appearing to be uninjured after an accident, it is still important to go to a doctor to ensure that there is no physical damage, since not all injuries exhibit themselves immediately. Whiplash is one such injury. Many personal injury lawyers offer free consultation, and would only get paid after the case has been settled. Consulting with a lawyer would help you determine the extent of the compensation as well as help in the negotiation to arrive in a fair settlement agreement. If the injuries are serious and you are required to stay in the hospital, the lawyer will be the one who will gather the necessary evidence and present your case in court as your legal representation. It is important to not immediately sign or accept any settlement unless your lawyer have properly evaluated the extent of the injuries and damages. Read More In Need Of Legal Advice? Read On For Useful Tips Regarding Personal Injury Law Posted by Stacy on Aug 21, 2014 in Personal Injury | 0 comments If you’re like most people, you are not that familiar with lawsuits. You may ask yourself what you need to do in order to go through with one, and not have the information you need to go forward. That’s why this article is here, to help you figure out what must be done. Keep reading for some great tips. Before you commit to a personal injury lawyer, sit down for an initial consultation with them and have them break down what they will do for you. Many law firms will do this for free. According to the website of Pohl & Berk, LLP, Tennessee personal injury attorneys, the object when choosing a personal injury lawyer is for you to feel comfortable with them, especially since you are probably dealing with a sensitive matter. Being comfortable with your attorney and the kind of person he or she is can help the case move along more smoothly. At your first meeting with your personal injury lawyer, bring everything that you think is relevant to your case. For example, if the police were involved, bring a copy of their report. If you have spoken with your insurance company, bring any notes that detail what happened with them. All of this information will help your attorney start piecing together your case. Many lawyers use flashy advertisements to mask their inability to win cases. Not only do they have poor reputations, how can you know who they truly are? Always have a face to face meeting before hiring a lawyer. Trust the recommendations of friends and family before even considering looking at advertising. Never move your vehicle if you were involved in an accident, unless instructed to by a police officer. This may result in damages worsening and could make the other person less liable for the state of your vehicle. The only exception to this is if the accident occurred on a busy street. Going through a lawsuit is not always easy, but that’s why you need to be vigilant about the steps you can take along the way. Hopefully the tips in this article are going to help you do all you need so that you are successful with your case. Keep this article with you so you can refer to it often. Read More Health Effects of Hard Water Posted by Stacy on Aug 19, 2014 in Health | 0 comments Water in the US is generally hard, meaning that it contains significant amounts of metal ions such as calcium and magnesium. States with the “hardest” water with more than 1,000 ppm (parts per million) include Texas, Kansas, and California. That’s all well and good, but what does it really mean when one has hard water in the home? Is it a health hazard? The minerals that are in water are (usually) natural occurring, and sometimes an area may have particularly rich deposits of these minerals, which gets into the water and thus into homes. Extensive studies into the health effects of hard water per se shows no indications that it is harmful to the human body, and there is evidence that reasonably hard water may actually have health benefits. Health effects notwithstanding, hard water has a peculiar taste and smell that most people find distasteful, and can alter the taste of food and drinks. In areas where the water has excessive amounts of calcium and magnesium, this is can be too much of a good thing. Hard water can also be actively harmful in other ways, specifically in depositing residue on clothes and glass surfaces as well as clogging water pipes. As illustrated on the website of American Water, this can have serious financial consequences, especially when clogged water pipes lead to damage to appliances such as the water heater. Even if no appliances ate damaged, the pipes themselves gradually become useless and will eventually have to be replaced. Homes in areas such as Austin in Texas know firsthand how bad it can get, and yet a surprising number of people have never considered the obvious solution to this problem: water softeners. It can treat the hard water before it gets into the pipes, thus preventing the cumulative effects in the first place. Contact a reputable water treatment company in your area to get a free water test and a quote for what your home needs to be hard water-free. Read More Tax Consequences for Mental Anguish in Personal Injury Litigation Posted by Stacy on May 5, 2014 in Personal Injury | 1 comment Paying taxes often results in mental anguish, but when mental anguish is the reason for additional taxes, that is just too ironical for words. The awards given in a personal injury lawsuit are in several categories. All personal injury cases sue for economic damages such as actual expenses for medical care, property damage, loss of income, or anything else that are measurable in financial terms. Some states limit personal injury awards to these damages, while others allow non-economic awards also known as punitive damages, typically imposed on the defendant as punishment for the wrongful act. These include pain and suffering, and mental anguish, although some impose a cap on the amounts. These are psychological components that usually accompany physical trauma, although even without physical trauma there can be mental anguish i.e. defamation. When claiming for mental anguish, it is important to note that there is a tax consequence for mental anguish that is independent of or separate from physical injury. For example, if false statements affected an individual’s reputation that affected personal relationships on top of a decline in professional standing that had a financial consequence, the mental anguish from the loss of friendship or affection may be considered compensable. However, such compensation would be taxable under federal law. However, if the mental anguish is tied in with a physical injury such as the loss of a limb, then it would not be taxable. Awards for physical injuries are generally tax-exempt, while mental injuries are not unless it is proven to be inextricable linked or inseparable to the physical harm sustained. When seeking to claim punitive damages for mental anguish or other mental injuries, it is important to insist to the lawyer that this be tied in with a physical injury if it is at all possible. An experienced personal injury lawyer would know how this can be done. Read More ? Older Entries Categories Automobile Accidents Boating Business Laws Criminal Law DWI Laws Family Law Health Hurricanes Personal Injury Archives April 2016 November 2015 August 2015 April 2015 February 2015 December 2014 October 2014 August 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 Swim with the Sharks Whois

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