Old vs. New: See How Car Safety Has Drastically Improved

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    1950’s Car Safety vs. Today  Ever wonder how our lightweight modern cars stack up against the older, far more heavy automobiles? The below Consumer Reports video smashes a 2009 Chevy Malibu into a 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air and the results may surprise you. See the dramatic difference between car safety from the 1950’s vs. car safety today.

    Car Accident Back Injury – The Advocates Law

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    A back injury is one of the most persistent and debilitating injuries a person can suffer from an automobile accident. Back injuries run the gamut from low-grade strains to the more severe herniated disks and spinal cord damage, both of which require surgery and extensive recovery periods. If you’ve been in a car accident and feel you may have suffered […]

    Seattle Bike Accident Attorney Facts

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    Seattle ranks third in number of bicycle commuters so it might seem like a bicycle collision here and there is unavoidable. However, many collisions are caused by factors other than the bicyclist. Things like posted speed limit, a car’s failure to yield, whether a motorist was making a left turn, or even the number of street lights can have a […]

    Evaluating Reduction Measures for Pedestrian Accidents

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    Pedestrian accidents happen when a motor vehicle hits someone while they are walking or running. There are many ways to reduce these types of accidents and they can be split into two categories: separating pedestrians and vehicles by time and separating pedestrians and vehicle by space. Time and Pedestrian Accidents Pedestrian-Only Signal At a traffic intersection with active stoplights, pedestrians […]

    CPT Codes and Medical Bills – Advocates Law

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    In a previous article, we discussed ICD codes and their purpose in medical coding. However, there’s another equally important coding system used by multiple medical providers. Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes are used to specify what type of treatment or procedure took place at the time of medical service. History of CPT Codes The American Medical Association (AMA) first developed CPT […]