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Blog Posts in January, 2009

  • Living with a Brain Injury - The Stages of Care

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, Siegel, P.C. || 30-Jan-2009

    The Brain Injury Association of America has produced a pamphlet entitled, "Living With Brain Injury: A guide for and about adults with moderate to severe brain injury". This pamphlet contains useful information for all with an interest in this area to read. Although the pamphlet is available upon request, we at Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel believe that it would be valuable to ...
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  • You are all invited to check out the new website for the Brain Injury Association of the District of Columbia at www.biadc.org. The website for the Brain Injury Association of America is www.biausa.org. Each organization provides information, education and access to resources for individuals that have sustained a brain injury and/or family members or loved ones. Additionally, membership forms are ...
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  • Beware of Tractor Trailers in Bad Weather.

    Posted By chaikinandsherman || 26-Jan-2009

    Many of you have seen the headlines relating to the terrible multi-car collisions in the Midwest. We do not need major snowstorms, however, for icy road conditions or road conditions less than optimum to cause significant injury. Tractor trailers are always a danger to occupants of automobiles on the roadway no matter what time of year. Bad weather brings even greater dangers. Fishtailing tractor ...
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  • Law Firm Files Lawsuit in Drunk Driving Case

    Posted By chaikinandsherman || 23-Jan-2009

    The law firm has filed suit on behalf of an individual that was struck while in his vehicle which was at a standstill at Dupont Circle. The driver of the vehicle pled guilty to criminal charges resulting from his drunk driving. The law firm has filed suit against the drunk driver as well as the local Dupont Circle bar that served the individual, despite the fact that he had to have been visibly ...
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  • The completion of the renovation of the Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel conference room will provide the opportunity to have webcam conferencing. The new conference room has had a total renovation replacing all the bookcases with new, hand-crafted furniture and also has cutting-edge technology. There will be a speakerphone permitting teleconferencing as well as allowing for depositions to ...
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  • The office of Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. is proud to announce the completion of the renovation of its offices scheduled for January 30, 2009. The new offices will present a new face to the reception area. We have replaced the formica workstations for our longtime receptionists, Nia Morson and Cheryl Morton with handmade wooden desks made to match the original wooden fireplace. ...
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  • The Brain Injury Association of America, an organization that has provided education, information and resources to individuals with brain injury, head injury or coma for over 25 years has awarded affiliate status to the Brain Injury Association for Washington, D.C. This non-profit organization was formed by Joseph Cammarata, president of the Brain Injury Association of the District of Columbia and ...
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  • We have previously spent considerable time, in this blog, explaining uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage. To review, uninsured motorist coverage is purchased by you from your own insurance company because it is part of your own insurance coverage. Uninsured motorist coverage protects you in the event that you are hurt as the result of the fault of an individual with no insurance ...
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  • The awful economy is taking a toll on individuals' ability to purchase car insurance. More and more drivers are letting their car insurance lapse because they can no longer afford to purchase it. Several hundred thousand drivers have dropped their automobile insurance in the past year as the unemployment rate has climbed. OnlineInsurance.com says that they also see evidence of more uninsured ...
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