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Jeffrey H. Rasansky

Jeffrey Rasansky’s Legal Guides

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  • Good Questions to Ask a Potential Daycare Provider

    - How many children does this particular center care for? - Do children and staff regularly wash their hands? - What is the ratio of teachers to children? - What training do your teachers have? -

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  • Medical Malpractice: Why You Need an Attorney

    Jeff Rasansky discusses the reasons why an attorney is essential to the success of a medical malpractice case in Texas.

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  • How to React to a Wrong-Way Driver

    One of the most dangerous situations one can face on the road is when a driver is traveling in the wrong direction. These types of situations can easily prove to be disastrous, especially when most drivers have no idea what to do when they see a car heading the wrong way in their lane.

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  • Why McDonalds Was Found Liable in the Infamous Hot Coffee Lawsuit

    If you're like most people outside of the legal field, you probably already have an opinion on the infamous hot coffee case. Unfortunately, the media used this story to purpetuate the notion that America is sue-happy by sensationalizing and misrepresenting the facts of the case. ...

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  • VIDEO: Birth Injury FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

    What is a birth injury? What are some of the causes of birth injuries? Were my child's injuries caused by my doctor or nurse's mistakes or their negligence? How do I know if my child's cerebral palsy was caused by a medical mistake? What is cerebral palsy? Are there different ty...

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  • Suing for Wrong Dosage of Medication

    Thousands of patients in the United States -- children especially -- suffer each year because they were prescribed the wrong dosage of medication by a medical professional. Most mistakes happen in infants under age 1, but all children are vulnerable due to weight miscalculations.

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  • 6 Quick Facts About Cerebral Palsy

    Cerebral palsy is an unfortunate condition that arises from a brain injury, sometimes from baby brain damage. Understanding what this disorder is and what it entails for those affected with it is easier once you have a few of the basic cerebral palsy facts down.

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  • Different Types of Cerebral Palsy

    Types of cerebral palsy are based on classifications by movement and by the number of limbs affected. There are four main types of cerebral palsy that are classified by movement: Ataxic cerebral palsy Athetoidcerebral palsy Spasticcerebral palsy Mixedcerebral palsy Learn mor...

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  • Avoid Becoming a Victim of a Drunk Driving Accident

    Millions of people drink, especially during social gatherings and celebrations. Many of these people will risk facing DWI charges. Others will become an unwilling participant of a drunk driving accident. According to Mothers Against Drunk Driving, 3 out of every 10 Americans will...

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  • Athetoid Cerebral Palsy 101

    What is Athetoid Cerebral Palsy? Athetoid Cerebral Palsy (ADCP) is a type of Cerebral Palsy that causes muscles to move uncontrollably. Athetoid cerebral palsy is recognizable by loose movements that affect the whole body such as scratching a nose or holding a small object. It i...

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