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Self-Driving Cars: Is There a Bumpy Road Ahead?

In Car Accident by radmin

Technology is forever changing the way we live, seemingly making things “easier” on us. While there is a constant wave of new devices hitting the market designed to streamline our everyday activities, the question remains – how safe are they? One of the hottest topics in this realm today is self-driving cars. As robots and advances in technology continue to …

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Frequent Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

In Personal Injury by radmin

Motorcycle accidents are some of the most serious and life-changing there are. Even if you take all the necessary safety precautions before hopping on your bike and hitting the roads, there is a good chance another person’s negligence will leave you injured – or worse. While there is an inherent risk of riding a motorcycle, distractions, negligence, and weather conditions …

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Texting and Driving: The New Texas Law

In Car Accident, News by radmin

Texting and driving has become a serious, deadly problem in the United States, which is why it should come as no surprise that Texas just passed a new law making texting and driving illegal statewide. Prior to this law, Texas had relatively loose laws pertaining to drivers who are caught texting while behind the wheel. On June 6th, 2017, Texas …

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Surgery gone wrong? What can you do?

In Medical Malpractice by radmin

Because of the complexity of medical malpractice litigation, it can often be difficult to determine who truly is responsible for the medical negligence. Hospitals and surgeons and physicians, usually don’t all go hand-in-hand when it comes to various malpractice policies, because they are not all under the same insurance. It is very common that no one will want to take …

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Hotel injuries and your legal options!

In Premises Accident by radmin

Can a hotel be held liable for an injury? The answer is yes. Hotels typically do their best to try and ensure that we have an enjoyable, relaxed, and comfortable stay with them, but unfortunately this isn’t always the case. Even with regular inspections by management, maintenance checks, and on guard supervision from the staff, accidents and unfortunate incidents can …

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Are You a Distracted Driver?

In Personal Injury by radmin

Most of us would like to claim that we are not distracted drivers, and if we are, not only do we not want to admit it to anyone else, but in most cases, we don’t even want to admit it to ourselves. There are three different categorical types of distracted driving, they include visual (taking your eyes off of the …

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Ex Bachelor Chris Soules Involved in Fatal Hit and Run

In Uncategorized by radmin

Chris Soules, who starred on The Bachelor in 2015, has been arrested for a hit and run accident, that led to the death of a 66-year-old tractor driver named Kenneth Mosher. From the driver’s seat of a pick-up truck, on April 24th, Soules rear-ended the tractor, sending it into a ditch, and then fled the scene. The victim, Kenneth Mosher, …

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Should I call the police after a crash?

In Car Accident, Personal Injury by radmin

Is it always necessary to call the police immediately preceding a  car accident? Well the answer is, it depends. It depends on the severity of the accident in terms of damage to the vehicles (or possible physical surroundings, such as a pole, etc.), and any injuries to those who were involved in the accident. The matter of the fact is, car …

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Truck Driver Fatigue Leading to More Crashes

In Personal Injury by radmin

When looking at the main causes of truck accidents, statistics show that 87.2% can be contributed to driver error. Most of the time, said driver error can somehow be traced back to truck driver fatigue. In a typical 8-hour shift, truck drivers are only required to take a 30-minute break during this time. According to New Scientist Magazine, “driving for just …

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Texting and Driving: Is It Worth It?

In Car Accident, Personal Injury by radmin

As the modern age of technology continues to grow rapidly, so does our dependency on our smart phones. We live in an age where multi-tasking is prominently how we go about our day-to-day activities, and one of the most dangerous and common multi-tasking activities taking place is texting and driving. According to the National Safety Council, 1 in 4 automobile …