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Truck Drivers Not Getting Required Rest?

When an 18-wheeler is involved in a collision with a passenger vehicle, often serious injuries will result. Because of the difference in the size of the vehicles involved in trucking accidents, Read More

Move-Over Law Campaign Aims to Reduce Accidents

When approaching an accident or other utility activity that is happening on the side of the road, many motorists will inevitably become distracted. They may slow down to take a Read More

Vehicle Type May Lead to More Serious Injuries in Car or Truck Accidents

When we look for a new car or truck, often one of the first things that we consider is the vehicle’s safety record. Many manufacturers and consumer groups extensively test Read More

Deadliest Day for Teen Drivers

The American Automobile Association (AAA) recently released a report that states July 4th is the most dangerous day for teens to die in car accidents. With kids out of school,… Read More

Officials Focused on Drugged/Drunk Truck Drivers

There are many regulations in place for commercial drivers. Because of the size of the vehicles that they are driving, safety is a top priority. Each year it seems more Read More

Motorcycle Accident Deaths Increase in States with Partial Helmet Laws

Every motorcycle rider realizes the dangers every time he or she heads out on the road. Even a minor motorcycle accident can result in serious injuries, simply because the rider is Read More

Roadcheck 2012 – Helping to Reduce Trucking Accidents

There have been a lot of recent efforts that have focused on making the trucking industry safer for other motorists. Once a year, the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) sponsors Read More

The Role of Hospitals in Medical Malpractice Cases

While medical malpractice claims are financially costly to the healthcare industry and image damaging, it is not nearly the same harm endured by medical malpractice victims who can suffer irreparable injury Read More

Medical Malpractice Defense Expensive; Cost Passed to Patients

A new study concludes that the high cost to physicians and other health care providers of defending against medical malpractice lawsuits and maintaining medical malpractice insurance ultimately harms patients financially. Read More

The Doctor-Patient Relationship

The existence of a doctor-patient relationship, like other professional relationships, offers patents certain protections. For example, if a doctor-patient relationship does not exist, the doctor is not bound by a Read More

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