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March 2017 Archives

Beware: Rubbernecking can lead to secondary crashes

Stop and think about the last time you drove by a car accident scene. Traffic probably slowed down; police may have been rerouting traffic; ambulances could have been racing up behind you on the shoulder of the road. It may have seemed natural to take your eyes and attention off the road and turn toward the accident.

What if I wasn't wearing a helmet in my motorcycle crash?

Let's say you needed to make a quick run to the convenience store. Since it was just around the corner, you hopped on your motorcycle and didn't bother putting on a helmet. Sure, the law requires you to wear one, but you didn't think it would be a problem.

Preliminary objections raised in a slip-and-fall claim

It is not unusual for a party named as the defendant in a personal injury claim to object to various elements of the case. The defendant might take issue with anything from the language of the assertions and jurisdiction to whether it should even be a defendant in the first place.

Sleep apnea and truck drivers: a deadly combination

Millions of people in the U.S. suffer from a condition called sleep apnea, which is a disorder that causes pauses in breathing when a person is sleeping. Sufferers are often awoken dozens of times at night because of these pauses, which means they are not well rested. When a person is sleep deprived, he or she may not be fit to operate a motor vehicle.

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