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- Ten Things You Can Do to Increase Your Recovery After a Motorcycle Accident
If you are unfortunate enough to suffer injuries and property damage as a result of somebody elseís negligence, the only thing the civil justice system permits by way of recovery is monetary compensation. Similar cases can have different results and, as such, it is important to do everything you can to obtain full value for your damages.
- Roller Coaster Wrongful Death at Higher Rates than Shark Deaths
While most of us worry about swimming too far off the coast during a summer vacation, we don't realize that we're more at risk on a roller coaster than a shark when venturing outdoors this season.
- Civil Justice for New York Crime Victims
Injured victims of crime can use civil lawsuits to seek justice, hold responsible parties accountable, prevent future crimes, and obtain the financial resources victims need to rebuild their lives.
- Taking Your Motorcycle Accident Case to Small Claims Court
Small Claims Court may be your only option when trying to recover damages from a motorcycle accident.
- Wrongful Death at Sea: Liability, Non-Pecuniary Damages, and Survivorsí Legal Remedies
The recent U.S. District Court (Western District of Washington) case of Michael Mechling, et al. v. Holland America Line, Inc., highlights two key factors in determining legal remedies for survivors of nonseafaring individuals who suffer fatal injuries at sea.
- Four Elements of a Personal Injury Claim
Injuries that occur as a result of someone else's careless or reckless actions may lead to a personal injury claim. It's important to understand the elements that apply to this type of case: duty of care; failure to exercise reasonable care (negligence); causation; and the presence of damages.
- National Truck Accident Statistics
A variety of factors contribute to truck accidents. Some stem from negligence of a driver (the trucker or another driver), such as speeding or fatigue. Others are the result of faulty or defective equipment, such as tires or brakes. Improper loading is another cause; for instance, cargo thatís unbalanced or not secured.
- CDC Reports that Many Unintentional Injury Deaths Are Preventable
According to a new study, the five leading causes of death in the United States are heart disease, cancer, chronic lower respiratory diseases, stroke, and unintentional injuries. On each of those causes of death, the study found that 20 percent to 40 percent could have been prevented.
- Child Traffic Deaths Increase in 2012
One of the possible reasons for the increase in child traffic fatalities may be improper or inconsistent use of child restraint systems.
- Truck Accident Fatalities and Injuries on Rise in Texas Energy Producing Areas
If you live or work in West Texas, be extra cautious while using the roads. Traffic fatalities continue to be a problem in the oil-rich Permian Basin, according to recent reports.