Recovering from Injury

Red Light Means Stop - Not Speed Up

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In 2008, approximately 165,000 people were injured, and more than 760 were killed in accidents that could be directly contributed to someone running a red light. This number is included in the approximately 2.3 million reported accidents reported at intersections, which may or may not have had a direct cause. Unfortunately, half of the people who were killed were not the ones running the light, but were innocent motorist, bicyclist and pedestrians who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.…

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Does A Child Sport's Waiver Form Relinquish You Of Your Right To Sue?

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When your child asked to join a sport, he or she probably provided you with a waiver form you had to sign. The organization offering the sport created the form and required you to sign it in order for your child to play the game. If your child ended up injured while participating in the sport, does this waiver relinquish your rights to sue? This question can best be answered by a personal injury attorney, and it will depend on several different factors.…

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Protect Your Trucking Company With A Substance Abuse Policy

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Driving under the influence is a serious offense, and truckers who are in an accident while high or intoxicated are usually held responsible for any damage or injuries that result from the accident. They may not be the only ones held responsible for the accident, though. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) also places responsibility on trucking companies. If you operate a trucking company, you need to protect your business with a substance abuse policy written by a truck accident attorney.…

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