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Car Accidents Causing More Bicycle Fatalities

September 2, 2014

Bicycle Fatalities Resulting In Wrongful Death Lawsuits In one recent incident a driver was arrested and prosecuted for a hit and run accident that killed a bicyclist. Police continue to seek witnesses and the automobile driver testified Thursday that he didn’t see the cyclist and thought he had struck a deer. He said he pulled…

Personal Injury Lawyers Specializing in Car Accidents

August 27, 2014

Car Accident Lawyer These and many other issues too numerous to mention require most people to enlist the services of an automobile accident attorney, or an Attorney with experience dealing with Personal Injury cases. For a fender-bender type of accident with minimal damage and no injuries, this may not be necessary especially if the parties…

Personal Injury Claims Resulting From Dog Bites

August 22, 2014

If a dog has ever maliciously attacked you, you experience a severe trauma. You may need to employ a Personal Injury Lawyer in order to get your medical bills paid and to compensate you for pain, suffering and trauma, and depending on the extent of the injury, loss of work, etc. Mental affects, that are…

Latest Social Security & Disability Info

August 15, 2014

The Social Security Administration has recently introduced “The Faces and Facts of Disability,” a training and information program to help instruct people in general about Social Security disability insurance and dispel misinformation. Almost 9 million injured or disabled workers receive benefits. These 9 million people comprise those receiving benefits having mental disabilities, tangible incapacitates, and…

Car Accidents In Southern California Are On A Steady Rise According To CHP Officials

August 11, 2014

The amount of car accidents on the turnpike close to the 101-23 convergence kept on riding in May, June and July over the past year, as indicated by California Highway Patrol detail, prove that drivers are even now attempting to conform to the path identified with CHP at the exchange extension.

New Study Finds Handheld Phone Ban Ineffective In Preventing Driving Accidents

August 8, 2014

According to a recent study, legislation banning handheld phones by drivers had almost no effect on the number of car accidents. One of the researcher said that simply banning hand-held cellphone use might not produce the desired increase in traffic and non car accident safety.

3 Things To Do If A Faulty Product Has Injured You

August 6, 2014

Although millions of people are injured every year through common ways, such as tripping or minor car accidents, many people also suffer due to the products they bring into their homes.

Knowing the Statute of Limitations

July 31, 2014

The deadline for filing a lawsuit is called the Statute of Limitations. Most lawsuits are required to be filed with a Court or Government entity within a certain time frame. Once the statute of limitations on a case expires, the legal claim loses is ability to move forward for disposition.

Constitutional Court Strikes Down Medical Treatment Requirement Clause

July 29, 2014

There is a provision in the new health care law requiring people who do not want certain medical examinations or procedures to get a psychiatrist’s confirmation of their mental capacity. The Constitutional Court struck down this clause, because they consider the requirement to obtaining the professional opinion of a psychiatrist to be a restriction of…

F.B.I. Brands Autonomous Cars As Potential Lethal Weapons

July 21, 2014

The FBI has branded self-driving cars, also known as autonomous cars (auto cars), as potential lethal weapons increasing the potential for car accidents nationwide. A Freedom of Information Act request found a report revealing the FBI’s opinion on autonomous vehicle technology. This unclassified, yet restricted report, suggested that autonomous cars would transform what both law…