Month: November 2022

Drivers need to clear the snow from their cars

Drivers make different types of mistakes every day, and many of these mistakes lead to car accidents. These mistakes only become more serious when the weather turns and the winter months set in. However, it’s important to note that all of these mistakes don’t necessarily happen when someone is behind the wheel. People can make errors in how they prepare for the drive, and those errors can eventually lead to an accident. One way that this happens is when drivers neglect to clear the snow off of their cars. Here are three reasons why: 1. Reducing visibility The first issue with this is that...

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Premises Liability: How are slip-and-fall settlements calculated?

A slip-and-fall accident can tremendously affect your life. It may no longer be business as usual when you cannot work and provide for your family or lead your everyday life like before due to the injuries you sustained. You are entitled to compensation if your slip-and-fall accident arose from another party’s negligence. However, before getting started on your premises liability claim, it is prudent to familiarize yourself with the process of valuing your claim. That way, you will understand what you deserve in compensation for the harm you suffered. What damages did you suffer from your...

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Studies claim medical malpractice is more common than thought

Most people know that medical malpractice can happen. They know that doctors make mistakes, for instance, and that patients may pass away from these mistakes or have life-altering injuries. People also know that errors can be made at many levels of care. For example, a nurse could give someone improper medication or a surgeon could operate on the wrong site. But many people think of these events as very rare occurrences. The vast majority of the time that you go to the hospital, no negative events are going to occur, they believe. And while this may be true in a percentage sense – in that...

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