Patients can expect health care professionals to give them the sensible and proficient level of health care. The law strictly imposes a responsible duty on medical professionals to do it so. Medical providers, like nursing homes and hospitals, are held [...]
When cars and bikes have a collision, who is more likely to be at fault? Bicycle accidents involving cars usually happen due to the car driver’s lack of attention or failure to give the right of way for the bicyclist. [...]
Often, cars are more likely the culprit when there’s an accident because they are larger in size and more powerful. But if you’re going to consider the data arising from various bicycle-car accidents, bicyclists are as likely to cause road [...]
In most cases, the government is the one in charge of maintaining the security of the public areas and the roads. Therefore, the city, state and government entity, where your vehicle got destroyed, would be liable and accountable for any [...]
If you drive cautiously, most likely you drive defensively, you keep your eyes on the road and you maintain your distance from dangerous motorists. Unfortunately, accidents can happen even to the most cautious drivers. Sometimes, road accidents occur because of [...]
Throughout the US, thousands of pedestrian-car accidents happen every year. Although there are lots of programs that deal with this issue, still there are countless pedestrians who get involved in car accidents. There are times when a pedestrian-versus-car case is [...]
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