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Archive | April, 2013

Deciding Whether to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit? These Tips Can Help (Part 2)

As a continuation of Deciding Whether to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit? These Tips Can Help (Part 1), here is some additional information that can be extremely helpful as you make the decision whether to file a personal injury lawsuit. While Part 1 focused on helping potential plaintiffs determine whether they have a strong case […]

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Deciding Whether to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit? These Tips Can Help (Part 1)

After a car accident, a slip-and-fall accident or any event that results in a personal injury, you will likely be focused on recovering. Once your health is stable, however, your next concern may be deciding whether or not you should file a personal injury lawsuit. In this decision stage, there will be a number of […]

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CDC Study Finds that Distracted Driving is Greater Issue in U.S. than in Europe

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has released a 2013 study finding that U.S. drivers are far more likely to be driving while distracted than European drivers (specifically, drivers in France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom). The results of the study were compiled after surveying drivers between 18 and 64 […]

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Deaths of Teen Drivers Have Decreased Nearly 50 Percent over Past 6 Years

A recently published report has found that teen driver fatalities have decreased by about 47 percent since 2007. The report, which was a joint effort between State Farm Insurance and The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, disclosed a number of key and hopeful findings including that, between 2008 and 2011: More than 54 percent of teenage […]

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Guilty Plea in Fatal Car Accident Case Paves Way for Wrongful Death Lawsuit

The 59-year-old man who ran into and killed a 32-year-old bicyclist while driving in July 2012 has accepted a plea deal in his careless driving criminal case in exchange for entering a guilty plea. The charges in this case, a Class 1 traffic offense, could have landed the man in jail for up to one […]

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Workplace Deaths – The Most Dangerous U.S. Cities to Work In

Throughout the U.S., smaller cities that are focused around a single specific industry tend to have a higher incidence of workplace fatalities than larger cities with a number of different industry bases, according to EHS Today (a leading source of safety, health and industrial information for professionals across the U.S.). This is important because workplace […]

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April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month

About 25 percent of all traffic accidents are caused by distracted driving, with the majority of these involving drivers somehow using their cellphones, according to the National Safety Council (NSC). In an effort to reduce the number of distracted driving-related car accidents, the NSC has made the month of April National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. […]

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