We stress it a lot but only because it’s very true: car wrecks cause a lot of damage. The most serious damage is always to people because injuries can drastically degrade their quality of life. Auto wrecks are just destructive in general, and they can cost a whole lot of money.
A collision involving large trucks is a frightening occurrence for many reasons. There’s always the severity of the impact to consider, particularly when a truck collides with a smaller vehicle. And there’s also the danger posed by the cargo. The cargo can come loose and cause additional injuries and collisions on the road.
If you own a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, make sure you’re alert to the company’s latest recall, which affects over 66,000 vehicles. The motorcycles in question are 2014 model year Touring and CVO Touring vehicles. What’s the problem with these models? Their front wheels have a tendency of locking up as you drive them.
Someone making a bad decision and breaking the law doesn’t just affect that one person. It can potentially affect everyone around them. Bad decisions can often cause widespread damage, spreading tragedy and creating a domino effect that could change dozens, if not hundreds, of lives. A terrible accident occurred in Wayne County last week all because of one person’s careless decisions.
When is a Prescription Drug Error Medical Malpractice, and Who Can Be Held Responsible? The bottom line is that dangerous, sometimes life-threatening, prescription drug errors happen every day. For the error to rise to the level of medical malpractice, you have to prove that a medical caregiver has been negligent.
A recent tragic accident in Miami County, Indiana took the life of a prominent state health care advocate, who had a distinguished career fighting on behalf of vulnerable Hoosiers and their health-related needs. According to news reports, his death occurred after he apparently didn’t yield to oncoming traffic on US 31.