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I Broke My Arm Falling Out Of My Car After The Accident–Is It Covered In The Accident Coverage?

When most people have an automobile accident, their thoughts often turn to whether the insurance policy will cover the damages sustained to the vehicle. However, while this is an important aspect of any accident, attention should also be paid to what parts of the policy cover any physical injuries sustained by those inside the vehicles. […]

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Someone Hit My Car With A Golf Cart

Those who have found themselves in an awkward situation may not be sure what to do. If somebody hits a car with a golf cart, there are a variety of different approaches that can be taken legally to take care of the situation. One of the most common is to go through an insurance company. […]

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Is A Golf Cart As Dangerous As An Automobile?

The golf cart has primarily been viewed as a leisure vehicle to use on the links or to quickly get around an expansive area. The thought of it being as dangerous as an automobile might strike some individuals as odd or a rarity, but a company that reconstructs accidents stated that someone dies every week […]

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Misdiagnosis Of Heart Attack

Diagnosing and treating heart disease at an early stage is crucial to preventing serious developments like cardiac arrest or sudden death. If you have been misdiagnosed, the following are some facts you ought to know: Why is a Heart Attack Misdiagnosed? Your doctor may delay or overlook the diagnosis of your heart condition because they […]

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Rear-End Accident Caused By A Brake Check

Rear-end accidents are the most common auto accidents in the country. They’re ordinarily caused by one vehicle following another vehicle too closely. If a person is found to be tailgating, they’re usually held liable for the accident. Although that might be a presumption, it’s a rebuttable presumption. Rear-ending another vehicle isn’t a strict liability offense. […]

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A Faulty Trailer Hitch Caused My Boat To Fall Off And Cause An Accident

Accidents can happen anywhere, any time. I know this for a fact because it recently happened to me. I had spent a very pleasant afternoon, boating and fishing on the lake, and was just pulling out to head home, when my day turned very nasty indeed. As I was pulling out on the highway, a […]

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Dealing With Chronic Pain After A Car Accident

“Bad things do happen; how I respond to them defines my character and the quality of my life. I can choose to sit in perpetual sadness, immobilized by the gravity of my loss, or I can choose to rise from the pain and treasure the most precious gift I have – life itself.” -Walter Anderson […]

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Can You Get A DUI On A Golf Cart?

Driving under the influence or DUI is a very serious offense that can land a person in jail or even in prison. Hefty fines come along with a conviction for a DUI. You can end up with a felony charge on your record, especially if you hit another vehicle and cause damage to it or […]

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I Rented A Jet-Ski That Malfunctioned And Caused Me To Run Into A Boat, Who Is Liable?

Your afternoon at the lake went from being a relaxing and enjoyable time to becoming a virtual nightmare. The jet-ski that you rented malfunctioned and as a result you ran into a boat. The question is, who is legally and financially liable for the damage that was done to the boat? Accidents That Involve Defective […]

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Top 5 Unusual Injuries Caused By Motorcycle Accidents

The last thing anyone anticipates is being involved in a motorcycle accident, but unfortunately it does happen. Should you be fortunate enough to walk away from a motorcycle accident, there are a number of things to look out for. High Risks Motorcycles present riders with a number of unique risks, as driving conditions are much […]

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My Motorcycle Helmet Cracked And Caused Brain Injury, Can I Sue?

If you enjoy riding your motorcycle, you probably put a lot of energy and attention into safety before simply getting on the bike. You use all of the proper equipment to ensure a safe and enjoyable ride. Unfortunately, getting into an accident puts this safety equipment to the test, and the items you’re wearing may […]

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My Loved One With Dementia Mistook The Gas Pedal For The Break Pedal

As suggested in an article on WebMD by Donald J. Iverson, MD of the Humboldt Neurological Medical Group, Inc., in Eureka, California, about 4 million Americans have some level of dementia and most of them will have to stop driving at some point [i]. Families have to make difficult and emotional decisions as loved ones […]

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