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My Teenager Was In A Crash While Driving Our Golf Cart

Studies show that nearly half (approximately 40%) of golf cart accidents involve kids. In fact the highest rates injuries related to golf cart incidents occur in boys aged 10 to 19-year-old. Children might think of golf carts like toys and are often the culprits of races, sometimes even down city streets. When a larger vehicle hits […]

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How Do Golf Cart Laws Affect Me?

The City Council in Greenville, South Carolina is cracking down on the abundance of recent golf cart use. Officials want to cut down on the illegal use of golf carts, but according to the laws currently in place, their hands are tied. As of now, the only restrictions in place involve bans on night driving, […]

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Golf Carts: When Recreation Can Turn Deadly

Recently in Monticello, Minn. a man who was driving his motorcycle struck another vehicle in motion. The other vehicle was a golf cart and, sadly, the crash was fatal. If this were all of information we had, we may be inclined to assume that this was the motorcyclist’s fault. Interestingly, this was not determined to […]

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Golf Carts and Insurance Claims

Although it may not be your main manner of transportation, your golf cart sure can get you around: on the golf course, through your neighborhood and your own property. In some cases, your golf cart may even get you around town on city streets. Since you use your golf cart for transportation, you should probably […]

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Golf Cart Crashes vs. Car Wrecks

One of the dangers of driving a golf cart is that many people don’t think of golf carts as motor vehicles. The inherent dangers with driving one are diminished because of its size and ease of use. Most people assume that nothing could go wrong when buzzing around the neighborhood or golf course. The truth […]

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When Breach of Fiduciary Duty Occurs

Individuals accountable to a board of directors (or simple investors) hold a legal, and arguably moral, responsibility to the shareholders who depend on them to run a business. Those types of responsibilities are consumed in what is called fiduciary duties. When a businessperson breaches those duties and shareholders are harmed as a result, investors have the […]

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How to Tell if a Hip Replacement is Defective

Hip replacement surgery is a procedure in which doctors replace the hip joint with a prosthetic or artificial implant. A procedure such as this is generally performed to alleviate the patient from arthritic pain or joint damage resulting from a fractured hip. Generally, hip replacements can last for over 15 years. Defective Hip Replacements Unfortunately, […]

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What to do About Wrongful Interference With A Business Relationship

What is Wrongful Interference?  Wrongful Interference is when someone intentionally tries to harm the business of someone else. Wrongful interference can come in the form of an undeserved negative review published online or meddling with a contractual agreement they have with a third party. While fair competition is legal, malicious interference is not. Other Examples […]

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Violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act

RICO Law The Racketeer Influence and Corrupt Organizations Act, or RICO law, refers to the prosecution and defense of those who engage in organized crime. In the early 70’s, Congress passed the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act in an effort to combat the Mafia. Since then, RICO law has been broadened and used to […]

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Major Complications Caused by the Wrong Dosage

In July of 2012, Andrea Benedi-Wells, a 32 year old wife and mother, was pronounced dead in her home. The medical examiner ruled the cause of death an incorrect prescription (dosage) of medication. According to a lawsuit filed, Mrs. Benedi-Wells’ physician prescribed fentanyl patch for her extreme back pain. The suit alleged Benedi-Wells was prescribed […]

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My Prescription is on a Recall List, What Should I do?

When your doctor prescribes you medication, you take it and expect to get better. However, no one ever expects to get worse from following the doctor’s orders or see their medication being recalled. A drug recall is when a over-the-counter or prescription medication is taken from the market because it has been discovered to be […]

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My Child was injured on a Theme Park Ride, What should I do?

Theme parks are great places to have fun and create exciting memories for the entire family. But what do you do if your child is injured on a ride? Amusement parks are held to high-standards by federal and state governments. They have a responsibility to provide safe rides to their customers. If someone is injured […]

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