It is easy for people to focus on recovering from physical injuries after an accident. After all, there can be a recognized diagnosis for broken bones, damaged ligaments or tendons. But dealing with the emotional trauma from an accident may not be so easy to detect or treat.
When you're bitten by an animal, there are many laws in place that determine who is liable for your injuries. In most cases, it's the owner of the animal who can be held liable for any injuries you suffer. Your priority should be to get medical attention, but your attorney can begin a claim immediately following an attack.
When you look at car accident stats as they're usually reported, on a yearly basis, the numbers can be rather overwhelming. The National Safety Council has estimated that there are 10 million car accidents every single year, for instance. On an annual basis, around 37,000 people are killed in these crashes.
The newest Cadillac commercials being shown during the NCAA Tournament are a snapshot into the latest offerings from America's luxury automaker. There are flashes of extended touch screens where nearly all the car's functions can be controlled with one touch, and there is even a glimpse of a driver taking their hands off the wheel while the car drives itself.
It was a shock when the vehicle next to you struck you, and it was made worse when the vehicle rolled over yours. Your roof collapsed, but you fortunately made it out of the vehicle with only some injuries. Rollover accidents are incredibly dangerous, and they're more likely for those driving SUVs or trucks.
Falls are a serious risk for the elderly. They can lead to physical issues like concussions and broken bones and to emotional issues like depression and isolation. They can even prove fatal for those who are already in a rather fragile state. So, how often do they happen?
Bicycling is great for your health, and it's a good way to get from place to place. New laws may change the way you ride, though. According to a Feb. 21 news report, new bicycle-related bills were introduced by Californian legislators shortly before the deadline.
A bus accident left one person dead and injured 27 more in California.
Multiple states across the country are thinking about possibly requiring that students and driver's license applicants be taught what to do in the event of a traffic stop or in any encounter with the police.
Each year, there are more than 8,000 complaints lodged against physicians for misconduct at the Medical Board of California. With the number growing annually, patients are complaining that they are unable to figure out easily if their doctor has been disciplined for serious infractions.