January 2018 Archives

Possible defendants in a truck accident

If you or a family member were hurt in a truck accident due to the truck driver's unlawful or negligent driving, it might be possible to pursue a financial claim for damages. Before pursuing such a claim, however, it's vital to determine who the potential defendants will be -- in other words, who is liable to pay you compensation for your injuries?

Ford customers forced to wait for their Takata airbag repairs

Think about this for a second: Your auto manufacturer notifies you that a serious defect in your vehicle could kill you at any moment. In fact, driving your vehicle is akin to Russian Roulette. Every time you get behind the wheel, you run the risk of death. Next, the manufacturer says that they will fix your car for free -- you'll just have to wait a few weeks for the repair, and in the meantime, they won't give you a loaner vehicle. You're forced to drive your potentially deadly automobile until the dealer can fix it.

8 injured, 1 dead in head-on drunk driving collision

Police have arrested and accused a 24-year-old man of driving under the influence after a fatal car accident in Shelby County. According to authorities, the young man was driving a pickup truck when crashed head-on into a sport utility vehicle with eight people riding inside it.

How do I prove that medical negligence has occurred?

By filing a medical malpractice claim, victims of medical negligence can pursue compensation for the financial damages and other injuries the malpractice has caused them. In order to prevail in a malpractice case, victims need to prove that medical negligence has occurred.