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Over 30 Personal Injury Lawsuits for Metro-North Train Accident

Two Years After Massive Metro-North Train Accident, Personal Injury Plaintiffs Still Filing Lawsuits Although it has been two years since the infamous Metro-North train accident and derailment injured 70 passengers, plaintiffs are still filing personal injury lawsuits against the railroad company for long-lasting injuries and disabilities. As … [Read more...]

Wisconsin Mom Charged with Homicide After Distracted Driving Deaths

Wisconsin Mom Faces Three Homicide Charges After Distracted Driving Deaths A mom from Wisconsin has officially been charged with three counts of homicide after a 2013 car accident, after she caused distracted driving deaths, which killed her 11 year old daughter and two 5 year old nieces. She and her son survived the accident. Kari J. Milberg, … [Read more...]

Elderly Driver Will Not Be Cited for Hitting 9 Cars in Multi-Car Accident

92-Year-Old Causes Multi-Car Accident in Parking Lot But Won’t Be Charged Surveillance video captured a huge multi-car accident in the parking lot of a Piggly Wiggly grocery store in Mayville, Wisconsin. In less than 1 minute, the elderly driver of a gray minivan, who is backing out of a parking space, slams into a white car, which rolls into … [Read more...]

Five Georgia Nursing Students Die in Tractor Trailer Accident

Tractor Trailer Accident Leads to Deaths of Five Nursing Students In the early morning hours of Wednesday, April 22nd, traffic in Georgia was start-and-stop as usual during the morning rush. Unfortunately, a tractor trailer failed to slow down during a stop in the highway traffic and caused a serious, multi-car pile-up that killed five nursing … [Read more...]

Strom Law SC Car Accident Attorney Report: Unsafe Drivers

SC Car Accident Attorney: Wrecks  Caused by Drivers Who Admit Unsafe Habits Every 13 minutes, a car accident or crash kills someone in the United States. Fatalities range across anyone who uses roads, including drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists. Statistically, young people are most likely to suffer from car accident injuries and deaths.  What the … [Read more...]

Amtrak Sues Trucking Company for Serious Train Accident in NC

Trucking Company Faces Lawsuit from Amtrak and Railroad Company Regarding Serious Train Accident Amtrak and CSX filed a lawsuit against trucking company Guy M. Turner, Inc, of Raleigh, for causing a serious train accident in March this year that injured 55 people on an Amtrak passenger train. The lawsuit was filed in Halifax, NC on Friday, May … [Read more...]

Medical Treatment After A SC Car Accident

Securing Medical Treatment After an SC Car Accident:  Victims Could Wait Too Long After 9-11 Calls Our Columbia, SC Car Accident attorneys have recommended it before: if you are hurt in a South Carolina car accident, the first step is to call 9-11 and report the accident, regardless of who is at fault or if anyone has been injured. While you may … [Read more...]

South Carolina TBI Attorneys: Diagnosing a Concussion or Traumatic Brain Injury

Computer Uses Eye Movements to Diagnose Concussions or Traumatic Brain Injury A new eye-tracking technology, which acts similarly to a doctor moving their finger in front of a patient’s eyes, can help diagnose concussions or traumatic brain injury after an accident or head impact. If you suffered a concussion or traumatic brain injury from an … [Read more...]

Burn Awareness Week Helps Parents Prevent Burn Injuries

Burn Awareness Week Highlights Potential Personal Burn Injuries and Prevention Scalding and burn injuries affect all ages, but young children and the elderly are the most vulnerable. This year, the week of February 1st through 7th is Burn Awareness Week, according to the American Burn Association, and will highlight prevention and treatment for … [Read more...]

Congress Suspends “Rest Rule” Which Could Lead to Trucking Accidents

Congress Relaxes Rest Requirements for Truckers, Which Could Cause More Trucking Accidents Due to Exhaustion Despite evidence that exhausted truck drivers are more at risk of causing trucking accidents, at the end of last year, Congress rolled back a “rest rule” created in 2013 that required a certain amount of rest for truck drivers. The Federal … [Read more...]

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