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Bicycle Accidents: Who Is At Fault?

In many cases, bicycle accident is caused due to self-inflicted fall. Bicycle accidents happen a lot but bicycle accident suits are not common. If someone else is involved like a motorist, then a bicyclist may not be the one at fault and the bicycle accident claim is necessary. Minor injuries in the bicycle accidents are caused usually due to the individual’s mistake. However, the bicycle accident which involves the automobile will probably result in serious injuries and the accountability falls on a negligent party which could result in the bicycle accident case. It is compulsory for the drivers to take… Read More

Car Accident Injuries

Car accident causes deaths and several serious injuries. People suffer impact injuries in a car crash from banging into the part of the vehicle upon hitting with the object or other vehicle or being colliding by the unsecured cargo that goes in the air in the crash. Tear and cuts injury from torn metal and broken glass are also common injuries in car crashes. In the rollover accidents, the occupant of the car can be ejected from the motor vehicle or injured from all sides or tossed around. Car Evaluations According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the rating of… Read More

18 Wheeler Truck Accidents: Common Causes

18-wheelers are considered as a vital component of the U.S economy. Each year, these commercial trucks carry billion of tons of cargo across the nation. Unfortunately, these large trucks on a road can cause serious risks to the safety of other vehicle motorists especially the passengers of the small vehicles and to health as well. In fact, each year, these truck accidents result in as many as 4,000 to 5,000 fatalities in the United States, which include approx. 13,000 individuals who suffer injuries in these truck accidents. Any vehicle motorist who senses driving behavior which is unsafe or unusual from… Read More

What Types Of Birth-Related Medical Malpractice Can Happen?

Birth-related medical malpractice is medical errors caused by negligence that is done during all aspects of a woman’s birth. These errors can be done by the physician, other medical professionals, and even the hospital. When either of these entities does not use reasonable care when treating or caring for a pregnant mother, birth-related injuries can occur. The birth-related medical malpractices that can occur are the following: Birth injuries: When the infant or mother endure injuries during the pregnancy or delivery. Wrongful pregnancy: This refers to a pregnancy still continuing despite the parent’s efforts to avoid becoming pregnant or ending the… Read More

22 Rikers Island Prisoners Sickened By Rat Poison in Meatloaf, Lawyer Says

Courtesy of: Twenty-two Rikers Island inmates in New York City say they ate meatloaf tainted with rat poison, according to their lawyer, who has filed suit against the city, the Department of Corrections and several others. Several inmates at the Ann M. Kross Center, a housing facility on Rikers Island, were on lockdown on March 3 when they were served meatloaf that they said had a blue-green substance in it, according to the complaint filed by attorney Joann Squillace told ABC News on the inmates’ behalf. Soon, they said they began to feel sick, having headaches like nausea, headaches, bloody diarrhea… Read More

French customs officers carry out record cocaine seizure in Caribbean

Courtesy of: French customs officers say they have seized more than 2 tons of cocaine aboard a sailboat that was falsely flying an American flag in the Caribbean. The drugs, whose value is estimated at more than $105 million, are the biggest cocaine seizure ever carried out by French authorities, said Michael Lachaux, director of customs operations in Martinique. Officers arrested one Venezuelan and two Spanish citizens who were on board the vessel off the coast of Martinique on Wednesday, Lachaux said in an interview with the radio station France Info on Saturday. Martinique is an overseas department of France.… Read More

Smuggling in undies prompts change at Franklin County jail

Courtesy of: Inmates soon can buy their tighty whities at the Franklin County jail commissary. Actually, that will be the only place they can get them. Either that, or go commando. Jail officials are tired of finding contraband in the bundles of underwear and socks that relatives, friends and co-conspirators deliver to the inmates. The county commissioners approved a $94,525, one-year contract with the Acme Supply Co. of Glen Cove, N.Y., yesterday to provide 34,000 T-shirts, 1,500 bras (wireless only), 700 sports bras, 20,000 total men’s boxers and briefs, 6,000 women’s briefs and 46,500 pairs of socks (crew and quarter… Read More

Gov. Nathan Deal to sign medical marijuana bill

Courtesy of: ATLANTA — With a stroke of a pen, Governor Nathan Deal will make medical marijuana legal in Georgia. Deal is set to sign the bill into law at 11 a.m. that will make the use of cannabis oil legal for eight medical conditions. State health officials say doctors will have to sign off and submit required forms. The two year battle among lawmakers, medical marijuana supporters and health officials ended with the passage of Haleigh’s Hope Act. Approved Georgia patients will be allowed to possess 20 ounces of the low THC oil at any given time.  THC is… Read More

Drunk man finds shelter in Dandenong Magistrates’ Court

Courtesy of: A drunk man looking for a warm spot to take a nap on Thursday decided his best bet was the Dandenong Magistrates’ Court. Dandenong CIU detective Senior Constable Tony Lavars said a man allegedly smashed a window and crept into the courthouse about 3am on April 2, setting the alarms off in the process. Police arrived shortly afterwards and found the man asleep in one of the meeting rooms. A 43-year-old Dandenong man was arrested for being drunk. “We don’t believe his intent was to burgle the premises,” Sen-Constable Lavars said. “I believe he was heavily alcohol-affected and possibly… Read More

Court: NYC woman can serve husband with divorce papers via Facebook message

Courtesy of: NEW YORK –  A judge has given a New York City woman permission to file for divorce from her elusive husband via a Facebook message. The woman’s lawyer says the ruling was made by Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Matthew Cooper. The Daily News says Victor Sena Blood-Dzraku will be served with the divorce summons via a private Facebook message. It will be repeated once a week for three consecutive weeks or until “acknowledged” by Ellanora Baidoo’s hard-to-find husband. Attorney Andrew Spinnell says the couple married in 2009 in a civil ceremony. He says the relationship began to unravel… Read More