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Year: 2015

The most sought after Christmas gift this past year was indeed the next technological advance in transportation—hoverboards. While promoted for the younger crowd, this invention is attracting all age-levels of individuals interested in getting their hands on the next big thing. However, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) revealed this…

The transportation risks associated with wheelchair transportation vehicles or vans are an unfortunate reality that needs to be addressed so that you or a loved one knows their rights in case of an accident. Naturally, the Americans with Disabilities Act has increased the social and economic opportunities available to wheelchair…

While lane splitting is widely accepted technique around the world, in the United States it is illegal (with the exception of California). The National Agenda for Motorcycle Safety states that although lane splitting is allowed mainly in California, it seems to be worthy of further study because it offers a…

While car accidents may often simply be accidents, individuals can also often cause an accident by failing to act reasonably. When an individual fails to act reasonably and breaches a duty of care to others, he or she is acting negligently. Accidents caused by negligence can result in serious physical…

Each year, some 36 million children across the United States participate in youth sports.[1] Sports are a great way for children to have fun and exercise. Although organized sports are generally very safe, parents and children should both be aware of injury risks associated with sports. Despite the relative safety of…

Some injuries are more severe than others. Victims of relatively minor accidents often only suffer minor injuries like scratches or bruises. In more substantial accidents, victims can suffer from more severe injuries. These injuries can often lead to disabilities that keep the victim from working, sometimes permanently. The body part…

Earlier this month, the Department of Justice (DOJ) released its annual update of the Fiscal Year (FY) numbers regarding the False Claims Act filings and it showed that recoveries during this past year, ending in September 30, 2015, exhibited an excess of $3.5 billion from settlements and judgments in civil…