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What Is Reasonable Driving In The Fog?

If you are pursuing damages for a car accident that occurred in foggy conditions, one of the things the court will analyze when determining liability is whether the person you are accusing was driving reasonably. Here are some of the questions that can be used to determine reasonable driving: How Fast Were They Going? Due to reduced visibility and road slipperiness, driving in a fog is more dangerous than driving when the air is clear.   Read More...

3 Tips To Help Keep Your Teens Safe While Driving

With school back in session, teenagers are going to be behind the wheel more frequently due to an increase in extracurricular activities. This also means that there is an increase in risk of automobile collisions involving teenagers. One of the primary reasons that teens are more at risk of being involving in an accident is due to their lack of driving experience. In order to keep your teenager safe this year, you need to offer them some guidance.   Read More...

Four Things To Think About When Deciding Whether Or Not To Sue After A Car Accident

If you have been involved in a car accident in which another party was responsible, then you may consider suing the person, especially if there was a significant amount of damage that you will have to pay out of pocket for. However, before suing, there are some things you want to think about so that you aren't going into a lengthy court process for no reason. Here are four things to consider:   Read More...

Is A Nursing Home Medication Error Considered Abuse?

When it comes to nursing home abuse, most people think of physical injuries and emotional abuse. However, there is another form that could have a devastating impact on an older person's health. Medication errors, such as prescribing the wrong medication or dosage, is a form of abuse that should not be ignored. If your senior parent was the victim of a medication error while living in a nursing home, here is what you need to know:   Read More...

Understanding Service Connection In VA Disability Claims

If you're a veteran and dealing with conditions caused by military service, the solution isn't always simple. Although some veterans are able to get their claims approved within a year without much disagreement, some conditions and situations aren't so obviously connected to military service. If you have a condition and have medical proof that it exists, consider these service-connection details to help you understand what your Veterans Affairs (VA) regional office needs, along with what to do if you're sure they're in the wrong:   Read More...