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Who really is responsible for car accidents? The driver, the owners of the vehicles, the manufacturers, the department of transportation, or others? One common catch-all thought is called the 94% solution. This thought states that 94% of all car accidents are due to driver error. Promoters of self-driving vehicles use this thought to justify switching…

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Ouch. Double ouch. Single fractures and compound fractures hurt. They hurt a lot! Broken bones are a common result of car accidents, slips and falls, workplace injuries, and other types of accidents. Victims often need emergency room care. Many victims may also need to treat with orthopedists, their general physician, physical therapists, and other health…

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A variety of changes to the ways drivers operate their vehicles are expected for 2021. Legislative changes are also expected. Some of the changes are related to the COVID-19 pandemic; some to trying to reduce speeding accidents and drunk-driving accidents. More changes will be due to a new Presidential administration in Washington including a new…

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In many Chicago-area motorcycle accidents, often the liable party is clear. In those cases, the major issue left to be resolved is the amount of damages the defendant will have to pay the plaintiff. However, sometimes liability is not determined so easily, or it is contested by one of the parties. This requires the victim…

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Certain burn injuries are severe enough to require extensive medical treatment, including skin grafting and surgeries. With these critical and sometimes catastrophic injuries, recovery is often slow, preventing victims from be able to work, at least in the immediate term. In some cases, victims are never able to return to work, or at least to…

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Hit-and-runs are one of the most devastating types of accidents. These crashes can leave victims with serious injuries and significant property damage, in addition to the unanswered question of who committed the act and fled from the scene. Because perpetrators of hit-and-runs leave the scene after creating chaos, victims sometimes fear they will be unable…

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