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Car vs Truck Accidents

In comparison with car accidents, truck accidents are more likely to lead to expensive lawsuits and major injuries. Also, negotiating with multiple insurance companies to reach a settlement offer after a trucking accident can be a complex and lengthy procedure. Understanding trucking federal regulations, safety, and repair costs can give you a better idea of what to expect in the event of a truck accident......
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Common Injuries In Truck Accidents

Trucking is one of the most important components of the transportation industry despite having newer and faster transport solutions. However, as they are one of the largest vehicles on the road amongst many smaller vehicles, it’s no surprise that many truck accidents happen every single day. In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) latest traffic fatalities estimates report, 5,601 fatal crashes......
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Who Is Liable In A Rideshare Accident in California?

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Uber and Lyft are now widespread In California and in most cities in the U.S., and Uber’s imprint is international. Uber and Lyft are comparable to numerous taxi services in that they do not own, control, or operate the cars and do not hire the drivers. Instead, the drivers deal with companies to pick up passengers. Unlike taxis, passengers cannot hail an Uber or Lyft...
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Explained: Types of Heavy-duty Trucks and Semis

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Sharing the road with big rigs, custom haulers, tow trucks, semi-trucks, and other powerful vehicles can feel intimidating. In 2016, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found that 10,000 deaths occurred from truck accidents, 772 of which came from large and heavy-duty trucks. Everyone on the road, not just drivers, should understand the dangers of large trucks. With adequate knowledge, you can drive defensively and...
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Common Types Of Car Accidents in California

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Car accidents can be caused by a variety of factors, including vehicular and road surface flaws, driver error, negligence, and/or recklessness. Most Common Types Of Car Accidents in CAlifornia and the US Despite the fact that each collision is unique, there are patterns in how they occur. Being conscious of the most common causes around our area could prevent an accident. 1. Rear-End Collisions The...
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Can Unpaid Interns and Volunteers Sue Employers for Wrongful Termination?

The Art Institute of Chicago, home to a world famous collection including Vincent Van Gogh’s The Bedroom, Grant Wood’s American Gothic, Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks, and Georges Seurat’s A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, fired all of its trained volunteers and guides last month, who were mostly older white women. Until their firing, the Art Institute had more than 100 docents, 82 of whom were active....
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Fact or Fiction: Biological Male Serial Pedophiles Can Be Housed in Women’s Prisons

This is a FACT! In the Canadian prison system, serial pedophiles and sex offenders can be moved to women’s prisons merely by self-identifying as women. Although “women are around five times more likely than men to be the victim of a sexual crime, and men are one hundred times more likely to be the perpetrator of one,” the Canadian prison service allows whoever identifies as...
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What Exactly Was R. Kelly Found Guilty Of?

After just 9 hours of deliberation, a federal jury found Kelly guilty on nine counts including racketeering, sexual exploitation of a child, kidnapping, bribery, sex trafficking, and a violation of the Mann Act. But what are these charges exactly? Racketeering. There are more than twenty crimes which can support a racketeering charge, including bribery, kidnapping and murder, and most of those crimes are felonies by...
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Fact or Fiction: Insurance Policy Suicide Clause Leads Lawyer to Hire His Own Murderer

This is a fact! Life insurance policies will typically include something known as a suicide provision, or suicide clause. This provision generally prohibits the payout of insurance benefits if the policyholder commits suicide. The provision is typically valid for two years, meaning that if the policyholder dies by suicide within the first two years of the policy, then the insurance will not pay out the...
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