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November 30, 2021

Ailing Woman Rescued at Sea

A dramatic medical evacuation off the North Carolina coast illustrates some common issues in cruise ship injury claims. When a woman aboard the Royal Caribbean vessel Anthem Of The Seas showed signs of severe internal bleeding, shipboard officials knew they needed help. So, they reached out to the Coast Guard. On a dark and stormy […]

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November 27, 2021

Dual Fatal Vehicle Collision in Upstate NY

Two people are dead after a passenger car coasted through a stop sign and into the path of an oncoming large truck.  The wreck happened where Munger Hill Road dead-ends into State Highway 3 in Mexico. When a Chevrolet Malibu failed to completely stop at the stop sign, an oncoming Ford Flatbed truck smacked into […]

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November 23, 2021

Fatal Fireball Wreck in Leonia

Investigators believe that two vehicles were racing when a driver lost control of his car and slid into a tree.  When officers arrived, a car was fully engulfed in flames and the driver was dead inside it. Pre-wreck video form near the scene shows this vehicle and another one driving close together at a very […]

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November 18, 2021

What on Earth is a SMIDSY Crash?

In some parts of the world, this motorcycle crash acronym stands for Sorry, Mate, I, Didn't See You. Another common acronym, TBFTL (Turned But Failed to Look) does not have the same ring. Furthermore, SMIDSY captures the cavalier mindset that many drivers have after they hit motorcycle riders. These tortfeasors (negligent drivers) are quick to […]

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November 15, 2021

The Color Guard: What Injured Pedestrians Need to Know Now

Growing up, most of us learned that we should always stop and look both ways before we cross the street, whether we have the green light or not. Animal costumes, dance moves, and smiling faces are optional. As a result, some people believe that if they do not adhere to this law of nature, if […]

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November 3, 2021

A Closer Look at Drowsy Truck Driver Crash Claims

For the umpteenth time since the coronavirus pandemic began, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration waived certain hours of service rules. These waivers allow drivers to stay behind the wheel, even when they are dangerously fatigued. This time, the waiver applies to livestock haulers. The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, a lobbying group, has pushed long […]

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