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January 2011 Archives

Pennsylvania woman first hits truck, slides into second vehicle

There have been many examples in previous posts of different ways that motor vehicle accidents occur. Sometimes it is simply a negligent driver who isn't watching the road or is distracted by their cell phone. Other times an animal can jump out into the road. A driver who is under the influence of alcohol or drugs can also be the catalyst of a car accident.

Pennsylvania woman injured in crash, other driver flees scene

In some instances, injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident do not become obvious right away. Sometimes it takes a while for injuries to manifest; victims may not even realize that they were injured in the accident. It can also take some time to fully understand how an injury will affect someone.

Pennsylvania Doctor and Staff Fail to Follow Federal Guidelines

In some situations, patients are not provided the quality of care that is required and expected from hospitals or clinics. In cases where a doctor or nurse is negligent, the consequences can be serious.

Was a Fatal Pennsylvania Crash Caused by a Camera Phone?

Getting into a car accident is a frightening experience. Not only are there physical ramifications, such as broken bones, but there are also legal issues that can surface such as filing for claims to help pay for damaged property or medical bills.

Fatal Accident Caused by Pennsylvania Woman Under the Influence

Car accidents can occur for a number of reasons. Sometimes a car accident is caused by a driver who is under the influence of drugs or alcohol. In any accident, people involved can suffer severe injuries.

Fatal Explosion in Pennsylvania Leads to OSHA Investigation

Depending on the job, workplace injuries can be severe and sometimes even fatal. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulates employers to ensure that work environments are safe and up to health standards. Failure to comply with OSHA regulations can result in violations and citations.

Concerns Raised Over the Validity of Spine Fusion Surgery

In Pennsylvania, if a doctor or other medical care professional is negligent in the care that is given, they may be liable for medical malpractice. In some situations, a misdiagnosis or mistake in the operating room can be costly for the patient, both physically and financially.

Car Accident in Pennsylvania Becomes Fatal Over a Year Later

The consequences of a serious car accident are not always immediately realized. Sometimes there are immediate injuries that were caused by the crash and other times injuries surface months down the road.

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