When Is A Person Criminally Liable For A Car Accident?

The vast majority of all car accidents do not result in immediate prosecution or criminal charges. This can change over the course of an investigation. Were you responsible for causing a major car accident? There are a number of reasons you should worry about criminal liability — and remember, either way you could be sued for personal injury in civil court. Here’s what you need to know.…
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Are Truck Drivers Held Accountable For Multiple-Vehicle Pileups?

What would you do if your car brakes failed while going down a steep hill? Would you make all the right decisions? What if there was another vehicle blocking the shoulder? Would you panic? Could you even put yourself in that position without having been there yourself? Essentially, that was the question put forth to the jury that eventually found Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos guilty on 27…
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Is Car Insurance Mandatory In The State Of Virginia?

Many people believe that car insurance is mandated by federal law, but that is not the case. In fact, insurance law is primarily state-based, which means the laws in your state might vary greatly from the one directly next-door. Now, that does not mean you should drive without insurance. We always recommend our clients obtain as much protection as they can afford — because drivers can and will…
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How Often Do Anesthesiologists Get The Dosage Wrong?

A great number of malpractice lawsuits concern mistakes that were made by anesthesiologists during a surgery. Part of the problem is the difficulty in getting the formula right. Anesthetics can be designed to reduce signals from the brain to a particular part of the body, or completely knock you unconscious. But how often does something go wrong and what happens as a result? A study of anesthetic…
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