When a loved one dies unexpectedly, it is often devastating for those left behind. The situation is made even worse if the death was caused by negligence or an accident. The good news is, that the Florida Wrongful Death Act, which is a state law, ensures that the surviving family members who qualify have a way to obtain compensation for the loss they have suffered.
United States were treated in emergency rooms for amusement ride-related injuries from 1990 to 2010 – an average of 4,423 injuries a year. Over 70% of those injuries occurred in the summer months – May through September – for an average of 20 injuries every day.
On August 21st, a total solar eclipse will occur in the United States, its path of totality crossing 14 states and more than 20 major interstate highways. Even those not in the path will be able to view a partial eclipse in most of the country. This is why the Federal Highway Administration is worried about distracted driving and how it will manifest itself during the eclipse.
According to the National Safety Council’s preliminary 2016 data, there were as many as 40,000 car crash-related deaths in the United States last year – this is an increase of 6% from 2015.
If you have been injured in a car accident caused by another person’s negligence, it is your legal right to pursue “damages”. What are damages? Well, they are essentially monetary compensation for real physical, emotional, or financial losses that you experienced in the accident.
Commercial trucks and other long vehicles need a lot of room to execute a turn safely. And, this is why they pose a danger on highways and interstates when they are traveling at high speeds, and why they are far more likely to cause a wide turn truck accident.
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