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Car Accident Assistance in Unconventional Places

December 2, 2013

In a report issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were more than 5.3 million police-reported automobile accidents in 2011. This number increased to just over 5.6 million in 2012. This doesn’t include the number of collisions in which drivers do not involve the police. Crashes resulting in injuries rose from 1.53 million […]

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Patient Rights When a Doctor is Wrong

September 30, 2013

Doctors are the magicians we turn to when sniffles become more than a cold, or pain becomes more than we can bear. It’s an impressive title, meant to instill trust and assure us we are in the right hands. But what happens if that trust is broken? When a case of strep lasts too long, […]

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Negligent Care of Children

September 8, 2013

Placing your child into daycare and trusting the people there to care for them can be one of the most difficult decisions a parent will make. It is often common to see a child start daycare by the age of 6 weeks. Finding a daycare you can trust can take weeks or months. It is […]

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Juvenile vs. Adult Crime Rates- A Closer Look

July 7, 2013

According to the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), violent juvenile crimes have dropped 55 percent from their peak in the mid ’90s. However, the arrest rate for violent crimes is still hovering around 255 for every 100,000 citizens between the ages of 10 and 17. Meanwhile, the overall national violent crime rate […]

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Healthcare Shortcomings in the USA

July 2, 2013

It is a common belief that because the United States spends by far the most per capita on health services that it must also be providing the highest quality of care. However, in looking at comparative health data this appears to only be sporadically true. The United States has an infant mortality rate of 6.7 […]

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Car Accident Information

July 2, 2013

Car Accidents Practice Area We, iAccident Lawyers, are here to help you after a car accident. We will get you an experienced car accident attorney to help you with the financial, mental and physical burdens that follow an accident. We will not charge you until you get paid and settle with the insurance companies. You […]

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Your Legal Rights When Pulled Over

May 22, 2013

Looking in your rear-view mirror and seeing the flashing red lights of a police car signaling you to pull over often causes immediate stress.  It may be even more worrisome if you are pulled over due to suspicion of drunk driving.  A MI drunk driving conviction can have serious, lifelong consequences.  In Michigan, as in […]

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The Injuries You’re Most at Risk For at Work

February 14, 2013

Let’s be honest, some jobs are dangerous and require tasks that aren’t always the safest. Most companies do a substantial job of protecting workers and enforcing security measures, but accidents just happen unexpectedly. An employee or employer could be at fault for the accident, but most circumstances are random and it’s hard to determine fault. […]

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Will 2013 be A Bad Time to Claim Injury Compensation?

November 8, 2012

The introduction in 1995 of Conditional (No Win No Fee) agreements in personal injury cases transferred the burden of funding litigation from the state back to the claimant. Claimants were required to pay up to 25 per cent of their compensation to an accident claims solicitor which left injured people undercompensated, and in serious cases […]

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Accidents and Uninsured Drivers in the UK

September 11, 2012
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Drivers in the UK are required, by law, to be covered by Car Insurance, yet it is believed that up to 6% of all drivers, actually on the roads in the UK, don’t have insurance. First off this is pretty ridiculous, and it’s surprising how these individuals feel like they can get away with it. […]

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