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How to Prove That The At-Fault Driver Was Speeding

One-third fatal accidents are because of excessive speeding as per data accumulated by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Excessive speeding is something that may be indulged by motorists of all ages, but it is usually the young people that are more at risk...

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What is the Statute of Limitations in Medical Malpractice?

The statute of limitations is the part of the law that sets the maximum time in which a person or an entity can initiate legal proceedings from the date of the alleged offense. These times differ between states and between the different areas of law. This period usually depends on the nature of the offense, thus in the context of medical malpractice, the statute of limitations refers to how long you have from sustaining your injury (due to malpractice) to filing a medical malpractice lawsuit.

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Did Astronaut Neil Armstrong Die a Wrongful Death?

While a nation mourned the loss of a national hero in 2012, Neil Armstrong’s family were querying incompetent post-surgical care at Mercy Health – Fairfield Hospital in Cincinnati that they believe lead to his untimely and wrongful death.

Even though Mercy Health – Fairfield Hospital defended their care, they paid the Armstrong family $6 million to privately settle the matter to avoid bad publicity via a medical malpractice lawsuit– a controversial yet common practice.

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