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Archives for April 2017

South Carolina’s Drivers Are Statistically Dangerous

South Carolina’s Drivers Are Statistically Dangerous

South Carolina doesn’t officially have the nation’s worst drivers — Louisiana and Texas tie for that honor. Instead, South Carolina drivers come in third. In fact, South Carolina drivers have ranked among the worst in the nation four out the...

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Party Planners Should Beware of Underage Guests and Alcohol

Party Planners Should Beware of Underage Guests and Alcohol

Spring break is a good time to get together with your friends, especially if you’ve all scattered to different colleges since high school. For a lot of people, that means having alcohol on hand to serve to guests — but...

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Patient Dies After Doctor Consults Youtube for Surgical Advice

Patient Dies After Doctor Consults Youtube for Surgical Advice

Just about everyone looks up how to do things on the internet these days — and YouTube can be a big help if you’re trying to figure out how to install a garbage disposal or get a pair of false...

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Common Injuries After Trucking Accidents

Common Injuries After Trucking Accidents

If you are one of the thousands of people injured in trucking accidents each year, you might be shaken and worried. Due to the sheer weight and force of commercial trucks, these accidents are likely to cause serious injuries and...

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Apology Laws May Alert Patients That Something Was Wrong

Apology Laws May Alert Patients That Something Was Wrong

A new study from Vanderbuilt University uncovers something interesting—although it might take a medical malpractice attorney to appreciate the real significance. Apology laws, which exist in more than 30 states, allow a physician to apologize to a patient or the...

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Driverless Trucks Are Already on the Horizon

Driverless Trucks Are Already on the Horizon

Is the United States ready for driverless big rig trucks? In case you’re wondering just how far off driverless trucks might be — they’re already here. The first self-driving truck hit the road on May 6, 2015, in Nevada, although...

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