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Drunk drivers are a danger to everyone on the road, including themselves. For that reason, many states pass what are known as “dram shop” laws, or “social host” liability laws. In essence, dram shop and social host liability statutes say that if an establishment (like a bar or restaurant) or a person (like a party…

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Jessica Mounce, a schoolteacher from Arkansas, was rear-ended in traffic in November 2013, a crash that pushed her car across an entire highway. Mounce, a Blue Cross Blue Shield Carolinas member, sought medical attention at in-network provider Carolinas Healthcare Systems. Not long after, she received a bill for the full amount of her care; CHS…

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Most people rejoice when they see gas prices as low as they have been lately, but that may be because they do not realize that there is actually a significant down side to lower gas prices. According to a sociologist at South Dakota University, Guangqing Chi, the downside of lower gas prices is an increase…

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Vehicle rollovers are among the worst things that can happen during an accident. While everyone is aware that SUVs and vans are more prone to rollovers, even passenger sedans are not immune. Under the “right” circumstances, any car faces a rollover threat. In taller vehicles like SUVS and vans, avoidance steering can cause a rollover…

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Car accidents wreak havoc on the human body. Even low-speed collisions can have serious and debilitating consequences. Sudden deceleration can cause whiplash and herniated discs, rapidly deploying airbags can cause serious frictions burns, and even seatbelts can leave welts and bruises. What makes car accidents so dangerous? The human body was not designed to move…

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Despite extensive public education and strict impaired driving laws, drunk driving collisions continue to cause an estimated 10,000 deaths each year in the United States. An experienced car accident lawyer knows technology could provide an answer to significantly reducing the risk of impaired driving accidents. NHTSA Describes Promising New Anti-Drunk Driving Technologies The Secretary of…

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