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Blog Posts in January, 2012

  • Federal Agency Fails to Make Trucking Rules Safer

    Posted By bierachin || 25-Jan-2012

    Fatigued driving is a serious problem. Being tired slows down a person's brain, just like being drunk. That's why the risk of a crash doubles after driving for eight consecutive hours. Yet the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) currently requires only that truck drivers stop driving after eleven hours of consecutive driving. (Trucking corporations don't like these limits because ...
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  • In personal injury law, a medical malpractice cap is a mandatory limit in medical malpractice cases on how much money a jury can allow a plaintiff (or in cases of wrongful death, his or her family). For example, if a doctor negligently removes a part of your digestive tract during surgery (it's happened before), so that you'll have to incur over a million dollars in medical treatment for the rest ...
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