Monthly Archives: November 2014

Turning Over Every Stone: Employer Liability for Collisions

When a person suffers serious, disabling injuries in an accident, it is imperative to know what the person at fault (the “tortfeasor”) was doing at the time of the accident. Typically, individual tortfeasors have limited insurance to fully compensate the more seriously injured victims for their medical bills, loss of earnings, and pain and suffering. […]

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Sobering Statistics on Motorcycle Collisions

The most recent compilation of nationwide motorcycle collision statistics amassed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) paints an unflattering picture about motorcycle safety for the year 2012: Over 8.4 million motorcycles were registered nationwide, making up just three percent of all registered motor vehicles in the United States; 4,957 motorcyclists were killed in […]

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