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March 2018 Archives

New York car accidents: 1 killed, 1 injured in wreck

Police in New York are looking for the driver responsible for causing a crash on the Bronx Highway that left one person dead and another injured. This incident occurred Saturday, March 17. Car accidents of this nature are never easy to understand. The family wanting answers is certainly reasonable.

Medical malpractice lawsuits arise from errors in diagnoses

When New York residents and others elsewhere around the country seek medical services, they trust that the training and expertise of the physicians will result in a proper diagnosis of the problem being experienced. Yet, studies show that misdiagnoses are common in the medical field. In fact, for the past five years, the significant number of medical malpractice claims were related to errors in diagnoses.

Increased construction accidents reveal serious safety concerns

In New York City, construction accidents are running at a high mark due to numerous factors. A drop in OSHA inspections, increased safety violations and the soaring volume of construction work in the city are all contributing factors, along with several others. Usually, construction accidents result in injury or death to construction workers, but that is not always the case. Sometimes, the victims are members of the public.

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