Some people might believe that bus accidents are singular in the sense that the ability of injured victims to file recovery lawsuits is circumscribed simply because a bus was involved.
Our blog post today continues with a theme we initially addressed in an entry from last week, namely, commuter train safety in Southern California.
For obvious reasons, the adverse repercussions stemming from a train-related crash can be outsized.
The so-called "social contract" that is a bedrock principle underlying American life hinges much on the idea that reciprocal duties and corresponding behaviors between citizens and government entities promote necessary predictability and safety.
For obvious reasons, every type of vehicle accident has the potential to be serious.
How serious of an issue is medical malpractice in the United States?
It is certainly food for thought to see the word "only" in a sentence that refers to the 2,739 traffic deaths that reportedly occurred on California roadways in 2010.