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3 pieces of evidence for medical malpractice

Medical malpractice is a serious epidemic in the United States. Offenses can range from failing to disclose important medical information to actively injuring patients while providing care. Though cases may differ in severity, any kind of malpractice is likely to have lasting effects on its victim. If you suspect that you are one of these victims, you might be wondering how to prove your claim.

How certain factors contribute to car accidents

You may think you are one of the safest drivers in the New York area. You may even have a pristine driving record as evidence. But every second you spend on the roads and behind the wheel is one that puts you at risk of suffering an injury in a car accident. You do not need to cause an accident to be in one. All it takes is one distracted or negligent driver, malfunctioning vehicle, or drowsy trucker to compromise your health and life. 

4 common driver distractions that cause accidents

Distracted drivers put everyone around them at risk of getting into a serious accident and sustaining severe injuries. In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, distracted drivers caused 3,477 traffic fatalities in 2015. When negligent drivers take their attention off the task of driving, the consequences are disastrous. 

Common factors in winter car accidents

Driving in the winter in New York is not for the faint of heart, with the influx of traffic and variable weather conditions making already tough commutes and traffic patterns even more troublesome for motorists. Many wintertime traffic accidents arise because of similar circumstances, and identifying the common causes of winter driving accidents may help you avoid becoming a statistic.

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