The loss of a loved one is something that is hard to deal with. When the cause of death is because of someone's negligence, the situation goes from bad to worse because you might wonder what you could have to done to prevent the accident from occurring. In most cases, there wasn't anything that you could do to stop it.
The survivors of a woman killed in an ambulance crash on Nov. 30 have filed a wrongful death lawsuit, naming both the ambulance company and the driver.
As someone currently going through a Tennessee divorce, you may be experiencing significant changes in your life, and these changes might include finding a new home or adjusting to a new custody arrangement, among others. Figuring out how to move forward with your life after divorce takes considerable time and attention. However, there are also important estate planning implications involved in splitting from your spouse, and taking care of such matters sooner rather than later may help you avoid unnecessary trouble down the line.
People get addicted to alcohol, they get behind the wheel, and they cause accidents. Others get addicted to painkillers, and they too cause car accidents. Addictive behavior is not just dangerous to the person who is engaging in it, at least not when they can't shake that behavior while they drive. It distracts them and makes them less safe, and that can put other people in the hospital.
Broken bones, spinal cord injuries, brain damage and other physical impacts can all result from a semitruck crash. On top of those, victims might have to deal with the emotional trauma that comes with these wrecks. If you were involved in a big rig accident, you might choose to explore your right to seek compensation.