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Concerns Over New Mexico’s Dangerous Garbage Trucks

In Santa Fe, garbage truck drivers are required to inspect their truck twice a day for common issues such as oil leaks, worn tires and malfunctioning brakes. This requirement, however, provides little assurance for New Mexico residents driving alongside vehicles that make up the garbage truck fleet. Recently, an inspection of the Santa Fe

Jury Awards $1.5 Million to Woman Injured in Grocery Cart Slip-and-Fall Accident

A woman injured by a motorized shopping cart recently won a slip and fall lawsuit against a Cleveland grocery store. The accident happened in 2012 when another customer in the premises lost control of a motorized cart which struck the plaintiff. The complaint alleged that the impact tossed the plaintiff a few feet off

New Mexico’s High Pedestrian Accident Rate

From 2003 through 2012, approximately 47,000 pedestrians were killed on streets, representing 12.3% of all traffic deaths in the U.S. The state of New Mexico contributes to that number, with a fatality rate of 1.01 for every 100,000 residents, said to be one of the highest pedestrian fatality rates in the U.S. Many of

Student Injured While Boarding School Bus Entitled to Bus Accident Insurance

The Delaware Supreme Court recently issued a decision allowing a student to recover personal injury protection (PIP) benefits for any harm sustained while crossing the street to board the bus. While the student may not have been injured on board the bus, specific circumstances led the court to conclude that it was a bus

Brain Injury from Amusement Ride Accident

Recent accidents at various amusement and water parks in the U.S. have drawn attention to the dangers of an industry that is largely unregulated. In Tennessee County, 3 children fell from a Ferris wheel, critically injuring one of them, a 6-year old who suffered a traumatic brain injury from the accident. In Kansas, a