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Follow the four Ds after a car accident

A vehicle accident can be shocking and enough to send most people into fight or flight reflex. In a heightened state, it can be difficult to concentrate or know what to do next. One way to ensure you don't miss anything is to follow the four Ds if you are in a car accident: Determine, document, do research and decide.

Who can be held liable for a commercial vehicle accident?

When someone is injured in a commercial vehicle accident that wasn't his or her fault, it is quite common for the victim to seek compensation. It can also be common to only think of the driver of the commercial vehicle as liable for the accident.

General Mills not shielded from ignition swtich claims

A United States appeals court has ruled that General Motors is not protected from lawsuits that arose from a deadly ignition switch defect. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said that keeping plaintiffs from suing the automakers over their lost vehicle values and accidents due to the ignition switch would violate their right to due process. This is because the plaintiffs were not told about the vehicle defect before GM filed for bankruptcy.

Does night-shift work increase drowsy driving?

The results from a recently released study found that there is a correlation between night-shift work and drowsy driving. The study was down by researchers with Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. Sixteen night-shift workers were required to complete certain driving tasks on a closed track.

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