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Negligent driver causes car accident and injury


Involvement in a car accident can be rather traumatizing. No matter if the accident is very serious or minor in nature, the aftermath of the accident will most likely have a psychological effect on the persons involved in the accident. Less severe car crashes where people in the crash are not seriously injured or dead as a result of the crash tend to be more annoying than anything else. That is not to say that these crashes do not carry with them a level of panic and fear. However, dealing with the accident afterwards is more of a logistical nuisance.

Pennsylvania car accident leaves one dead and injures others


Being involved in a Pennsylvania car crash is a scary, unsettling experience. The thing with car accidents is that there is no warning and no time to prepare or brace yourself when an accident occurs. The accident itself tends to happen very fast, and those involved in the accident often suffer injuries that can range from mild, non-life threatening injuries to serious bodily injury and even death. Dealing with the accident and the aftermath can be both difficult and confusing.

Chain reaction crash in Pennsylvania causes injuries


In the aftermath of any car crash, the people involved may have a number of unanswered questions. Often, answers to these questions are not readily available and may never be answered, which makes being in a car accident even harder to endure. This is true of all serious vehicular accidents but even more so in the case of drunk driving accidents.

Pennsylvania jury gives $4M award in medical malpractice case


Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional makes a mistake in the care of a patient which causes further injuries to the patient. A claim for medical malpractice is based on the theory of negligence, which requires that the person bringing the claim prove that the elements of negligence exist. The claim must show that there was a duty owed to the victim by the medical professional and that the duty was breached. It must also be shown that the victim suffered some injury as a result of this breach of duty and the breach was the proximate cause of the victim's injury.

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