Who is at Fault for a Sideswipe Car Accident?
Sideswipe car accidents typically occur when one driver changes lanes and/or moves in the other vehicle’s direction. So, for individuals involved in Mississippi car accidents, the driver who changes lanes and moves in the other vehicle’s direction is at fault and is liable for resultant losses. The same is true for Tennessee car accidents.read more…
Misdiagnosis, Missed Diagnosis
and Your Medical Malpractice Claim
Whether there has been a misdiagnosis or a missed diagnosis of a serious medical condition is critical when evaluating a medical malpractice claim.
About five percent (5%) of a patient’s medical treatment are considered misdiagnoses or missed diagnoses. While the percentage may look small, the impact on the patient’s healthcare is huge. But identifying the difference between misdiagnosis and missed diagnosis is important. Why? Because it can guide a patient in deciding whether he or she has a viable medical malpractice claim against a medical provider.
Tennessee Truck Accident Statistics show that there is an increase in fatalities in crashes involving large trucks and buses. The reported fatalities for large trucks include semi trucks, 18 wheelers, tractor trailers and for transport buses.
Tennessee Truck Accident Statistics show Fatal Crashes for Large Trucks
According to the most recent report and findings by Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), 130 fatal crashes involving large trucks occurred in Tennessee in 2017. Majority of the trucking companies involved in fatal crashes are out of state. In 2016, there were 114 fatal crashes involving large trucks. read more…