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The logistics of a car accident-related wrongful death lawsuit

Car accidents are just a part of life, as said as that is. And in many cases, these car accidents bring about death. In 2014, nearly 3,200 people died as a result of car accidents. Another 431,000 people suffered injuries. Motor vehicle accidents are serious incidents that have to be adequately addressed not only from a safety perspective, but from a liability perspective too.

Self-driving cars could be more prominent very soon

The U.S. House of Representatives has taken a big step today by passing a massive measure that will greatly accelerate the availability of self-driving cars on U.S. roads. The bill allows automakers to receive exemptions that will allow them to release 25,000 self-driving cars in the first year the rule applies without meeting existing safety standards. That level will increase to 100,000 per year in the following years.

Wrongful death suit filed after 21-year-old's swimming pool death

Relatives of a 21-year-old man who drowned in a Los Angeles swimming pool have filed a wrongful death lawsuit. The incident happened in July 2015 on property owned by actress Demi Moore. The Hollywood starlet, however, was not at home when the accident occurred.

Woman worried about oak tree before it fell on her home

When a 35-year-old woman moved into a new house with her boyfriend and children, she saw a huge oak tree near the house with cables holding up a number of its branches. Apparently, branches had been falling off and the cables were there to keep people safe.

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