Seatbelts: a Life Saver or a Taker?

Written by Paul Hood


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After all, to wear seatbelts or not is still left for you to decide on. But, you must remember that there are consequences to those people who donít want to wear them. Always keep in mind that a driver who wears a seat belt is held in place and can continue to control their vehicle afterrepparttar initial impact. A belted passenger, onrepparttar 119219 other hand, will not be thrown intorepparttar 119220 path of otherwise uninvolved cars. With this,repparttar 119221 chances of injury are relatively small when youíre using a seatbelt. That, combined withrepparttar 119222 privilege to operate a motor vehicle on a public road, makes it understandable forrepparttar 119223 government to requirerepparttar 119224 use of safe and legally sound seatbelts.

Indeed, a seatbelt is such a small thing. And, itís quite overwhelming because ofrepparttar 119225 fact that it can definitely save your life in an accident. However, almost everyone agrees that seatbelts can save lives but still many people don't bother to use them, especially those inrepparttar 119226 back seat.



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Personal Injuries Resulting in Wrongful Death Cases

Written by Paul Hood


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When a defendant is found legally liable forrepparttar death of another,repparttar 119218 types of damages that may be recovered can also vary greatly. For example,repparttar 119219 plaintiffs may be able to recoverrepparttar 119220 costs ofrepparttar 119221 deceased's medical care and treatment related torepparttar 119222 negligent conduct,repparttar 119223 funeral expenses incurred forrepparttar 119224 deceased's burial,repparttar 119225 loss of future earnings ofrepparttar 119226 deceased,repparttar 119227 value ofrepparttar 119228 loss ofrepparttar 119229 deceased's benefits (such as pension benefits or medical and health insurance coverage),repparttar 119230 value ofrepparttar 119231 loss of consortium, and general damages. Additionally, in a few states,repparttar 119232 plaintiffs may be able to recover damages for pain and suffering or mental anguish that they experienced as a result ofrepparttar 119233 death, as well as punitive damages.



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