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Studies show that people do not see motorcycles

The notorious left-turn accident is one every motorcyclist worries about. It happens when an oncoming car ahead of the motorcycle makes that left turn. It crosses the motorcycle's lane. If there isn't enough room to complete the turn, the motorcycle hits the side of the car. In some cases, riders attempt to avoid a crash, but that often means laying the bike down or swerving into oncoming lanes. No matter how this plays out, it's extremely dangerous.

Medical malpractice continues to affect thousands of people

There is a certain amount of risk involved with any kind of surgery no matter how minor the procedure may seem. Although the term "routine surgery" gets used a lot, there really is no such thing as a routine surgical procedure. If physicians and other caregivers are not focused and attentive before, during or after a surgery, the patient(s) could be seriously injured or even killed. Unfortunately, this type of medical malpractice is responsible for thousands of injuries every year in Kentucky and across the United States.

Medical malpractice: Woman says plastic was left in her scalp

When an individual undergoes a medical procedure, he or she places an incredible amount of trust in the hands of capable surgeons and physicians. In the state of Kentucky, the vast majority of doctors are incredibly skilled and intelligent individuals who take great care of their patients. However, the world of modern health care is often hectic and fast-paced. Physicians are often rushed to see more patients, and this can lead to more cases of medical malpractice.

Medical malpractice in the United States continues to be an issue

Doctors, nurses and all medical care providers in Kentucky and across the country have a legal and moral obligation to treat patients with an acceptable level of care. Unfortunately, negligent care happens more than most people realize. Recently, two medical malpractice lawsuits were filed against a medical facility in another state after two patients died following surgical procedures.

The difference between medical malpractice and wrongful death

If you have a loved one that sadly passed away in hospital, you may feel dissatisfied with the services offered at the hospital. You may even feel that how your loved one was treated contributed to their death. If this is the case, you should consider taking legal action so that justice is done and so that medical practices at the hospital can be improved.

Woman loses her leg due to alleged medical malpractice

When Kentucky residents seek medical care, they do so with the intent that their doctor or medical provider will treat them with an acceptable standard of care. Unfortunately, this does not always happen. Doctors are human, and humans make mistakes. A woman in another state filed a claim after she allegedly lost her leg as a result of medical malpractice.

What are some of the common forms of commercial truck crashes?

Harm reduction is a modern philosophy that looks at the realities of life and seeks to find solutions that can help people stay safer. Instead of pushing for perfection, harm reduction acknowledges the limits to humans and human society and encourages people to make decisions that keep them and other people around them safer.

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