Distracted Driving is more Prominent among Older Drivers while Using In-Vehicle Technology

The American Automobile Association (AAA) released a report that shows older drivers are more likely to be distracted when using in-vehicle technology while driving.  The report was released after a study was conducted on the age-related differences in the cognitive, visual and temporal demands of in-vehicle information systems.  The study was comprised of 128 participants who divided into “younger drivers” … Read the rest

What is Medical Malpractice?

If you watch certain kinds of television, you’ve almost certainly heard the term “medical malpractice” before. It’s a surprisingly common problem, and one most people hope to never deal with. But what exactly is it, and how do you know if you’ve been the victim of malpractice?… Read the rest

Medical Malpractice Settlement Revealed in the Death of Astronaut Neil Armstrong

On July 16, 1969, astronaut Neil Armstrong and the rest of the crew of Apollo 11 launched from Cape Kennedy with the goal of being the first humans to land on the moon.  On July 20th the goal was reached, in what would be deemed “one small step for man, one giant leap for man-kind.”   Upon returning to earth, … Read the rest

Amazon in Hot Water Over Combustible Hoverboards

Amazon, the popular online shopping company, recently lost a case in the United States Appeals Court for failure to appropriately notify customers about a known defect in a hoverboard it sold. As a result, it may be forced to pay damages to those harmed by the defective hoverboard, which Amazon knew sometimes could catch fire or explode, but failed to … Read the rest