May Injury and Accident News
Quantifiable data. This kind of data and evidence is invaluable in the courtroom for injury cases. Soon, data like this that is more specifically, coming from your Fitbit or other wearable smart watch might be commonplace in court.
Data from a smartwatch might show abnormal physical conditions at the time of injuries. It also might show if there were any distractions happening at the time of an accident such as texting or checking something else. Read more about how this technology is being used in cases here.
I bet you will be biting your nails at this video captured by police. This car was whipping around a corner, not paying attention at all. The officer has to swerve out of the way as the car coming from the other direction was completely in the oncoming traffic lane. It shows that you always have to be alert for other drivers’ mistakes.
Remember your “Cozy Coupe”? The yellow and red car you had? Yeah. Brothers who own an auto shop recreated it as a legal, motorized adult-sized car. You can even buy it on eBay for about $27,000. Would you?
Traditionally, November is the month of gratitude and giving thanks. It’s very important to be grateful for the things that help you in life, be they wealth, health or family. Being a lawyer is based around many facets of gratitude, and we happen to think that this month is a great time to express our gratitude.
Forrest Cunningham, a Polk College student was almost burned alive in a car accident after falling asleep behind the wheel a few years ago. Cunningham has made a wonderful recovery, but still lost all the fingers on his right hand forcing him to give up his dream of becoming a surgeon. He is just happy to have survived and is now thriving in life. Read more about this miracle hear.
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