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Monthly Archives: October 2023

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Tesla Sued for Wrongful Death in Connection with Model 3 Autopilot System

By Buzzell, Welsh & Hill |

All eyes are on the latest lawsuit filed against Tesla; the first ever alleging wrongful death involving its Model 4 autopilot system, which was linked to a fatal car crash that resulted in the death of the driver. The lawsuit now alleges negligence in terms of the system’s design, as well as in connection… Read More »

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The Rising Dangers of Cycling in the U.S.

By Buzzell, Welsh & Hill |

COVID-19 caused us to make a number of changes in our lives – for some, this included looking to either cycle or walk in order to go from one place to another – especially for those ages 50 and above. However, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recently released a report indicating that there… Read More »

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New Study Reveals Striking Condition Associated with Traumatic Brain Injuries

By Buzzell, Welsh & Hill |

As personal injury attorneys who bring claims on behalf of our clients who suffer from traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) due to the negligence or misconduct of another party, it is critical that all of us are aware of what the latest scientific studies indicate could be related conditions that are not discovered until a… Read More »

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Catastrophic Injury from Moving Walkways Brings Machinery Into Question

By Buzzell, Welsh & Hill |

In late June, one airline passenger suffered a terrible, catastrophic injury after an accident on a moving airport walkway. According to reports, she was using the walkway as intended when part of it collapsed and pulled her leg into it, resulting in her leg being amputated at the knee. According to statistics, more than… Read More »

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American Roads & Cars Are Too Dangerous for Pedestrians

By Buzzell, Welsh & Hill |

Many would argue that there is nothing “accidental” about pedestrian deaths because many are, in some ways, part of a pattern and practice more indicative of laws and regulations that do not seem concerned about pedestrian injuries and fatalities. In 2022, more than 7,500 pedestrians were killed on our roads, reflecting the highest rate… Read More »

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When Silence in Nursing Homes Turns Deadly

By Buzzell, Welsh & Hill |

A side of nursing home abuse that does not instantly come to mind when you think of “abuse,” which tends to elicit the idea of physical abuse – is what fear, combined with negligence, can do to nursing home residents. Specifically, a significant number of residents in nursing homes live in fear of speaking… Read More »

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