Victim Blaming: When Motorists Run Over Pedestrians and Cyclists

Pedestrians and cyclists who are struck by motor vehicles are often blamed for their own injuries or death, while the vehicle’s driver faces […]

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Who is Making the Decisions on Your Claim?

Aetna’s former medical director admits that healthcare claims are often reviewed by nurses, rather than by licensed physicians when determining approval or denial […]

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Staying Safe When There’s Roadwork Ahead [infographic]

To prevent driver and worker injuries and fatalities, the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) encourages workplace safety zones for roadway workers […]

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Claims Denials Health Insurance Companies Sometimes Get Away With

Many people feel adequately protected by their health insurance coverage, only to find out they are not covered when injury or illness strikes. […]

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Uber’s Driverless Car Fatality Raises Liability Questions

The recent fatal accident involving an Uber autonomous car has raised concerns about safety and liability among lawmakers and safety officials. It’s likely […]

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Textalyzer: A Breathalyzer for Your Cellphone

A new device called a textalyzer, designed to reduce the high number of auto accidents caused by distracted drivers, can check to see […]

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Residents Are Getting Illegally Dumped By their Nursing Homes [infographic]

“Hospital Dumping” is an illegal eviction process for nursing home residents which has become a major concern for the elderly in the U.S. […]

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How New Regulations Impact Bad Faith Determinations in Group Disability Claims in 2018

Under new regulations, individuals who file disability insurance claims will receive the same procedural protections that apply to group health plans under the […]

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How Do You Compare to Other Drivers on the Road?

The comparison of driving skills relies on many factors including driving habits in different countries and individual experiences behind the wheel. Although the […]

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Are Too Many People Keeping Quiet About Nursing Home Abuse?

A government audit revealed that one in four cases of physical and sexual abuse in nursing homes go unreported due to inadequate Medicare […]

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