According to a recent study, the number of medical malpractice claims against cardiologists, that is, doctors who are experts in treating the heart, are on the rise.
A previous post on this blog talked about the special issues that victims of hit-and-run accidents, or their surviving family members, may face in the aftermath of the collision. Among other things, this post talked about what one's options might be if the responsible driver is never found.
The holidays are here, and as much joy as they can bring, they also cause a great deal of stress. This could translate to issues on the roadway.
Kansas City is a crossroad for several major highways in the country, so it is no surprise that around Thanksgiving Day, the road is packed both with travelers going for a cross-country trek as well as people traveling shorter distances to other cities and towns in Missouri, Kansas and the rest of Central Plains.
As many residents of Kansas City probably know by now, the electronic scooters which first came on the scene in other states can now be found nesting near some of the city's most popular hangout spots.
It seems that an off-duty police officer with the Kansas City force is responsible for a fatal accident that happened on Interstate 435 near Arrowhead Stadium.