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September 2019 Archives

Does optimism bias lead to distracted driving?

A lot of things lead to distracted driving. Some people struggle with phone addiction, for instance, so they feel like they cannot put the phone down behind the wheel. Others run late for everything they do, so they often find themselves eating or drinking behind the wheel as they attempt to get back on schedule.

One day, one driver, two drunk driving arrests

Residents in New York State may often hear reports about how strict the state's laws on drunk driving are. Most people are generally pleased to hear these reports as they provide a feeling of safety and security. Other people may wonder whether or not the laws are actually strict enough, knowing that there are many drivers out there who not only make the selfish and dangerous choice to drive drunk once but do so repeatedly.

Taking action after your child was injured by a toy

When we buy new toys and gifts for our children, we expect them to be safe. Toys and equipment intended for use by children should have an indication of what age they are appropriate for. If your child is 4 and they were injured by a toy that was labeled as being suitable for children aged 3 and above, for example, you will be left feeling confused and upset.

Can surgical errors be avoided?

If you are like many people in New York, you are shocked and concerned every time you hear about a medical error - especially one that results in the death of a patient. Sadly, these events happen all too often. Some research in recent years even indicates that only cancer and heart disease claim more lives than medical errors in the United States every year. There are many types of medical mistakes that may occur. Some involve medication, others involve diagnosis problems and others are related to surgeries.

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