Monthly Archives: May 2012

Tractor trailer speed in curve cause of woman’s death

A tractor trailer’s excessive speed in a curve was blamed for the big rig tipping over May 2012, killing a woman en route to pick up the diploma of her daughter who had graduated from high school earlier that week, according to a report by Robert Salonga in the San Jose Mercury News.
In San Jose, … Continue Reading

Is failure of ER to treat with antibiotics leg gash in river “gross negligence” in Georgia?

Atlanta area news coverage this spring has been dominated by the story of a young woman graduate student who suffered a gash on her leg in an accident on a homemade zip line during a rafting trip on the Tallapoosa River. She was taken to the emergency department of the local hospital in a suburban … Continue Reading