Colorado and Wyoming residents experience many car accidents due to harsh winter conditions and other hazards. Having good auto insurance coverage is a must in these two states, but sometimes insurers may still deny a claim. This can occur for several reasons including lack of proof or information regarding the cause of the accident. Fortunately, car accident victims can improve their chances of a successful claim by following a few simple steps immediately after an accident occurs.
Like accidents involving two or more motor vehicles, accidents involving a pedestrian and an automobile rely on proving that the driver of the car was at fault. However, occasionally pedestrian accidents occur outside of motor vehicle activity. In such cases, faulty walkways, the presence of debris and other factors could cause pedestrians to be injured.
After several years as the subject of controversy in the health care industry, a medical device is reportedly under investigation by the FBI. A version of the device, called a laparoscopic power morcellator, was taken off the market last year amid evidence that it spread cancer in some women treated with the product. Now, the FBI has apparently stepped in to look more closely into the use of the laparoscopic power morcellator.