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The family of a former Penn State student who was struck and severely injured by a drunk driver in 2006 is suing their former lawyer in an attorney malpractice suit.

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For serious injured victims of auto crashes, insurance coverage is complicated and has to be pieced together from different sources. Their is no universal coverage to protect an innocent victim and families must hold things together as best they can while the insurance companies defend these valid claim.

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It is a guaranteed trial and keeps us closely linked to the scandal for another year………

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To identify the worst insurance companies for consumers, researchers at the American Association for Justice (AAJ) undertook a comprehensive investigation of thousands of court documents, SEC and FBI records, state insurance department investigations and complaints, news accounts from across the country, and the testimony and depositions of former insurance agents and adjusters.

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Recent statistics from National Highway Traffic Safety Safety Administration indicate that there were over 32,000 fatalities in 2010. Leading causes of these needless deaths were, drunk diving 32%, speeding 31%, and distraction 16%.

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Talking, texting, and reading email behind the wheel may be more of a problem in the United States than in Europe. A recent CDC study compared the percentage of distracted drivers in the United States and seven European countries.

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Consumers are all to often told that once they have bought an item like a car, that the sale is final and they have no rights to go back on that sale. For most of us the purchase of a new or used automobile will be one of the largest purchases we make in a year.

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A former State College psychologist must pay $16.5 million to his former patient — a sum that attorney Bernard Cantorna said was the largest in Centre County history — following a civil trial last week.Julian Metter faced a civil suit after a patient said she suffered emotional and physical harm from the psychologist’s use of carbon dioxide treatments.

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