California residents may benefit from learning more about the facts related to wrong-way collisions, as described by the National Transportation Safety Board. Some of the worst crashes in the country involve vehicles traveling the wrong way on roads designed for high speeds. The safety issues associated with these types of accidents include driver impairment, a lack of traffic control systems, drivers' in-vehicle support systems and wrong-way monitoring or intervention programs.
Drowsy driving is an increasing problem in today's society. There are no clear statistics about the percentage of accidents that involve drowsy driving because it is often not noted in police reports. However, the CDC estimates that about 25 percent of fatal crashes involve drivers who were fatigued. California drivers might benefit from learning about new ways to prevent this type of behavior.
California residents may be interested to learn that the estate of Bobbi Kristina Brown has filed a lawsuit against the boyfriend she had when she was alive, Nick Gordon, alleging that he caused the injuries that led to her death. Brown was the only daughter of the late Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown.
California residents may be interested to learn about a wrongful death lawsuit that was filed against two health care providers in Louisiana. The family of an 88-year-old man who died shortly after taking a fall sued the doctor and nurse practitioner that were responsible for the elderly man's care. The wife and daughter of the deceased man are seeking financial compensation for various damages including medical expenses, pain and suffering and mental anguish.