The solution to reducing medical errors may begin in medical school. That's the assertion of one pediatric geneticist who has taught and practiced medicine for several decades.
Building a strong claim after a car accident often depends on the strength of the evidence that you gather at the scene or that someone else gathers on your behalf. Even in instances where it seems obvious who is at fault and who is not, it is crucial to gather as much evidence as one can at the scene of the accident when it occurs.
Whether you've just gotten your first motorcycle or you're an experienced rider, when you hit the road this summer, you'll be sharing it with a lot of people on two and four wheels. During the summer, our streets and highways are filled with tourists and native Mississippians alike. Unfortunately, not all are as cognizant of what's going on around them as they should be -- and particularly not of motorcycles, which can be difficult for even alert drivers to see.
What better way to escape the scorching Mississippi summer heat than to sit in an air-conditioned movie theater for a couple of hours and enjoy the latest superhero film, dinosaur adventures or musical numbers performed by the "Mamma Mia" gang?
Summer in Mississippi means wearing as little as you can get away with. For many people, that means living in flip-flops.