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February 2013 Archives

Man pleads guilty to fatal DUI accident in Mississippi

When a young person loses his or her life in a fatal car crash, surviving parents and family members are left to question why such a tragic event has happened. When a loved one has died because of the actions of another person, there at least may be the possibility of holding that negligent party responsible for his or her actions.

Nursing home neglect leads to big fines for many care centers

As the lifespan of Corinth residents has grown longer, there has become a need for more care centers dedicated to caring for the elderly. However, as more of these homes are established, the rate of nursing home abuse has increased, with allegations of neglect, assault and inept staff that often do not have the training or experience to properly care for residents. Nursing home neglect is a serious issue in our society today and it is important for people to be aware of it and take an active part in the care of elderly family members.

More examination expected in Moss Point car accident

Every year, thousands of people are killed and injured in crashes involving vehicles. Often, these accidents are caused by the fault of distracted drivers who just happened to take their attention off of the road at the wrong time. Texting and driving has also influenced the rise of collisions and so it is more important than ever for people to pay attention to the environment around them. When someone is killed or injured in a car accident, whether in Corinth or in some other part of the state, there can be many challenges that face the victims and their families, and their only course of action may be to hold the party at fault financially responsible.

Faster highways may come to Mississippi

We have dedicated a number of our posts to auto accidents. In a majority of our stories, two factors are dominant: excessive speed and inclement weather. Because of this, we have reminded our readers across Western Tennessee and Northern Mississippi that when weather conditions deteriorate, it is best to slow down.

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