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Man Killed in Train vs Car Collision in Jackson MS

Posted on : July 14, 2017
Train vs Car collision in Jackson MS
JACKSON, MS – Deadly Train vs Car Collision Jackson Police say one person is dead following a Car vs Train collision near the intersection of Boling Street and Bullard Street in West Jackson on Thursday, July 13th, 2017. Jackson Police say Williams was killed in the accident when his car was split into two pieces and completely [Read More]
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Medical Malpractice Damages Cap Ruled Unconstitutional in Wisconsin

Posted on : July 7, 2017
MADISON, Wis. (CN) – A Wisconsin appeals court ruled Wednesday that the state’s $750,000 cap on medical malpractice damages is unconstitutional because it imposes an unequal disadvantage for catastrophically injured patients. “We conclude that the statutory cap on noneconomic damages is unconstitutional on its face because it … [imposes] an unfair and illogical burden only [Read More]
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George County inmate killed in collision involving garbage truck

Posted on : July 7, 2017
~ George County, MS. George County inmate killed George County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Ronnie Castille said an inmate trustee died after a three-vehicle crash Thursday morning in George County. The accident occurred at 8:30 a.m. on Old Highway 63 south of the old high school near Anticoch Road. Mississippi Highway Patrol spokesman Chase Elkins [Read More]
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Two Hinds County Deputies were hurt in a Wreck Wednesday June 5th on I-20.

Posted on : July 6, 2017
~ Hinds County, MS Two Hinds County Deputies were hurt in a Wreck The two deputies were cut out of a mangled patrol car following a wreck, according to Maj. Pete Luke. The wreck happened on I-20 W where Jackson and Clinton meet. A Hinds County patrol car carrying two deputies was in the left [Read More]
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