Mississippi’s New Medical Marijuana Act

On February 2, 2022, Governor Tate Reeves signed a new law called the “Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act.” The law legalizes protects some users who possess marijuana for medical reasons from criminal charges. The law, effective February 2, 2022, permits patients who have any of the following medical conditions to use marijuana to treat their disorder:…

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What Are the Causes of Work Zone Accidents in Mississippi?

When you’re driving on the highway, having found your speed sweet spot, perhaps enjoying your favorite music, it perhaps comes as a bit of a disappointment and annoyance when you see those “Road Work Ahead” signs in the distance. But it IS important to slow down and drive cautiously. Thousands of Americans put their lives…

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Drunk Driving Prevention Technologies May Soon Be in All New Cars

Driver intoxication is one of the leading causes of death and serious injuries in Mississippi and across America. Drivers who are intoxicated aren’t focusing on other drivers. They can’t respond to emergencies. They often cause accidents because they speed, cross into opposing lanes of driving, swerve, and violate the state’s traffic laws. Even with increased…

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Do I Need a Car Accident Report?

If you have ever been involved in a collision or crash, it is crucial to understand the importance of a car accident report. Whether the car accident was minor, serious, or fatal, the car accident report is a factual and objective description of a car accident. During car crashes, emotions are high and one or…

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Why Are Rollover Accidents So Dangerous?

Many larger vehicles are susceptible to rolling over if the driver goes too fast, takes a turn too fast, or hist a bad patch of ice. SUVs and CUVs, Jeeps, ATVs, and many trucks are more likely to roll over than passenger cars. A rollover can cause the vehicle to land on its roof, side,…

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Can You Claim Damages in a Single-Vehicle Crash?

When you get into a collision with another driver, you can make a claim for damages for your injuries and losses. Most car accident claims are paid by insurance companies (eventually). The damages are paid either by a settlement agreement or after there has been a court verdict. When you are in a single-vehicle crash,…

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