When an 87-year-old former nun with memory loss was sexually assaulted in her nursing home, her nieces tried to bringMore
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Injury Help Center
Golf carts simply aren’t as safe as the cars they share the road with. The assumption that since golf carts don’t travel very fast that it decreases your risk for serious injury is inaccurate for a few reasons. For one, golf carts pose a high risk of rolling over, and given there isn’t much to contain you inside, drivers and passengers can be easily ejected. And two, because of the lack of protection and smaller size of golf carts, a collision can be similar to that of what happens with motorcycles.More