The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2007, approximately 9,700 women will develop cervical cancer, resulting in about 3,700 deaths. Some researchers estimate that non-invasive cervical cancer (carcinoma in situ) is about four times more common than invasive cervical cancer.
Slip and fall accidents can occur at any time, but they seem to occur more often during the winter months in Pennsylvania, when snow, ice, and water can accumulate on sidewalks, in parking lots, and on floors, making these areas particular dangerous for pedestrians. If you have been injured in an accident on someone else's property, you may be able to file a premises liability lawsuit. Slip, trip and fall accidents are generally considered "premises liability" cases, which arise when property owners or custodians negligently maintain their property, or the conditions of the property are unreasonably dangerous. Many states have laws that require landowners to maintain their property so that it does not present an unreasonable risk of harm to those that visit the property. These laws often pertain to both business owners and homeowners.
Allen Smith, a former trucker driver who publishes a blog, the TruthAboutTrucking.com, has listed the Top 10 Causes of Truck Accidents as follows: