“Just don’t use them anymore. Our view is they do more harm than good...[it is a] risk torpedoing a case that goes to trial because of poor record keeping or poor testifying or poor medical treatment…”
June 2015 from an anti-Chiropractic PI attorney
Big shout out to veteran Dr. Mostafavi of Irvine. The doctor sent reasonable bills to USAA and each time he received a complete denial. USAA claimed the care was unnecessary. The doctor struck back. Dr. M and his patient took the matter to Small Claims court [where you can sue up to $10,000]. The Judge saw what USAA was doing and awarded 90% of the med pay to Dr. M for a total of $3000.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety [IIHS] correlates cars with accident states. The following 5 [as of 2009] are the most dangerous for causing deaths. This is calculated on the ratio of driver death per registered vehicles.
5. Nissan Titan Extended Cab
Big isn’t always beautiful. Especially for the 111 deaths per million registrations.
4. Chevy Cobalt
Not just the notoriety of Obama’s takeover of GM but the 4 door Cobalt averages some 117 deaths each year.
3. Chevy Aveo
Another GM with 119 deaths average. This study shows that smaller cars were most dangerous.