We often hear on the news about how a drunk or distracted driver caused a car crash and for good reason.
Every day, when you get into your vehicle, you choose to set aside the potential risk involved with driving or riding in a car. Even if you're driving only on surface streets and not the highway, there is still a very real risk of a potentially injurious or fatal collision. In fact, the more intersections you travel through, the greater your potential risk may become, regardless of the posted speed limit.
The longer you ride a motorcycle, the more tricks you learn. Some of these tricks you may learn from your fellow riding buddies, some you may learn from taking a motorcycle safety course -- which you should do at least once a year if you're an avid biker -- and some you might learn from reading an article just like this.
A survey conducted by Caring.com in 2016 showed that only 56 percent of Americans questioned had either a living trust or will in place at the time.
Each year, countless Americans are injured or die as a result of using defective products.
A 59-year-old bicyclist with a prosthetic leg died on March 19, some seven months after having been hit and left to die by a motorist in Queens.
You know that your boss signed a contract when he or she took the latest construction job. All of the workers learned what the projected timeframe was when you started the job. You all know the schedule. You all know the deadline.
When becoming injured on a premises such as a shopping mall, restaurant or movie theatre, the rules are quite clear: It is the responsibility of the premises in question to ensure the safety of all of its guests, whether it is preventing slips and falls, to making sure all food and drinks are safe to consume.