Friday, January 24, 2020

Impact of Migraine Headaches in the Workplace

Anyone who has ever suffered from a migraine headache knows that they can be debilitating. Oftentimes, the only thing a person can do to get any relief is to sleep it off. Unfortunately, migraine headaches are quite common. In fact, Fujitsu Corp. discovered that close to one in five of the 2,400 employees surveyed revealed » Read More

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Common Safety Violations Cited at Breweries

Popular beer brands have had to compete with smaller craft breweries growing in popularity over the past decade. However, for the employees who work at these smaller breweries, the safety standards have not always been up to par. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), many craft breweries have been cited for several » Read More

Dangers of Black Ice

Black ice is a thin, transparent layer of ice that forms on pavement. This type of ice is extremely dangerous due to its lack of visibility. Approximately 1,235,000 crashes per year are adverse weather-related and 10 percent of all weather-related fatalities occur on icy pavement, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). By... Read More

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

What Cars are More Likely to Get in Accidents?

Today’s educated car buyers know that safety is a top priority when shopping for new vehicles. What they may not know is that certain vehicles are more likely to get in accidents based on qualities, such as their model, brand, and color. A November Science Times article provides an interesting overview about which types of... Read More

How Long Will I Be Sore After an Accident?

After being in a car accident, most people will have experienced some form of physical trauma. The amount of pain experienced after an accident provides little indication of the severity of injury. It is also a poor indicator of how someone will feel in the days and weeks after the accident. Car crashes will cause » Read More

Understanding Liability in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit

If a patient dies after receiving medical treatment at a hospital, the surviving family members may wish to file a wrongful death lawsuit if they believe negligence was involved. Depending on the details of the case, the family members may sue the negligent doctor and the hospital. However, that is not always the best course » Read More

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Car Safety Systems Lead to Distracted Driving

Many new car models feature multiple automated systems designed to prevent car accidents and keep drivers, passengers, and pedestrians safer than ever.  While car manufacturers promote this cutting-edge technology in selling their cars as an important safety feature, a new study shows these automated systems may lead to an increase in distracted driving, one of... Read More