More than your pride suffered when you fell on someone else's property. Serious injuries affect your life for the weeks, months and even years after they occur. Depending on the circumstances, the owner, tenant or manager of the property, among others, might be liable for the financial and physical damages you sustain and keep sustaining until you fully recover, if you fully recover.
When you give your child a product like a teething ring or teething drops, you want that product to be safe for him. Sometimes, products pose a danger that you don't expect. For example, in 2016, there was news about teething tablets that could be loosely linked to the deaths of 10 children. Another report from the American Academy of Pediatrics informed parents that no soft bedding, including the very popular bumper systems, should be used in cribs.
Helmet laws are in place to help prevent you from suffering serious head injuries when you're involved in a motorcycle accident. It's everyone's hope that you never have to go through that, but if you do, the shock absorption technology in the helmet can save your life.
Rain has been a common sight recently, but that's no reason for drivers to lose control of their vehicles. In fact, there are many things drivers can do to avoid accidents when rain and floods become hazardous.
Yes, drivers are involved in every car accident, but they are not always the primary factor in a crash. That does not necessarily let them off the hook for the injuries or deaths that result, but other parties could be held liable as well.
According to the news from Dec. 26, new laws went into effect on Jan. 1 that could affect your driving experience. The story reports that several new transportation-related laws have gone into effect, including those related to child safety seats, lane splitting and the use of electronic devices inside vehicles. These are just a few, but some of the highlights, of the changes in the laws.