Your car's infotainment system delivers much more than directions. The latest versions enable you to send and receive messages, make calls, receive calls and play your favorite tunes all at the same time. Some systems even recognize the driver's handwriting as a way of helping those behind the wheel get information more efficiently. Of course, many would wonder how a driver can be scribbling on an infotainment system while safely operating their vehicle.
Falls are still the leading cause of death in the construction industry. And they are preventable.
"It's like the plague. It's spreading so fast." That's the assessment of one personal injury attorney concerning the increasing number of electric scooters on the streets of some major cities in her part of the country.
Most of us have been through the complex airport security measures put in place nationwide following 9/11. We all understand the need for the heightened security and, with some grumbling, most of us accept the measures as a necessary precaution in our modern world. But many of us who commute by public transit in New York every day also wonder why transit stations don’t enforce the same level of security.
Deciding to put your loved one into a nursing home is often a tough decision to make. You may feel guilty that you cannot care for him or her at your home. Likely, you are also worried about how loved one will be cared for at the nursing home. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s latest numbers, there are 1.4 million people living in nursing homes in the U.S.