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When Should My Elderly Parents Stop Driving?

Concerning driving, the main concerns that medical professionals have are the anti-anxiety medications, narcotics, and sleeping pills. This is due to the conditions that these medications all treat because these drugs have side effects that make may compromise a person’s ability to drive a car. Any substance that impairs a driver’s ability to operate a… Read More

What are the Benefits of Adult Adoption?

Adult adoption may sound strange, but it is or all intents and purposes a valid legal process. Someone may want to adopt a woman who 32. A person may have been reunited with their birth mother and want to make her their legal mother. Although it may seem unusual, adult adoption is both legal and… Read More

Are Haunted House Workers Eligible for Workers’ Compensation?

Halloween is a holiday that everyone can enjoy, including adults. Unfortunately, there are some hazards associated with Halloween. Some of the most dangerous situations affect the employees working in haunted house attractions or events. Haunted houses can pose hazards for those visiting them, but the workers in charge of entertaining the guests are especially prone… Read More

What Should I Know about Remarrying after Divorce?

Marriage is a popular institution. Nearly 90 percent of people get married in their lifetime. Unfortunately, many of those unions do not last. When divorce happens, however, about 70 percent of people who have divorced end up remarrying. About half of those individuals remarry within five years of their divorce. For reasons that are highly… Read More

How can I Reduce Strains in the Workplace?

This year, a new scientific study was announced to test out wearable robotics to alleviate or prevent strains and sprains in the workplace. This study is in progress. In the workplace, there are tasks requiring endurance in lifting or repetitive motions. This raises the risk of strain injuries. The job of reducing these risks is… Read More

Can a Passenger be Liable for a Car Accident?

Driving a car is a major responsibility and should never be taken lightly.  If you get behind the wheel, you are legally required to always operate the vehicle safely.  Therefore, it is immediately assumed that one or more drivers involved in a car accident are liable for the damages. However, there are some situations in… Read More

Why is Forklift Safety Overlooked?

Consumers and purchasers in the supply chain rely on warehouse workers in some way. This is true whether the last stop before a sale is a brick-and-mortar store or an online distribution or fulfillment center. In a warehouse, moving materials, parts, or finished goods is done by forms of a forklift truck. Although these vehicles… Read More

Can Workplace Injuries be Reduced by Employees Staying Home?

Workplace injuries are more common than one may think, and in many cases, the injuries are more severe than expected. As many know, workplace injuries are usually expensive and normally lessen the company’s production and efficiency when there is an employee absent. In recent years, injury management has developed, making the workplace a much safer… Read More

What are Possible Permanent Consequences of a Car Accident?

Being hurt in a car accident disrupts your life. Dealing with the fallout after a car accident can involve anything from the temporary headaches of dealing with insurance adjusters and car repairs to living with a life-long impairment that affects your ability to work and live normally. Although car accidents are never pleasant experiences, some… Read More

What Back-to-School Safety Tips Should I Follow?

With the beginning of the new school year quickly approaching, there soon will be school buses picking up and dropping off children. Traffic in school zones will also increase, which means that drivers are more at risk for a car accident. It is important to frequently review safe driving practices, especially before the school year… Read More

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