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The 5 Most Common Types of Workplace Injuries and How to Avoid Them

April 25th, 2017 by

Any workplace can be dangerous, even if you are just going into a standard office environment every day. While injuries may differ depending on industry and atmosphere of the job, there are several common workplace injuries that occur across the board. Employers and employees should recognize the warning signs and dangers associated with each injury Read More »

Ridesharing versus Taxis

March 31st, 2017 by

Ridesharing versus Taxis: Safety and Convenience When you need a ride, who do you call — Uber, Lyft or a Taxi? Here are a few things to consider when debating whether to e-hail or call a taxi. Taxi: Drivers are more experienced and follow guidelines The industry is well-regulated Drivers go through background checks before Read More »

Safest Cars for Teens

March 31st, 2017 by

Teen Drivers at Risk 2014 data from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety shows 16-19 year-old drivers are nearly three times more likely to be involved in a fatal car crash than those aged 20 and over. In recent years, some automakers have responded with various technologies to help teens adopt safe driving habits, and Read More »

Personal Injury: When to Sue?

March 23rd, 2017 by

Personal Injury: When to Sue? If you have been hurt in a personal injury accident, you may have lots of questions regarding your right to sue. Common personal injury cases include car accidents, medical malpractice events, slip and fall cases, defamation, dog bites, assault, battery, and other incidents that involve intentional harm. A legal claim Read More »

The Best Car Safety Tips for 2017

March 22nd, 2017 by

Driving safely is just one aspect of being a responsible car owner. Even if you are renting, borrowing, or leasing a vehicle for a short period of time, you’ll need to ensure the car is safe for yourself and your family. Before embarking on a road trip – even for short weekend getaways, consider utilizing Read More »

The Most Common Causes of Work Injuries

March 21st, 2017 by

Workplace injuries can have a host of negative consequences – for both employers and employees. Companies may face decreased work morale, reduced worker productivity, increased insurance rates, and workers’ comp claims. The sick or injured employee may have a difficult recovery, extended time off work, reduced income, and even social embarrassment due to their injury. Read More »

Marijuana DUI California

March 20th, 2017 by

Driving Under the Influence It’s common knowledge that drinking and driving is dangerous not just for the person behind the wheel, but for anyone on the road. But what about smoking marijuana and driving? A DUI for drugs is considered driving under the influence of drugs, and this includes marijuana. In November 2015 about 65 Read More »

The Most Common Causes of Fatal Car Accidents in 2016

March 20th, 2017 by

The end of spring and the start of summer lead to an increased number of vehicles on U.S. roads. Tired of being stuck indoors for the winter, people take advantage of warm weather with weekend getaways and even short daytrips. As a driver, passenger, or pedestrian, it’s important to reacquaint yourself with road safety to Read More »

Is Workers Comp Taxable?

March 16th, 2017 by

Getting hurt on the job can be financially worrisome. Injured workers must deal with the stress of recovering from an injury or illness, and possibly coping with permanent disability. In addition, even with workers’ compensation insurance, it is unlikely that individuals are bringing home 100% of the salary they previously earned. Is Workers’ Comp Taxable? Read More »

How Does Workers Compensation Work? What Does it Cover?

March 15th, 2017 by

Employees that are injured on the job, or as a result of their duties are entitled to receive medical treatment and have a portion of their wages replaced through the workers’ compensation program. Employers and employees both have specific responsibilities under the program. How Does Workers’ Compensation Work? State laws mandate workers’ comp and each Read More »

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