As summer quickly approaches, you might think you know how to keep you and your family safe. There are basic tips you know and use. Wearing sunscreen and staying hydrated are two more obvious tips for warm weather.
It can be overwhelming to suffer harm during surgery or while under the care of a medical care provider. As a result, victims of medical malpractice and their families should be familiar with the legal resources available to help them with the damages suffered as a result of medical negligence.
With summer looming around the corner, you might be planning your annual summer vacation road trip. When it comes to long distance driving, it is important to plan ahead so that you arrive back home safely and comfortably. For instance, you should take steps to avoid "highway hypnosis." This occurs when you become drowsy or zone out when you are driving for multiple hours.
Massachusetts motorcycle accidents can result in catastrophic injuries for victims that can have a negative effect on both victims and their families. This blog recently discussed how serious brain injuries can be for car accident victims and their families, which is a type of injury that can also be suffered in a motorcycle accident. May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. As such, this is a good time to look at the ways motorcyclists are protected.
Crashes that involve semitrucks can produce very serious injuries or even fatalities. While it is possible that some of these wrecks aren't preventable, there are others that could have been if the trucker and everyone who works on the rig accepted safety as the top priority.
Sleep is a precious commodity when a newborn joins the household. As a new parent, you may wake up several times a night to tend to your baby’s needs, and the disruption to your sleep schedule can be jarring.