Injured During a House Party: Is the Property Owner Responsible?
Whenever you go to someone else’s property, you assume a certain level of safety – as is your right. In fact, homeowners have a legal duty to protect visitors from any unreasonable risks of harm on their property.
What to Do If Your Child Gets Injured at School or Summer Camp
In the United States, millions of children go to one of 14,000 summer camps across the country every year, 60% of which are sleep-away overnight camps. According to a study, more than one child gets injured for every 1000 campers on average.
Why You Aren’t Entitled to Overtime Pay on Holidays
Under the law, “federal” holidays apply to employees of the federal government. Private employers do not have to give their employees any time off for federal holidays.
Can Your Boss Make You Work without Air Conditioning?
Heatstroke, sunstroke, dehydration, excessive sweating, and other heat-related hazards can lead to severe illness or even death– at what temperature is it okay for you to legally leave work?
Road Rage: How to Defend Yourself As a Motorcyclist
As a motorcyclist, you’re more at risk on the road than others. Without doors and windows, you’re exposed and vulnerable to the threats and actions of an angry motorist. If you get caught in a road rage incident with the driver of a car or SUV, they can injure you or endanger your life in the heat of the moment.
Drunk Driving in Summer: What to Do If You Get Hit By a DUI Driver
June, July, and August – these summer months make up the deadliest time in the year for drunk driving. Known as the 100 Deadliest Days of Summer, social drinking between Memorial Day and Labor Day leads to a dramatic increase in drunk driving accidents, injuries, and fatalities. Teenage accident rates also spike during this time, including DUIs by young drivers.