Lawyer Blogs in September 2018

Recent Blogs
  • Heat and Worker Safety

    People who work outdoors in hot and humid conditions are at risk of heat-related illnesses, such as heat stroke, dehydration, and even death. Although everyone should take precaution when working in t ... Read more

  • Asbestos in Construction

    Using asbestos in buildings was quite common before its health risks were fully realized. At one time, asbestos was regularly sprayed onto steel beams as a fire retardant. It was also wrapped around p ... Read more

  • Road Hazards and Liability

    Virtually every driver will come across a road hazard at some point. If they are lucky, they escape injury or damage to their vehicle. If they are not lucky, the driver and/or passengers may suffer se ... Read more

  • Renewable Energy Construction Hazards

    The number of jobs in the renewable energy or “green” fields of wind energy, solar, geo-thermal energy, biofuels, recycling, green roofing, hydrogen fuel cells, and weather insulating or s ... Read more

  • Increase in Drugged Driving Accidents

    A study published in May 2018 by the Governors Highway Safety Association reported that the use of opioids and marijuana may be an increasingly common factor in fatal traffic accidents in the United S ... Read more

  • School Zones and Safe Driving

    School is starting again, and that means it is time for drivers to again start paying special attention when driving in school zones. Whether you are traveling in a school zone or not, you must be on ... Read more

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