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What are Some Safety Tips for Teachers for the New School Year?

September 18, 2020

Getting ready for a new school year is always stressful. This year is especially difficult with many additional risks. Teachers already face hazards at work. Heavy desks, bookcases, and chairs in classrooms can cause injuries to students and teachers. Additionally, walking around all day and the possibility of contracting the Coronavirus (COVID-19) are also hazards that teachers encounter.  » Read More

What if a Teacher Gets Hurt on the Job?

How Should I Navigate Custody Arrangements for the New School Year?

September 16, 2020

This school year, parents, teachers, and administrators will prioritize safety amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Divorced parents are facing even more challenges, as they must deal with child custody arrangements on top of everything else.

Which Parent Makes Decisions on Education?

Decisions on schooling will be made by the parent who has legal custody.  » Read More

How can Children Stay Safe During the Upcoming School Year?

September 9, 2020

This year, there are new concerns about school safety in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is more important than ever to be sure children are aware of the safety precautions to take when getting to and from school, in the classroom, and during after-school activities. 

Transportation Accidents

Transportation can be dangerous, so parents should always drive safely in school zones to prevent car accidents and pedestrian accidents.  » Read More

Can I Pursue Legal Action After a Beach Accident?

September 1, 2020

Going to the beach is a time to gather with friends and family and enjoy the sun, water, and fresh air. Thousands of people flock to the beach during the summer months to relax and enjoy their day, however, this plan may change if an injury occurs. When a person is injured on the beach, they may question who is liable.  » Read More

Nurses Face Insufficient Resources Against COVID-19

August 25, 2020

While the nation works to slow the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) by asking residents to stay home whenever possible, American health care workers do not have that luxury. Physicians, nurses, and medical professionals work tirelessly to care for patients with COVID-19 and other conditions at the risk of their own health. Health care workers may have greater risks;  » Read More

Congress Inches Closer to Drunk Driving Technology

August 21, 2020

Drunk driving is a major cause of serious car accidents and deaths in the United States. The problem is persistent as there are more than 10,000 traffic fatalities due to drunk driving every year, according to a study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). On average, someone is killed in a drunk driving crash in the United States every 50 minutes.  » Read More