Ramps are more than just inclined planes: these devices make the world a more accessible place for all. New legislation promoting accessibility, like the Americans with Disabilities Act, is paving the way for ramps to become more commonplace in our society. Ramps are now required for all new public construction projects in the United States.
At this point, you probably notice your windshield wipers as much as you notice how often you blink or how many times your heart beats in a minute. It's become second nature. But the history of these little lifesavers is fascinating.
Every day, we speak with people injured from slip and fall accidents and unsafe property conditions. It’s very common to suffer a slip and fall injury while visiting the home of a friend, neighbor, or relative.
Your car is covered with a layer of snow and ice. You pull out your scraper, clear off part of the windshield, get behind the wheel, and pull off. You're now a "peephole" driver.
Sure, everyone knows about seatbelts and airbags – two of the most well known safety inventions in recent memory. But what about Electronic Stability Control – otherwise known as ESC? With technology advancing as quickly as it does, this amazing safety feature might have flown right under your radar – until now.
The cost of maintaining a property can be expensive, so it's good to know your landlord is there to help if something breaks. But what about when you wake up to a couple inches of snow? Who's responsible for clearing that?
Icy conditions can be even more dangerous than slushy or snowy ones. As winter temperatures fluctuate, densely packed snow on the ground melts and then refreezes into patches of ice. These slippery spots can lurk on roads or sidewalks even when it’s sunny, but temperatures are not yet high enough for it to melt.
Teaching a teen to drive can be a white-knuckled, hold-on-for-dear-life experience. But once you've conquered the fear, and they've passed their road test, you have to make a decision: Will your teenage driver use your car, or will they get their own?
Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow again, making it the 107th time since 1887 that he's called for 6 more weeks of snow. Thanks a lot, Phil. Since our law firm is committed to keeping people safe, we've put together a short list of things to know to help you survive the final stretch of winter.
Horoscopes—are they just a silly feature at the back of magazines, or do they offer real insight? What if our zodiac signs influence some of our personality traits, and could give us clues to how we'll act in certain situations?