Mistakes happen but the last thing you want is an error by your child’s attending physician in the emergency department.
A crime occurs, and there is sometimes someone other than a criminal held liable. Here is what you need to know about this special type of premises liability known as “negligent security.”
The last thing you want is for your airline pilot to feel “rusty.” But that is reportedly the case for many pilots, thanks to COVID-19.
A federal agency is thinking of lowering the minimum age for interstate truck drivers.
Construction workers are more likely to get injured or die than workers in any other industry.
Are trucks with speed limiters safer?
Hyundai owners told to “park outside,” as an electrical malfunction can lead to fires.
When ceiling fans attack: faulty fans sold at Home Depot have been recalled for flying blades.
If you were avoiding the ER for fear of contracting COVID, you are not alone. A recent study reviewed the risk.
When COVID tests generate false positives, there could be dangerous implications.
The largest recall in U.S. automotive history just got larger. General Motors is the latest to recall its vehicles due to potentially dangerous Takata airbags.
Accidents caused by truck drivers are more deadly to the vehicles they encounter than to the truckers.
Hot mess: a Yeti travel mug has been recalled because of a faulty lid that could open suddenly and douse the holder of the cup with hot liquid.
Can you sue your landlord for an apartment fall? Maybe.
Bike enthusiasts just can’t win: first, the Peloton pedal breakage issue, now an electric bike recall.