A St Louis personal injury lawyer discusses
whether self-driving cars may be safer than
As Google and others continue to develop self-driving vehicles, the safety of these vehicles has been a growing concern among some parties, with the central issue being whether self-... Read Full Post
While the cold weather of winter can impact your vehicle’s performance, it can also affect your ability control your car. And knowing how to adjust your driving habits to adapt to these changes – and mitigate the risks that can come with them – can be essential to safe winter (and holiday)... Read Full Post
Buckle Up No Matter Where You Sit in a Vehicle,
Although more than 95 percent of drivers in Illinois are reportedly buckling up, seatbelt usage among back seat passengers is still “lagging behind,” according to the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT). In fact, a recent IDOT... Read Full Post
No COLA for 2016, SSA Announces
Next year, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will not be applying a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) to federal disability benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments, according to a recent SSA announcement.
That’s because the Consumer Price Index... Read Full Post
Blood alcohol content (BAC) test results are often the cornerstone of DUI cases. Despite the accuracies of these tests, however, it’s not uncommon for these tests to produce unreliable – if not possibly inaccurate – results when mistakes are made at various points during the testing process.... Read Full Post
As the cold weather of winter sets in, now is the time to prepare your vehicle so you and your family stay safe during your holiday travels.
Taking the time now to get your car ready for the harsh conditions of winter can ensure your vehicle is in top condition – and that you are ready in case a... Read Full Post
Last year, U.S. workers in the private sector sustained about 3 million nonfatal injuries, marking a slight drop in the injury rates when compared to the numbers from 2013.
3 million nonfatal work injuries sustained by U.S.
workers in 2014
This is according to a recent report from officials at the... Read Full Post
Spine Injuries Rose 60% for People 65+ over Past Decade
Since 1993, there has been a dramatic surge in spinal cord injury rates among those 65 and older in the U.S., according to a Vanderbilt University study published in the June 2015 edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association (... Read Full Post
Eighteen pedestrians have been hit and killed in St. Louis so far in 2015, representing more than then the number of pedestrian fatalities that occurred in St. Louis in 2013 and 2014 combined.
As safety officials scramble to try to reverse this trend and protect all travelers on St. Louis roads,... Read Full Post
Following a work accident or an occupational illness, Illinois workers can file for workers compensation benefits to obtain financial support as they recover.
Given that the application process can be complicated, below we have answered some of the most commonly asked questions about Illinois... Read Full Post
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