According to the American Psychological Association (APA), most Americans never achieve their New Year’s resolutions and many of us can’t even make it to the end of January.
Driving while listening to the radio is normal for most drivers, but many other drivers choose to utilize earbuds and headsets to listen to audio devices or make phone calls in the car.
Driving is a privilege that most Americans enjoy daily. Unfortunately, the time comes when many older adults must stop driving.
While shoveling snow may feel like just another seasonal chore like mowing the grass or raking leaves, moving heavy snow by hand can pose a serious risk to your health and safety.
At this time of year, when the roads remain perpetually snow or ice covered, there is often a rise in automobile accidents where the vehicles may never actually touch one another.
As the snow and ice move in, it’s time to refresh safe winter driving tips to help you avoid an accident on the roads.
Car accidents and personal injury can cause a concussion. Get tips here on how to prevent getting a concussion.
Most importantly, seek medical attention.
Florida dog-bite laws are strict, and dictate that pet owners have the responsibility to control their pet whether on their own property or on public property.
In the state of Wisconsin, injured workers have certain responsibilities under workers’ compensation laws.