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In February 2020, the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation consolidated all of the Zantac lawsuits in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida under Judge Robin Rosenberg.
Riding a motorcycle is fun and we want to help it stay that way for you with these motorcycle road safety tips.
We always talk about what happens once you get in an accident. Here are some driving tips to help you drive more defensively and keep you and your passengers a little safer while on the road.
When we get behind the wheel of a motor vehicle, we are trusting that other drivers will drive in a safe manner, following the rules of the road, staying alert, and not engaging in reckless driving behaviors. But that is not always the case.
Accidents happen for many reasons, one of which is reckless driving. This refers to a wanton disregard for others’ safety and the rules of the road – these drivers understand the risks of their behaviors but continue to operate a vehicle in a dangerous manner.
When we talk about distracted driving, most will think of using a mobile device – talking, texting, emailing – but there are many activities that can distract a driver and lead to a serious accident.
Did you know that Missouri has eased its motorcycle helmet law?
The new helmet law, which took effect on August 28, 2020, now only requires those under the age of 26, or older than 26 if driving with a permit, to wear a helmet when riding in or driving a motorcycle.
Highway guardrails are an important safety feature on our roadways. When designed correctly, they help reduce the impact of car accidents. They:
While guardrails are meant to protect vehicles and their passengers, and lessen the severity of a crash, there are circumstances when they do not.
Every day, about 28 people in the United States die in drunk-driving crashes. That’s one person every 52 minutes. In 2019, there were 10,142 deaths from drunk-driving crashes.
Can you hold a business owner liable if you are injured on their premises because they failed to provide appropriate security measures?
It is possible and would usually be considered a premises liability claim. Under premises liability, business owners must provide reasonably safe conditions for visitors.
Have you taken a break from driving? Maybe its coronavirus-related. Or, it could be due to a medical condition, age, or many other factors. Suffice it to say, a break has been taken, but now it is time to get back on the road.