Parents never stop worrying about their children’s safety, especially when they become licensed to drive on their own. By the time the average sixteen-year-old driver gets behind the wheel, they have spent roughly a third of their life holding a smartphone. At that point, it can be hard to put it down.
You love working in construction because your job is there to make things better for everyone. You create beautiful structures, make repairs and generally do the work that many others would find too strenuous.
Many Californians are using side-hustles to make ends meet, especially in our gig economy. While you might have considered putting your car to work by being a ride-hailing driver, it’s important to understand one thing:
Anyone who has played a contact sport knows the danger of a concussion. The FDA has recently given De Novo approval to a device that could change how concussions are diagnosed.
Tragedy, in the truest sense of the word, hit on Saturday, October 7th, 2018, when a stretch limousine crashed in upstate New York, killing 20 people. The federal National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), is investigating the cause of the accident along with state police.
Staying safe on the road is important, but with today’s demands and technology it can be hard not to drive distracted. Between texts, emails and phone calls, it is very tempting to multitask while driving, even if you know it is dangerous.
Some of the most serious injuries in car crashes are burns. When people become trapped in a vehicle that catches on fire, there is a high risk of acute injury. There is also a risk of smoke-inhalation injuries, which can damage the lungs.