Some industries are obviously more stressful than others, especially those that involve physically dangerous activities such as firefighting. But did you know that certain industries have a higher rate of depression than others? Those careers tend to have long hours or are ones where a worker feels that they have very little control in their workplace. Occasionally, the depression can be so debilitating that an employee may feel as if they can no longer work and may even need to go out on long-term disability.
- It can be both challenging and exciting to own your own business, and you have many things that you need to consider to make sure that your establishment remains profitable. Worrying about the state of your store and property needs to be one of these considerations, especially since you have a duty of care to ensure the safety of every person who enters your business. Duty of care means preventing slip and fall accidents.
- Did you know that 600 Floridians are hospitalized from dog bite injuries and 2 Floridians die as a result from those injuries each year? In 2012, insurance companies paid more than $7 million in dog bite claims. With Florida having some of the strictest liability dog bite laws in all of America, it is crucial for you to familiarize yourself with Florida's stature and laws if you are thinking of adopting or owning a dog.
- Although some people get excited for snow during the winter, most Americans know its the season when slip and fall accidents are most prominent. Each year, 1 million Americans are injured as a result of a slip and fall accident, with over 15,000 cases ending in fatalities. Ice and snow slip and fall accidents are quite common. If you are a victim and have been injured, you want to consult with a slip and fall attorney to determine whether you can legally obtain compensation from the party responsible for maintaining the property.
- Getting into a car accident can be scary, but getting into an accident with a big truck can be downright terrifying. If you've recently been hit by a truck and suffered serious injuries or property damage, it's a good idea to get your legal wits about you. Knowing what you can do to strengthen your claim and identify legally liable parties in your accident may be the difference between getting the money you need and being left twisting in the wind.