It is critical for drivers to act responsibly in school zones. How drivers behave in such zones can have major implications for student safety. Missteps by drivers could lead to significant and tragic accidents. Unfortunately, a recent study suggests that drivers in Illinois may be falling quite a bit short when it comes to protecting the safety of students.
People often hear the phrase “pain and suffering” without really knowing what it means. It is a legal concept used by courts to refer to the physical and mental pain a person experiences after an injury.
How life is out on the roads for drivers can be affected by many things. These factors can vary considerably from place to place. So, the overall driver experience isn’t the same in all states.
Slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall accidents are among the most disabling workplace accidents. According to a 2018 workplace safety index by Liberty Mutual insurance, these accidents are the second most common on-the-job accident causing disability. Slips and trips without falling can also injure workers and ranked No. 7 on the list.