Not all lawyers are created equal. Here’s how to choose the right attorney for your case.
Marijuana use was at an all-time high for adults in 2022. Here’s how that creates a sticky situation for driving.
More Louisiana pedestrians died in 2021 than in the last 10 years. Here’s how you can stay safe on foot.
There’s so much joy associated with the holiday season. It’s up to parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, friends and family to keep that spirit alive by selecting safe toys for the kids in our lives.
Hopefully, you aren’t in a situation involving an accident with a rideshare vehicle, but anything can happen. To ensure you are entitled to the appropriate compensation in the event of a rideshare accident, there are things you should do immediately.
Every seven seconds, a worker is injured on the job. Your safety is ultimately your employer’s responsibility and every precaution should be taken to spare workers needless pain and suffering.
Workplace safety should be a top priority for all employers. And there are things employees can implement to create a safer work environment for themselves and others as well.
One of the most important jobs of a health care provider is to keep accurate and complete medical records for the safety of each patient. Do you know what your rights are as it relates to accessing your medical records?
Asbestos is a group of mineral fibers that cause great harm when released into the air. Because of their fire- and chemical-resistant properties, they were used extensively in the building and manufacturing industries. However exposure to asbestos can cause severe health issues, specifically with lung diseases.
In 2021 the average was three deaths per day on Louisiana highways. Simple steps – obeying the traffic laws, wearing seatbelts and showing a little patience with one another – can move the numbers down. And, if you know what hazards to watch out for, it can make you a better, safer driver.
Scientists and doctors worldwide have repeatedly argued that the current effects of cell phone radiation could be dangerous, and protective measures need to be implemented. Yet, government watchdogs often side with telecom companies instead of smartphone users. So, how can we take back our power and limit smartphone use?