No two car accidents are exactly the same. The same holds true in regard to the people who are part of a motor vehicle crash.
Bicycle accidents can cause serious and fatal injuries. Especially when such an accident involves a bicyclist struck by a motor vehicle, the results can be particularly catastrophic.
Going into business with a partner is similar to any other type of long-term relationship. You are going to have your ups and downs. There will be matters that you do not agree on, such as a strategy for expanding the company or perhaps the hiring of a new manager. Regardless of the reason for the dispute, it does not take much for one to spiral out of control.
After an accident, you might not be focused on much except for getting medical help. While that is the most important thing to do, there are a number of pieces of information you need to collect after a crash.
Motorcyclists in Texas should always wear a helmet for the sake of their own safety. Considering the many inattentive drivers on the road -- who could be drunk or distracted by their cellphones -- motorcyclists need to take every safety precaution they can to avoid accidents and injuries.
You were in a very serious car crash, and you remember hitting your head on the window. You had a headache afterward, but you didn't think it was bad enough to require hospitalization. You were lucky that you could walk away form the crash, and you didn't even go to the hospital.
Running a small business typically means you're filling a lot of roles. You may be the person who handles the bookkeeping, the hiring and firing and all the inventory. If you are in charge of contracts, whether with your staff or with vendors, it's important to know what each contract contains before signing it.
A contract between two entities is meant to remove ambiguity and clearly spell out the agreed upon terms. Lawyers often spend hours and even days on contracts, examining every detail, down to each comma and period. While this may seem like overkill to some, a Maine company recently realized the importance of that everyday punctuation—the comma—when a judge ruled that they must pay $10 million to employees due to unclear language in a wage and hour statute.
Imagine driving along on your usual route to work when another car suddenly rear-ends you. It looks like it will be fairly easy to receive compensation from the other driver's insurance company since he was obviously at fault.