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February 2017 Archives

Rollover accidents: a review of SUV safety ratings

Every year, the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS<), releases a new set of safety standard reviews of SUV rollover safety. The rollover safety rating of a vehicle is measured by two tests, first the likelihood of the car rolling over and second, the danger of the rollover itself. This post will address the second test, which is the one promulgated by IIHS.

A review of music venue liability

Music venues and open-air concerts are among the biggest draws for crowds and frivolity. Likely you or someone you know has been to a music festival. When you go to these festivals, you never expect to get injured, let alone seriously. Unfortunately, injuries at these festivals occur frequently.

The “bump” on the freeway is being phased out

Caltrans, the inventor of the ubiquitous Botts Dot, is now phasing out this stalwart piece of highway safety technology. The Bott Dot was invented by Caltrans engineer, Elbert Botts, at the Sacramento laboratory. They were originally conceived as a new way to denote lanes on freeways. The paint used at the time faded too quickly due to the greater number of lane changes that occur on freeways. In fact, the original purpose of the Bott Dot was merely to denote lanes. Their touted safety as a “bump” warning to drivers was only later advertised.

Workers' compensation: injuries while working at home

The Internet enabled millions of Americans to join the workforce as "telecommuters." Telecommuting means that you work from home the majority of the time. But what happens if you are injured at home while working? Can you file for workers' compensation? This post will go over the issues involved in filing for one of these claims.

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