Although touted as safer, driverless cars cannot yet replace a human driver in terms of safety. Traffic accident data reveals that driverless cars are still more dangerous than human drivers.
If you work at a dangerous job, it is essential that you are aware of the risks you are taking on so that you can take the necessary precautions to stay safe.
Unfortunately, in today’s world, distracted driving tends to be the norm rather than the exception. And it only takes a second for a driver to not be paying full attention for something horrible and unintended to happen.
While September 11th may have highlighted the cancer rates of first responders, national statistics have focused explicitly on firefighters who have an elevated cancer rate. Some statistics even reveal that cancer caused 70% of line-of-duty deaths for career firefighters in the United States.
Premises liability, at its core, means that if you were injured on someone else’s property as a result of their negligence, you may have a legal right to claim payments. Under Texas law, and in many other states, property owners (both public and private) must ensure the safety of those on their property and take reasonable precautions to protect them from injury or harm. And if they don’t, and someone is injured on business property or suffers personal injury on private property, the owner can be sued for damages.