The summer months see a drastic increase in bicycle accidents, mainly in children, since kids are out of school and riding their bikes in their neighborhoods. However, new research shows that thousands of people are seriously injured in these bike accidents every year. The study, which was published in the Accident Analysis & Prevention Journal, … Continue reading
Month: August 2018
Should Self-Driving Vehicles Have Extra Safety Technology?
There have been many recent arguments among technology and driving experts regarding self-driving, or autonomous, vehicles. Specifically, many people wonder what it means for a self-driving vehicle to be safe enough for official commercialization. It’s been found that self-driving vehicles will analyze accidents and transform the incidents into errors, which is what makes them innovatively … Continue reading
How Can My Child Stay Safe While Riding the School Bus?
As your children are going back to school, there are many things that you are trying to keep in mind regarding the safety of your child. If your child rides the school bus in the morning and afternoon, you are probably wondering what safety regulations and procedures are in place to help keep your child … Continue reading
What Are Common Premises Liability Cases During the Summer?
The summer is a great time for families and friends to relax and enjoy fun activities that are not available to them for the rest of the year. Since children are not in school, there are many more events and attractions open in the city that kids and their parents can attend. However, with this … Continue reading