Autonomous Car Product Liability Issues

In a society led by technological advances, it is not surprising that the next step in driving technology is set to be autonomous cars. While having cars do the work for us eliminates a lot of potential for human error, it adds liability into the mix. Nothing in life is without flaws, and self-driving cars are no different. However, with the car controlling its own driving, who is held responsible should something go wrong? According to the National Safety Council,[…] Read More

Recovering from Bus Accidents

Taking public transportation can be a lifesaver for a lot of people. Buses are invaluable for helping individuals reach their intended destination with little work and money involved. Like any form of transportation, there always runs the risk that you may be involved in an accident. Injuries can run the gamut from something as minor as soft tissue injuries, to serious head trauma. While you may still be able to recover for personal injuries, there are some differences between the[…] Read More

Doctors Want to Ban Infant Walkers

What was once a staple on every new mother’s baby registry may soon be obsolete. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently called for a ban on infant walkers, claiming they do more harm than good for young children. A study recently published in the AAP journal found that more than 230,000 injuries between 1990 and 2014 were related to infant walkers. Children suffered bruises, lacerations, burns, broken bones, and head injuries. Most infants were injured when their walker tipped[…] Read More