For young drivers, there may be many different challenges that surface on a daily basis. Issues at school or work can be very stressful, as well as various social situations that can create problems (including peer pressure to drink, etc.). These factors, along with other hurdles such as inexperience on the road, can lead to a higher chance of a motor vehicle wreck. Unfortunately, many teens have lost their lives in traffic accidents or sustained serious injuries. Moreover, the accidents caused by teen drivers have caused many other people to become hurt or killed on the road.
As a parent in Michigan, you know it is the law that your child uses a car seat or other safety seat while riding in your car. However, what if you are riding with a friend or you are taking Uber or a cab? Are you aware of the laws surrounding child safety in these situations? Do you know how to attach a car seat to other vehicles? This information is important to know so you can ensure your child's safety even when you are not the one driving.
If you have an illness or injury that prevents you from working in Michigan, there is a good chance you are receiving social security disability benefits to help counteract the loss of income. You may be wondering if these benefits ever go away. As long as your disability does not get better, you should be able to receive benefits until regular retirement kicks in. However, there are instances in which your benefits decrease or go away completely.
As an employee in Michigan, you have a right to a healthy, safe workplace. However, there are potentially dangerous toxins in many work environments. Alder Firm, PLLC often represents clients seriously injured on the job due to unsafe conditions.
As Michigan workers know, the winter months can make certain parts of life more complicated. From driving in the snow to exposure to the cold, employees can face an elevated risk for accidents and injuries at this time of year. You may find it beneficial to learn more about winter hazards, your employer's responsibilities and ways to protect your interests in the event of a work-related accident.