Do you ever find yourself sitting in traffic? If so, you know just how frustrating this can be.
If you've suffered a traumatic brain injury, you've got a lot of frustrating things to deal with—so it doesn't help if you're also frustrated or confused about why it seems to be taking so long for your attorney to actually move forward on your case. It makes sense that he or she should at least get the claim filed already, right?
Interstate travel is faster and likely safer than travel on two-lane roads. However, when accidents occur on interstates, they often involve multiple vehicles of all different types. In a recent crash on I-64 in Kanawha County, a four-vehicle accident involved a semi pulling an excavator, a pickup towing a car and a car.
In the event that you or a loved one suffers a brain injury, it's important to understand the treatment and recovery process.
Since Tuesday night when the impossible first started appearing possible I've seen countless questions of "How did this happen" (often in all caps on social media). The answers given are more confused than the question. "Never underestimate people's stupidity." "They're misognyists." "They're racists." "They were tricked by fake news on Facebook."
We all understand that some workplaces are inherently dangerous. In most cases, these dangers arise from safety hazards present on the work site. Examples of dangerous industries include mining, construction and warehouse work. However, other industries and jobs may also expose workers to a very specific danger: personal attack or injury.
Schenker Inc. is a contract logistics services provider alleged to have allowed national origin and race harassment in the workplace. Sexual harassment was also alleged by some workers.