Workers at a factory that had to handle hazardous chemicals and resins kept coming down with two common conditions: painful, chronic rashes followed shortly by pink slips that terminated their employment.
December 2017 Archives
Getting behind the wheel in Iowa is a dangerous task that millions of people take part in each day. No one wants to fear for their life each day. Driving is so second nature to people that fear disappears not long after gaining some experience. This is what makes people let their guards down when behind the wheel. So, how does one spot aggressive drivers in Des Moines?
A lot of people find themselves driving as part of their job. Police officers, cab and bus drivers, commercial truck drivers and local delivery drivers are just the start. Sales people, maintenance and repair specialists, and professionals of all kinds drive as part of a job. Whether it's dropping into a client's office or traveling to a convention, business travel can place you at greater risk of injury than other forms of work.
A commercial vehicle accident can range from a fender bender up to a fatal crash, depending on the circumstances of the crash. There isn't any reason for business owners to hire drivers who can't drive in a safe manner when they are in company vehicles. When you are injured in a crash caused by a commercial vehicle driver, you might decide that you are going to take action against the company.
Driving on the roads of Iowa is dangerous. With dozens of cars surrounding you at any given time it can be frustrating navigating the roads. Add in the large amount of commercial vehicles on the roads, including trucks, and driving can be overwhelming to say the least. Today, we will discuss the handling of liability in cases involving commercial vehicle accidents.