In the United States, federal law requires that employers and public accommodations make reasonable efforts to assist people who have disabilities in going about their jobs and basic daily activities. These efforts are expected to extend to folks who might apply for work at a company or come there as customers. For example, a grocery store would expect individuals with mental or physical disabilities to regularly visit in order to buy things. [Read More]
Hurt While Shopping And Personal Injury Actions
Store owners, managers, and employees owe you a duty of care. This means that you should be able to patronize a business without fear of being hurt and the burden of ensuring your safety is on the business. Read on to find out more about the duties you are owed by a business. It's Not Your Fault No one walks into a store to do some shopping and expects to get injured. [Read More]
You Got Into A Bar Fight Defending Your Young Daughter: Will You Get Assault Charges?
Some types of bars are safe places to take children, such as a young daughter, but even these dining options can be problematic in specific circumstances. For example, you recently took your daughter to a family bar but got into a fight after a drunk person came on to her or threatened her. Will you go to jail for your actions? Bar Fights are a Type of Assault Whenever a bar fight breaks out, there is a good chance that one or more people are going to get hurt. [Read More]
What To Do If You Get Food Poisoning From Packaged Food
Many cases of food poisoning come from fresh meat and produce that has not been handled or prepared properly. It's not as common for people to get food poisoning from packaged food, but it does happen. If you have recently developed food poisoning and think that it might be because of a packaged food that you ate, what follows are the next steps that you should take. Seek Medical Attention [Read More]