Although some Texas residents still prefer to buy their goods in local stores, many people enjoy the ease of online shopping to take care of their gift buying, as well as purchasing for daily needs, like consumables. As the holidays approach more and more people may turn to the Internet to find obscure products that they know their friends and family members will love. With more purchases being made from online retailers, like Amazon, more drivers may be taking to the roads to deliver those packages in a timely manner.
Slick roads are coming with the winter months, and even Texas can be met with some challenges. When weather takes a turn for the worst, whether it's through thunderstorms or sleet, drivers need to know what to do to stay safe.
Workplace injuries are not the exclusive problem of individuals whose jobs place them on construction sites, in manufacturing complexes, and other job locations where heavy machinery and dangers are present. In fact, Texas workers whose jobs place them in offices suffer many serious injuries each and every year. This post will address some of the most common injury causes for office workers, and readers should remember they may have claims for compensation when they are hurt on the job.
You come over a hill and spot a police car sitting in the median. What do you do? If you're like most people, you instinctively reach for the brake pedal. A line of red lights ahead of you shows that everyone else is doing the same thing.