The Basics Of Launching Your Nonprofit Startup

If you have been preparing to launch a startup nonprofit company, you've probably noticed that the process can be a bit intimidating. The good news is that, despite how complicated it seems, you can easily register a nonprofit startup when you have a solid plan in place. There are many nonprofit startup services that can help you get everything organized and prepared for your upcoming launch. Here are some of the things you should be expecting to do. [Read More]

Injured In A Car Accident? 4 Steps You Need To Take Right Away

If your summer has been interrupted by a car accident, you need to take action. Car accidents can wreak havoc on your life, especially if you've been injured. Unfortunately, you don't always know what to do after a car accident. To help alleviate some of the stress, here are four steps you need to take if you've been injured in a car accident.  Record Your Information Car accidents happen so fast. [Read More]

Can Your Hospitality Business Be Held Liable If A Customer Contracts Coronavirus?

As hotels open and cruise ships set sale, hospitality businesses are concerned about their potential liability if customers contract coronavirus. A flurry of lawsuits has been filed against cruise ships by passengers who contracted coronavirus while on board. Under personal injury law, a plaintiff must prove that these ships breached their duty of care.  Your hospitality business can reduce its personal injury liability risk in coronavirus cases by publicly disclosing risks and complying with hygiene and social distancing standards. [Read More]

Driving A Truck With Rusted Brake Lines Could Present Serious Liabilities

Caring for a truck not only keeps you safe but doing so also helps protect others on the road. Driving with rusted brake lines does not contribute to anyone's safety, not the drivers, surrounding vehicles, or pedestrians. As the brake line corrosion spreads and deepens, the chances increase for brake fluid leaks. Once fluid leaks out, a driver can't stop the truck, as the brakes won't work. If a truck driver was aware of rusted brake lines and continued with deliveries, then they could face civil and, possibly, criminal liabilities. [Read More]