Shollenberger Januzzi & Wolfe, LLP
Call For Free Consultation
717-260-3549 Local
877-528-1399 Toll Free
Evenings and Weekends by Appointment
Multi-million Dollar Advocates Forum Super Lawyers The National Trial Lawyers | Top 100 Trial Lawyers 2015 Litigator Awards  | Ranked Top 1% lawyers Avvo Rating 10.0 | Superb

September 2017 Archives

Car seat installation key to safety

Car seats are a vital component in keeping children safe. Small children cannot safely wear seat belts and need the protection afforded by car seats and their restraints. Unfortunately, a surprising percentage of car seats are not being used effectively. According to the National Traffic Safety Administration, 59 percent of these seats are installed improperly. As a result, these seats are either ineffective or less effective than they should be at preventing injury in the event of a car accident.

Deadliest jobs list includes usual suspects

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has released its yearly list of the 20 deadliest jobs in the nation. While many of the jobs on the list come as no surprise, there are some that people don’t generally consider dangerous unless they are in the industry. People expect to see police officer and construction worker on the list. They are sometimes surprised to see janitor and garbage collector.

When Will Autonomous Vehicles Be Commonplace?

Tens of thousands of people lose their lives in automobile accidents every year. Most of those deaths are the result of easily preventable mistakes made by drivers. Distracted driving, drunk driving, aggressive driving, drowsy driving and other dangerous behaviors are not likely to go away by themselves. For many, the only possible solution is to turn the driving over to machines.

Workers put in harm's way

Some jobs force workers to place themselves in vulnerable positions. Some of these jobs, including law enforcement, firefighting and construction, are well known for the hazards faced by workers. Others carry similar, or even greater levels of risk, but are not recognized as dangerous by the public. One such jog is that of trash collection.

Privacy Policy | Business Development Solutions by FindLaw, a Thomson Reuters business.