Many people think they're not guilty of distracted driving because they don't use their phone behind the wheel. That's certainly an important safety measure. A buzzing phone or the sound of an email or text coming in can be hard to resist. Turning your phone off and putting it out of reach (maybe even in the trunk) can eliminate the temptation to just take a quick look while you're stopped at a light.
We're coming up on the time of year that's been ominously dubbed the "100 Deadliest Days for Drivers" -- from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Many Americans are taking weekend trips and longer vacations. Teens with little experience behind the wheel have a lot of free time, and much of it is spent in their cars.
Car insurance is an expense no one wants to take on, but you'll be glad you have it should you ever be part of a motor vehicle accident in Mississippi.
If you have been harmed by a doctor or other medical provider's error or negligence, you're rightly focused on how it's impacted you. You aren't likely to consider that doctor or other medical professional a victim -- particularly if you're taking legal action against them. However, the medical community has begun addressing something called the "second-victim phenomenon" and recognizing how these health care professionals are impacted when they make an error that harms someone.
Trampoline parks are popping up everywhere. Like laser tag venues and indoor play areas, they've become a popular place for parents to take their kids for fun and exercise. However, experts warn of serious dangers at these parks.