Medical malpractice is a growing concern in America as aging baby boomers - individuals born between 1946 and 1964 -- create more demand on hospitals and doctors. Almost anyone who has entered a hospital for surgery has had the fear that something could go wrong with the procedure and long-term health complications could result.
All too often, those who experience workplace harassment are scared to come forward because they are afraid of losing their job. Especially in cases where a manager or supervisor is the source of the sexual harassment, victims of harassment can end up deciding that the consequences of coming forward far outweigh whatever benefits may be associated with reporting (specifically, a less hostile work environment). It's important to remember that sexual harassment is against state and federal law, and you have the right to experience a harassment-free workplace.
The dangers surrounding texting and driving are staggering. According to the most recent study from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), at any given moment of the day across the country, 660,000 drivers are using their cellphones or electronic devices while driving. In just one year 3,179 people were killed and another 431,000 wounded by distracted drivers. And if that isn't bad enough, 18 percent of all crashes involving an injury and 16 percent of motor vehicle crashes that were reported to the police had distracted drivers involved.