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5 Easy Steps to Improve Industrial Workplace Safety

  Previously, we’ve covered how to stay safe in the corporate workplace. Today, we’ll take a look at working in a factory, electricity, or construction job, which bring their own safety challenges. Industrial jobs can be incredibly dangerous, and when people are working hard in loud, fast-paced environments, they can easily miss something dangerous until… read more

5 Common Types Of Workplace Injuries

The skills and duties of jobs across the country vary greatly, but nearly every workplace presents hazards that could result in workplace injuries. If you or a loved one suffers an injury as a result of the conditions in your workplace, you could seek compensation for medical bills and lost wages by working with personal… read more

The Top Causes Of Motor Vehicle Accidents In 2018

  While we often like to think that we’re entirely safe while we’re out on the road, this is often not the case. Dangers of driving lurk everywhere, and many unfortunately common behaviors contribute to car accidents on a regular basis. Here are the most common causes of motor vehicle accidents within the past year…. read more

Signs of Intoxication: How to Spot Drunk Drivers on the Road

  If asked directly, most of us would emphatically say that we would never get behind the wheel while we were intoxicated. But in 2015 alone, nearly 1.1 million drivers were arrested for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol — and it’s likely that millions more have driven drunk but have not been… read more

What Is Defamation and How to Handle It

So, someone has said something untrue and less than nice about you or your business. Now what? While you might feel inclined to brush it off, it might be worthwhile to pursue legal action and take that person to court for defamation. To help you figure out if you have a viable case, we will… read more

7 Steps to Prepare for Road Accidents as the Seasons Change

As fall and winter approach, new and seasoned drivers alike know that soon, driving will become a bit more tricky. Cooler temperatures, longer nights and greater amounts of precipitation all create more difficult driving conditions. Though accidents in the colder months are sometimes unavoidable, there are still steps you and your family can take to… read more

Your Guide to Personal Injury Cases: Various Types Explained

There are many different categories of law, each with its own subset of case types. Personal injury law is no different. You might have assumed you could answer the question, “what is personal injury?” — but it’s not always that straightforward. Since 95-96% of personal injury claims are settled pretrial, you might not even realize… read more

Involved In a Crash? 4 Mistakes to Avoid After an Incident

Roadway incidents happen all the time across the United States and can range as minor as a slight fender bender in a parking lot to a 10-car pileup on a major highway. The roads are extremely dangerous because there are so many distracted drivers not paying attention. Globally, more than 50% of all roadway traffic… read more

Mayor Law’s Full Guide to Watercraft and Boat Safety Tips

Spending time on Oregon’s beautiful waters is a favorite pastime for many. With the warm weather coming to a close, there are some boating safety tips you should keep in mind as you embark on one last adventure.   Plan ahead Before going out on the water, you should have a plan in place. This… read more

So You’re at Fault for a Personal Injury Accident: Next Steps

You’re in your brand new convertible; it feels as if you have waited a lifetime to zip up and down the blacktops that circle city limits with the top down. You’re just zooming across an old country highway with the wind in your hair when your phone buzzes: it’s your best friend asking how the… read more