Lake Mead Officials: Remembering L.A.K.E Can Save Your Life

Visitors to Lake Mead are reminded by park officials to remember the acronym L.A.K.E. which emphasizes the importance of life jackets, no alcohol, weather conditions, and attention to swimmers and boaters. Boating Safety on Lake Mead Boating accidents on Lake Mead are common due to large numbers of boaters, adverse weather conditions,

Preliminary Data Indicates Rise in Trucking Fatalities

A 2018 preliminary report shows a 3 percent rise in trucking fatalities over the number of trucking accident deaths in 2017. Trucking Fatalities on the Rise The National Transportation and Safety Administration (NHTSA) indicates that deadly accidents involving large trucks rose by 3%  in 2018. Although traffic fatalities have been decreasing for

When the Flooring Is to Blame for Your Slip and Fall Accident

Flooring with design defects and unsafe materials accounts for a large number of slip and fall accidents and injuries in public spaces. Unsafe Floors Cause Serious Falls Construction and design defects account for thousands of accidents and injuries in public spaces every year. Each year in the U.S., more than 800,000 people