Nearly everyone in New York is likely familiar with scenarios in which their participation in an activity has been contingent on signing a liability waiver. The need for such waivers may be understandable; there are certain actions that may carry with them inherent risks, and it may only make sense that participants realize that they assume those risks themselves. Yet activity providers should understand that liability waivers may only be limited to those potential dangers that arise from participation; unforeseen hazards may leave them exposed to liability claims.
By the nature of the business, security companies are in situations that can produce liability complications. When a firm takes on an account, its purpose it to protect legitimate interests from bad actors. How can a company keep its interactions with these bad actors from resulting in a lawsuit?
For the trucking industry, the driver shortage is not news. The shortage has been building over the past few years, and is set to double in the next few years. As this problem expands, so do the demands on the health and safety of the drivers. Trucking remains one of the most dangerous jobs out there, and given the tight labor market, recruiting new drivers has only become harder.
When prescription errors happen it’s easy to assume negligence or malfeasance on behalf of the pharmacy. While medication errors are a serious matter, the fact remains that most pharmacies go above and beyond to prevent them from occurring, while also ensuring their customers can receive the proper medical care. HealthMart.com explains what steps can be taken to prevent mistakes from happening.