Brian White | November 14, 2015 | safety
Why You Should Ban a Selfie Stick at Your Business (And Others Who Have)
Sigmund Freud was among the first to posit that narcissism was an innate human trait, one that has allowed us to evolve into beings capable of higher reasoning. However, he also cautioned that if our narcissism levels become too high, they become a liability, both… read more
Brian White | November 7, 2015 | Personal Injury \ safety
Death by Narcissism? 10 Selfie Stick Accidents
Once hailed as a tourist prop, selfie sticks are gaining popularity despite their slightly absurd nature. Though these devices seem innocuous enough, the Huffington Post recently reported selfie sticks have killed more people than shark attacks in the past year (though both occurrences are fairly… read more
Brian White | November 1, 2015 | product defects \ safety
How To Spot A Car With Flood Damage
When it comes to cars, water can be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, a gallon of the soapy stuff can keep your car’s exterior looking squeaky clean. Too much of it, however, can render a car worthless. If a vehicle suffers from flood… read more
Brian White | October 18, 2015 | product defects \ safety
Counting Down 5 Texas Theme Park Mishaps
Theme parks are a wonderful destination for families and adrenaline junkies alike; with stomach-dropping roller coasters and kid-oriented rides, there is something for everyone. However, these attractions can also be hotbeds for injury.
Brian White | October 13, 2015 | safety
Are You Prepared for a Flash Flood? Your Safety Checklist
Floods occur frequently and can come without warning. They are often hazardous, and therefore can be very costly for homeowners. The dangers associated with floods include contamination of water supply and sewage backup in your home. Follow this safety checklist to ensure you and your family stay safe in the event of a flash flood.
Brian White | October 2, 2015 | product defects \ safety
My Car has Been Recalled: What Should I Do?
In 2001, Ford recalled Explorers after they were deemed responsible for 200 deaths, and just this year, the U.S. Department of Transportation ordered a recall of over 33.8 million airbags after manufacturer Takata admitted they were defective.