A former employee of Berkeley Bowl has filed a class-action lawsuit against the grocer. The lawsuit claims that the grocery chain did not provide overtime pay appropriately to its workers.
As schools across California let out for the summer, and teenagers across the state start hitting the open road, your chances of getting into a car crash with a teen driver increase substantially. So much so, in fact, that the length of time between Memorial Day and Labor Day is now known as summer’s “100 deadliest days,” with the number of people losing their lives in teenage-driver-involved car wrecks rising considerably during this period.
Slip-and-fall accidents have to be taken seriously, even if you think that you've survived the incident with no significant injuries. Imagine falling down on a set of stairs. Initially, you might think you're only scraped up and fine otherwise. However, after some time, pain and stiffness might show differently.
When you think about the types of injuries you are likely to suffer on the job, you may think of things like back, neck, brain or repetitive motion injuries, depending on the industry you work in. It may surprise you to know, however, that the nation’s most common work-related injury is not any of these, but hearing loss.
As you age, your driving abilities may change. Not only do you become a more experienced and thoughtful driver, but your health conditions may also impact your safety. You may start to notice changes relating to your vision, hearing, motor functions and medications.