When an barely supervised 14 year old girl fell off of the rock wall at Main Event, her father was furious. Leonard B. Gabbay stepped in to help.Details
On August 24, 2017, Leonard B. Gabbay was able to successfully help an athlete in his case against an intoxicated driver.Details
Many traffic accidents occur at intersections. That has been the case for years, probably dating back to the days of the Model T.
In Texas and elsewhere around the country, however, the question is whether high-tech cameras have a role to play in reducing the number of motor vehicle accidents at intersections.Details
A new study out of the University of Southern California reports that Millennials are texting while driving at alarming rates. The study, conducted by the USC Annenberg Center for the Digital Future and Bovitz Inc., reports a notable difference between emailing or texting between Baby Boomers and Millennials.Details
Blind spots for drivers are always there on the road and must be checked in order to prevent harm to the public. When drivers do not take blind spots into consideration, tragedy can occur leaving children, pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and motorcyclists seriously injured or killed.Details
A trucking industry lobbying group is suing the Department of Transportation in an effort to force the agency to issue regulations related to limitations on truckers’ driving time.
If the American Trucking Associations prevails, the federal department would be compelled to issue rules describing the documents trucking companies would need to maintain in order to prove that employees are complying with federal rules limiting driving time.Details
With the New Year already upon us, many workers are just getting back from family vacations and holiday celebrations. As workers attempt to get back to the full swing of things, it is a perfect time to review workplace safety standards, especially in inherently dangerous and accident prone industries such as construction.Details