Regulators May Reduce The Number Of Inspections For Some Nursing Homes

Nursing homes are inspected in states across America to make sure that they follow regulations. However, there are some states, such as Florida, that have considered reducing the inspections of nursing homes overall. This is done with the purpose of freeing up resources so that they can be devoted to inspecting the nursing homes that are the most lacking. However, you should speak with your nursing home neglect attorney about how this might affect you if you have a nursing home abuse case.

When Public Drunkenness Becomes A Crime

Most individuals know that drinking and driving is a crime but public drunkenness can also be an arrestable offense. However, merely being drunk is not enough. If you are enjoying your time at the beach and have had a few too many beers, you may still be within the confines of the law as long as you're not inconveniencing others or creating a dangerous situation. Posing a Danger to Yourself or Others

Injured While Riding Your Motorcycle? You Likely Have These Legal Questions

While many people are familiar with the laws surrounding auto accidents, things are a bit different when you're riding a motorcycle. Here are some common questions you'll have about the law regarding this type of accident.  Will An Existing Auto Insurance Policy Cover A Motorcycle Accident? One thing that you need to understand about a motorcycle accident is that you need to have a specific type of auto insurance for motorcycle coverage.

The Effects of Over-the-Counter Medications on an Accident

There are many over-the-counter medications that can alter a driver's state of mind. In fact, the Governors Highway Safety Association reports that 43.6 percent of drivers who were fatally injured had drugs in their systems. A particular medication might not affect someone at all  while making it impossible for someone else to safely operate a motor vehicle. However, while the medication may have contributed to the accident, the driver will likely be considered at fault for the accident.