We are in the middle of a time of the year when millions of Americans will be hitting the roads to visit family members and friends for the holidays. Many Ohio residents will be doing the same, with some driving across the country while others keep their travels rather local. Either way, increased traffic on the roadways will almost inevitably lead to an increase in the number of traffic accidents that occur.
When you make your living working in a hospital, nursing home, doctor’s office or similar health care setting, you face certain career-related dangers that can lead you to fall ill or injure yourself. While the hazards you face working in health care are considerable and might include everything from violent patients to needlestick injuries, one of the most substantial causes of injury among health care workers is moving patients.
The end of the year is rapidly approaching and, for many people, that means getting ready to celebrate the winter holidays. However, there are some people who, even at this time of year, are in the midst of a divorce. As a recent article noted, those individuals may feel even more stress than they would have, due to the fact that, come January 1, there will be changes to the tax laws that will impact divorce decrees that are signed after the end of this year.