Concussions on the rise at work

In the last few years, more and more news reports have detailed how prevalent concussions are sports, especially in football, even at the youth level. What hasn’t received as much attention is that employees are reporting more concussions at work, perhaps because they understand the symptoms better. One Midwest workers’ compensation insurer noted that from… read more

Tips for pedestrians navigating New York City streets

Residents of New York City are accustomed to walking its streets. In fact, less than half of all households even own a vehicle. But in a city of 8 million, drivers and pedestrians come in to contact far too often. In fact, in the month of May, drivers injured 1,250 pedestrians, leaving seven dead. If… read more

Options for medical errors involving technology

If you are like many people in New York, you are aware that advanced technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning are becoming used in more areas of business and people’s personal lives. The rapid pace at which these and other technologies are being implemented can feel staggering at times. When it comes to health… read more

Does it matter which helmet style I choose?

If you are interested in riding a motorized vehicle, the first step to take before practicing is purchasing a helmet. Study after study has shown that wearing a helmet saves lives. However, did you know that it matters which helmet you use? Certain styles have higher safety ratings than others. However, some helmets can still… read more