Zac Pingle was born in Florida, and grew up in several places across the United States. From a young age, Zac developed a taste for writing, reading under trees and getting into trouble. Currently, Zac resides in Oregon as a college student where he aspires to become an English professor.

Tips on How to Avoid Identity Theft

Summer is here and it seems to be a time for fun, sunshine, and fraud. Last year, there were 13.1 million reported victims of fraud that resulted in losses of nearly 15 billion dollars. The following information is designed to help you identify scams and how to avoid being a victim. What Kinds of Scams […]

Autonomous Car Moral Dilemma

No one wants to make a hard moral decision, but have you ever thought what would happen if a machine could make one for you? The idea becomes even more interesting, it seems, when that decision could be the difference between life and death. A study was recently published that shed light on how people […]

The Importance of Tire Safety

You may take tire maintenance for granted, but you really shouldn’t. Your car’s tires actually affect maneuverability, fuel economy, riding comfort, braking distance, and tire life. More important, your tires could cause a wreck and serious injuries. The following article is intended to inform you on why it’s important to maintain your tires, and what […]

Negligent Security Claims

Every property owner, manager, or occupier has an obligation (or a “duty of care”) to provide adequate security to prevent criminal actions against guests, customers, and other people visiting the property. When poor security conditions lead to an assault, robbery, rape, or murder of a person on someone else’s property, the owner or manager of […]

Tort Reform

When you are injured because of someone else’s negligent actions, in most cases, you are entitled to compensation for your injuries. Lay people often refer to this as personal injury law or negligence law.  However, lawyers know that the proper term is tort law. Like any other type of law, tort law can be changed. […]

National Safety Month is Here

Every day 107,000 injuries occur in the U.S. and the goal of National Safety Month is to reduce that number. Injury and death is a risk for everyone regardless of age, class, race, or location. So, this article is intended to raise awareness of the risk of serious injury and how to prevent it. Facts […]

How Dangerous is Baseball?

A Look at the Risks Involved with America’s Favorite Pastime Concerns about safety may not be a major factor for parents during baseball season, but not many people realize how dangerous the game of baseball can be. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that 627,000 baseball-related injuries are treated every year. Many of these […]

Snapchat – How New Legislation is Fighting Distracted Driving

Everyone knows that it’s illegal and unsafe to use a phone while driving, and yet people still use their phones every day while on the road. Even more troubling, however, are features of certain apps that encourage unsafe behavior while driving. Last month in Georgia, two parties of an auto collision were nearly killed due, […]

How Foreseeable Was it? How Foreseeability can Affect Your Personal Injury Case

If you were injured on property belonging to a company or organization, the strength of your case may depend on the foreseeability of an injury. What Does Foreseeability Mean In a Premises Liability Lawsuit? Foreseeability refers to the risk of injury that a reasonable person should have anticipated from his or her actions. For example, […]