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Start your engines! Summer is here, and the longer, warmer days bring plenty of opportunity for ATV off-road recreation. As the popularity of all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) has risen to an all-time high, so too have deaths and injuries. Before you strap on a helmet and turn the key, you should know the risks associated with these powerful vehicles.Learn More
If you buy a pair of jeans at the GAP that don’t fit, you simply take them back for a refund or swap them for a better-fitting pair. But what happens if you buy a new car that doesn’t “fit?” You might just have a lemon. And unfortunately, taking it back for a refund or a new car is much more complicated than replacing those straight-leg jeans. Learn More
The old saying “dogs are a man’s best friend” might be news to the more than four million people bitten each year, most often children and the elderly. Some of these attacks result in emergency room injuries, reconstructive surgery and – for 39 people in 2013 – death.
Countless patients around the world depend on advanced medical devices to improve their quality of life. As the $110 billion medical device industry cranks out thousands of products every year, eye-opening reports continue to surface detailing faulty devices, repeat surgeries and massive recalls. Learn More
Since most working Americans are considered at-will employees, we thought you should know your rights when an employer crosses the line. March's You Should Know tells you how to protect yourself from employment law violations.
A decade-long ignition-switch defect in millions of General Motors vehicles helped launch a record 2014 for automakers for all the wrong reasons. February's You Should Know summarizes the latest problems, the vehicles affected and where you can go to check for recalls on your car or truck. Learn more
With one tap of a smartphone app, Uber is upending the taxi business and changing the way people around the world commute. But concerns about oversight, safety, pricing and worker rights have made 2014 a bumpy ride for Uber. You should know the risks of ridesharing and your rights (or lack thereof) as a passenger.
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