The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) governs having pets in the passenger cabin of an airplane. Under the FAA rules, each airline is allowed to decide if they will allow you to travel with your pet in the passenger cabin. If you are allowed to bring your pet aboard, the pet container is considered as carry-on luggage and must meet the standards that govern carry-ons. These rules govern pets. Service animals are covered under a different set of rules. Some of the general FAA rules for pets in the cabin of an airplane include the following:
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This summer, Drive.ai will be starting a six-month program in Frisco, Texas, to launch its driverless car program. Drive.ai isn’t offering rides to the public quite yet, and at the outset, Drive.ai’s vehicles will include human drivers, who can intervene in the event of failure in the vehicle’s underlying automatic mechanisms. The human role is limited, however, and Drive.ai intends to phase out live drivers until the vehicles become fully automatic. If all goes according to the company’s plan, driverless cars could be on the road at the conclusion of the six-month pilot program, at the end of 2018.
The benefits of driverless cars are easy to see: less traffic, diminished need for parking lots, and the ability to work or watch tv while being driven. In time, there may even be lowered costs associated with personal transport.
Did you know that your brain can bruise just like any other part of your body? Even though your brain is enclosed by the skull, if you sustain a hit to your head, or a violent shaking, your brain can bruise. Furthermore, the sudden movement or a hit or violent shaking can stretch and damage the brain tissue. This damage to the brain is called a concussion, a type of traumatic brain injury. And since the brain is the command center of your body, a concussion can be devastating.
Concussions can be caused by falls, car crashes, bike riding, truck accidents, skateboarding, skiing, or even playing at the playground. Many injuries in children are caused by playing organized sports such as football and soccer where hits to the head and body are common.
Clean up on Aisle 3, clean up on aisle 3.
The store is trying to avoid an accidental injury to its customers.
Accidents and injuries can happen at any time. You might be driving to the store, going to work, shopping, or operating machinery at work, and there is always a chance that you could be involved in an accident caused by the reckless, negligent, or illegal behavior of others.
And that accident might change your life.
You could have very painful injuries which leave you unable to work, and with mounting medical bills. And these result in emotional distress. How are you going to pay your bills and provide for your family if you can’t work? You may no longer be able to enjoy your day-to-day hobbies, exercise, or other recreational activities. Your life has changed in a split second.
Have you ever been driving along and seen an entirely white bicycle on the side of the road, sometimes adorned with flowers or stuffed animals? Do you know what they represent?
Someone on that bike died.
And a “ghost bike” memorial was placed at the scene of the accident by friends and loved ones so that all could see and remember that someone on a bicycle died on that very spot.
What can the family of the deceased do other than remember and mourn? And grieve again and again as they pass that bike on the side of the road?
The police report will definitely place blame, and if the cyclist or biker is not to blame, what then?
Contact a bicycle accident lawyer like the Stilwell Law Firm.