Super Bowl LIII is just around the corner, and Alaskans are gearing up for the "most watched sporting event in the world." For many of us, the Super Bowl is an important tradition. It's a time when we get to spend the whole day relaxing with family and friends--where the only activities are eating, drinking and watching the game.
In a previous post, we discussed the serious injuries that can result from slip-and-fall accidents—particularly as we get older. When we were kids, our bodies were quite resilient, and falling down was no big deal. But as adults, our increased height and body mass—not to mention our more brittle bones—mean that a simple tumble can have more severe consequences.
A little snow won't stop dedicated motorcyclists from riding - especially in Alaska. However, winter is a dangerous season for riders and other drivers as the roads get slippery and the temperature drops. The streets will only get worse as the bitter months continue.
We are nearly a month into the partial government shutdown, and there is still no sign of a resolution on the horizon. This has meant that more than 800,000 federal employees—as well as many other government contractors—have been furloughed or are working without pay.
When you’re expecting a baby, you may be filled with excitement and anticipation. You’re also probably planning out every last detail—from your baby’s nursery to their delivery.
In a previous post, we discussed the obligation of every property owner to keep their sidewalks and parking spaces clear during the winter. If someone comes to your home or business and slips on the ice, they could sue you for damages.
The new year is upon us. We made it through the holiday season—and little bit plumper and better rested—and now it’s time to return to normal life. If you’re like many Alaskans, you may have made a New Year’s resolution to trim down or bulk up. However, each year, physical fitness resolutions lead many people from the gym to the hospital.