daycare child abuse

Save Yourself! 3 Signs that the Driver is a Drunk

Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 22nd, 2011


Drunk drivers are among the most dangerous hazards to be found on Dallas roads and highways. All too often, theyre the causes behind a fatal Dallas car accident. If youre not certain whether or not a driver in front of you is drunk, watch out for the following three signs.

1: Drunk drivers tend to stop and go erratically. If you're lucky enough, you'll notice them doing this in a parking lot before they're actually out on the road. This is a very good sign the drivers inebriated. Be especially wary of drivers who stop suddenly before turns or at intersections. Chances are, they had a few too many to drink and the reflexes are dulled.

2. Drunk drivers have a very dangerous habit of going either way too fast or way too slow for the road that theyre on. While speed limits most certainly have the force of law behind them, people do tend to treat them as more of a traffic tip than a traffic law in everyday life. There is, however, a sensible range that people tend to stick to within the posted speed limit. If you see someone going way over or way under the speed limit, it's a good sign that they may be drunk and that you should probably keep your distance as much as possible. If theyre driving aggressively and coming up behind you, just let them pass.

Watching Out for Daycare Negligence

Submitted by jrlaw on Nov 16th, 2010

Most often, when parents think of a bad daycare facility, they equate it with a facility where deliberate abuse is being perpetrated against the children. This is not always the way abusive daycare facilities work, however. In some cases, daycare negligence is at issue. Negligence may be on the part of the employees, the company that runs the facility or other individuals who have access to the children at the facility. When a parent brings their child to a daycare, they expect that the staff that takes care of their child will be well-trained and very professional. When this is not the case, and when someone gets hurt, negligence may be found to be the cause.

Negligence doesn’t necessarily mean that someone was incompetent or that they didn’t try their best. Daycare negligence, for example, may include cases where a daycare employee tried very hard and had all he right training, but where their failure caused someone to get hurt. In some cases, the negligence is more obvious. Daycare neglect, for instance, may involve letting children play in dangerous ways or not providing children with access to needed medications or not keeping conditions at the daycare sanitary.

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