For many businesses, planning is everything. This is especially true when it comes to those who work within the oil and gas industry. Beginning new projects, forecasting logistics, and accounting for the safety of all employees involves significant time and planning. For Kinder Morgan, this rings especially true as new city ordinances are causing unforeseen issues to arise.
Cybersecurity is something that is top of mind for many businesses in today’s technology-centric world. Without proper security measures in place, the private information of many consumers, employees, and even employers can be put at risk. When data breaches like this do occur, it’s important to know who could be held responsible.
Companies like Uber and Lyft make it easier for the average person to get from point “A” to point “B” whenever necessary. Ridesharing has become so ubiquitous, in fact, that it can be easy to take this convenience for granted. If your car needs repairs, for example, you can simply whip out your phone and get a ride back to the office in minutes, or if you’re out on the town with friends it’s almost second nature to hail an Uber after a few drinks rather than risk driving yourself. However, this ease of use isn’t as readily available to many people who are disabled and rely on wheelchair accessible transportation.
Slips and falls can sometimes be very damaging events that may affect victims both physically and financially. Not only that, but the business in which the fall occurred can also face financial repercussions. However, when these premises liability incidents are found to be fraudulent, sometimes the damage cannot be fixed.