Imagine driving down the highway like you do any other day. Normally, you don't have any trouble, so you're simply staying in lane and under the speed limit to stay safe. Suddenly, a large commercial vehicle comes up beside you. Then, while you're still in your lane, the vehicle tries to merge into your lane, causing you to go off the road and to get into an accident.
When you're in a motorcycle accident, you might have questions about your liability in the situation. There are a few times when the person at fault is generally obvious, like if a car turns left in front of you or a drunk driver was in the wrong lane. In other cases, you may think that if you weren't wearing a helmet or were disobeying a minor law you could be unable to make a claim.
When you're attacked by an animal that is owned by someone, you normally will have access to records on that animal. You should be able to access vaccination records, vet visit information, and other information about the medical health of the dog or cat. In the case that you can't get this information, you will likely have to go through much more medical care for your personal injury. These ongoing medical treatments are the reason many people seek out personal injury claims against the dog owners.
No industry is completely safe from injuries, but with the right precautions, you should be relatively safe on the job. However, if something like a puddle or open electrical circuit is overlooked, these kinds of minor issues could become possible threats to your safety. In most workplaces, there are strategies in place to prevent injuries, but negligent coworkers, third parties, or damaged or defective equipment could still cause injuries to you and others while you're at work.