License-Plate Readers Track Millions -- Police are building databases with millions of license-plate numbers. Readers are placed along roads or cruisers and scan plates for cars involved in crimes, but also record and store every plate they scan and put them in a database with time and location data, whether they’re involved in a crime or not. Police say the databases are useful in future investigations, but the ACLU says the data collection is overly broad.
When a person is injured on the job, what actions to take next can become confusing. If you do not have any familiarity with state workers’ compensation laws, the process you need to follow, as well as company policy, you may be easily mislead.