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Attend Car Seat Check Saturday to Ensure Your Child’s Safety on the Road

Whether you are a first time parent or a parent of three children, it is always a good idea to get every car seat you own inspected by safety professionals. All car seats are a little bit different from each other and have different installation instructions. Plus, not every car seat fits correctly into every vehicle — causing car seats to sit crooked or not be tethered correctly. Although many car seats would fit nicely into most vehicles, they might… Read More

Brain Hemorrhages: Consequences of Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcyclists know they are at an increased risk for suffering brain injuries in crashes — especially those who don’t wear helmets — but that doesn’t make a brain injury any less severe. Unfortunately, brain injuries are a very real outcome of motorcycle collisions for bikers with and without helmets. Anytime the head hits the ground or suffers a blow in a collision, it can cause the brain to violently shake around inside the skull. When this happens, contusions and lacerations… Read More

Many Labor Day Traffic Accidents Are Caused by Distracted Drivers & Not Drunk Drivers

During the Labor Day weekend, many car accidents occur as well as pedestrian, motorcycle and bicycle accidents. Unfortunately, many drivers are buzzed and drunk when they get behind the wheel; however, drunk drivers aren’t the only reason why collisions occur over the Labor Day weekend. In fact, distracted drivers are one the biggest reasons why crashes occur on any given day. Because of the holiday, it is very possible that drivers will be distracted as they look for directions to… Read More

How Do Your Driving Habits Compare to Others?

How much do you drive? Do you drive during the daytime and/or evening hours? Do you drive for commuting purposes on the weekdays and stay home on the weekends, or do you drive on the weekends too? While you definitely know how you would answer these questions, you may be surprised to learn how other American drivers would answer them. Injured while on vacation? Contact a car accident lawyer in the state you suffered injuries. Because the AAA Foundation for… Read More

What Every Driver Needs to Know About Car Defects

Did you know that since the year 2000, there have been over 9 million auto recalls in this nation? What’s shocking is that it seems carmakers are making more errors and allowing safety concerns to slip by and not taking customer complaints seriously. What’s sad is that many people are dying before something is done about these auto defects. For example, seven people died due to defective Takata airbags, and 117 people died as a result of General Motor’s faulty… Read More

Electrical Accidents: Serious Workplace Accidents Warranting Workers’ Comp Benefits

There are many types of workplace accidents, with one of the most serious being electrical accidents. This is because electrical accidents often result in severe injuries and death. In fact, 5-10% of workplace deaths are caused by electrical accidents, according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. The truth of the matter is that every employee in this nation could come in contact with electrical energy at some point during the course of work; however, there are some… Read More

School Bus-Related Pedestrian Accidents Are a Sad Reality

As children head back to school during the months of August and September, it is important to emphasize school zone safety in an effort to reduce school bus-related injuries. While many children suffer injuries while riding on school buses that are involved in crashes, most children suffer injuries as pedestrians — as the most dangerous time for students who ride the bus is getting on and off the bus, reports the National Highway traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). This is due… Read More

What Drivers Need to Know About Car Accidents While on Vacation

When packing your bags to head out the door on vacation — whether you are flying thousands of miles away or driving a few hundred miles down the highway — being in a head on car crash is probably the furthest thing on your mind. Unfortunately, it is a reality. In fact, car accidents while on vacation can happen in various ways, including: In route to the airport. When a crash occurs within the hours prior to your flight, you… Read More

Injured in a Slip and Fall Accident at a Gas Station?

You may have pulled into a gas station to fill your car’s tank with gasoline and decided to go in to use the restroom or purchase food or drinks. Unfortunately, at some point after exiting your vehicle, you may have ended up on the floor due to no fault of your own. If your foot slipped out from underneath you, you may have been a victim of a slip and fall accident at a gas station. The truth of the… Read More

Why Repetitive Stress Injuries Deserve Workers’ Comp Benefits

Because professional installers often perform the same task repeatedly on the job, it is common for installers to suffer from repetitive stress injuries. Anytime workers do the same task with their bodies over and over again, the body doesn’t have enough time to heal before damage occurs again. As a result, workers suffer injuries over time due to the tasks they have to perform on the job. Some of the types of repetitive stress injuries professional installers may suffer from… Read More

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