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  • Where Do Most Car Accidents Happen?

    November 09, 2021

    There were fewer motorists on the roadways in 2020. You might think fewer cars on the road leads to fewer car accidents, however, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) states that fatal collisions rose more than seven percent, while total miles traveled in the United States declined by more than 13 percent. On average, […]

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  • What Factors Contribute to Drug-Related Truck Accidents?

    November 04, 2021

      Even though the national trucking industry is one of the most highly regulated industries, it still has a big safety problem. There are many truck accidents in New Jersey and throughout the United States. One common factor that contributes to these accidents is drug use. In July 2020, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration […]

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  • Can I Collect Workers’ Compensation if I am Injured During Work-Related Travel?

    November 02, 2021

    Despite the coronavirus pandemic, many employees have to commute to and from work. Some workers also have to travel short, medium, or long distances while on the job. Whether you are commuting to work or traveling due to job requirements makes a big difference in whether or not you could collect Workers’ Compensation should you […]

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  • Why Should Construction Workers Be Cautious After Daylight Saving Time?

    October 28, 2021

    Daylight saving time (DST) ends this year on Nov. 7 at 2:00 a.m. Researchers have linked an increase of workplace accidents during the weeks following the time change. The time shift can make you feel tired enough to impact your work performance. It has also been shown that the risks of heart attack and stroke […]

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  • What Are Some Driving Safety Tips for Rainy Roads?

    October 26, 2021

    Rainy roads pose many dangers for drivers. The U.S. Department of Transportation states that weather-related car accidents claim almost 5,000 lives and injure more than 400,000 drivers and their passengers every year. Some of the best protections against poor weather are good tires that can give you better traction on wet roads, good wiper blades […]

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  • What Should I Know About Spinal Cord Injuries?

    October 22, 2021

    The spinal cord is one of the most important parts of the body. It connects the brain to virtually all other body parts. When you suffer a spinal cord injury, the effects could be short or permanent. You might feel excruciating pain or nearly none at all. The brain needs the spinal cord to function […]

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  • What Causes Autumn Slip and Fall Injuries?

    October 22, 2021

    Fall can be a great time to enjoy the outdoors for even a short period of time. When the day is sunny and warm and the autumn leaves are turning colors, many people enjoy going out for tours and nature walks. However, fall weather can be unpredictable and even dangerous. Falling leaves, shorter days, and […]

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  • What are Common Haunted House Worker Injuries?

    October 15, 2021

    During the fall season, many people visit haunted house attractions across the nation. The Haunted House Association says there are more than 2,000 haunted houses open every Halloween. Some attractions are temporary and stay open only during the fall season. Others might be part of a moving carnival or similar attraction that goes from location […]

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  • How Do Wide Turns Cause Truck Accidents?

    October 15, 2021

    Driving past a large commercial truck at more than 55 miles per hour on a highway can make any passenger driver nervous. Commercial trucks traveling at highway speeds can certainly be intimidating. However, dangerous situations can occur at low speeds. One particularly dangerous situation can occur when a truck is in the process of turning. […]

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  • Are Noneconomic Damages Available in a Catastrophic Injury Case?

    October 08, 2021

    A catastrophic injury lasts a very long time, and it renders the person incapable of working or otherwise earning a living. A catastrophic injury usually happens suddenly and could be caused by an accident. Workplace accidents, car accidents, and even slip and fall accidents can cause catastrophic injuries. Becoming blind due to an accident would […]

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