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Be Aware of Cyclists Sharing the Road

Hardy bicyclists take to the roads in many seasons, but with longer days and warm summer weather, drivers need to pay extra attention to those on bicycles sharing our roadways. Cyclists and drivers both have a responsibility to be mindful and obey traffic laws. Drivers, however, are operating significantly larger and heavier vehicles and can […]

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High Winds and Crane Safety

Winds and construction cranes do not mix. Every crane operator must take into consideration the proposed wind velocity before starting work every workday. That means contacting an approved weather information provider to determine projected wind speeds, and not lifting the load if excessive wind speeds are expected. Failure to do so often proves fatal. According […]

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Who Pays for Injuries if an Accident Occurs During a Police Chase?

On the afternoon of February 15th, a Delaware resident was charged with vehicular manslaughter following a police chase. The incident began at around 3 pm, when police officers received information about a reckless driver who displayed signs of impairment. The report noted that the driver was swerving along Interstate 71. A police helicopter followed the […]

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California State Court Jury Orders $2B Payment in Roundup Case

A state court jury in Oakland, CA ordered Monsanto Company to pay $2.055 billion to a couple who claimed their cancer was caused by years of exposure to the weed killer Roundup on their home property. This is the latest and largest Roundup verdict against Monsanto, but it will not be the last. Thousands of […]

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Know the Facts: How to Prevent Cave-Ins

Cave-ins, known as trench collapses, are all too common in the underground utility and site-work construction industry. Trenching and excavation accidents often result in death or serious injury, with an individual being crushed by the soil. One cubic yard of soil can weigh nearly the same as a car. Other potentially fatal incidents that result […]

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Safety Tips for Driving on Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day weekend marks the beginning of the busy summer driving season. The weekend in particular remains one of the busiest in terms of traffic as Americans held to beaches, parks and parties to celebrate the unofficial beginning of summer. Unfortunately, more people on the road means higher car accident rates. Therefore, it is especially […]

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Parents Sent Defective Replacement Parts

While no one should suffer an injury from a defective product, it is especially difficult when the injured parties are babies. That is the case with the Britax Child Safety Company’s popular BOB jogging stroller. The front wheel of the stroller can suddenly fall off, causing the stroller and its occupant to flip over. Many […]

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Leading Causes of Teen Car Accidents

While getting a driver’s license is an exciting milestone and one of the first steps toward adulthood, teen crashes are far too common. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation Statistics, each year 963,000 teen motor vehicle accidents occur and close to 3,000 of those crashes result in a fatality. The Centers for Disease Control […]

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Avoiding Struck-By Accidents

Construction sites are dangerous places. While all types of accidents may occur on a construction site, one of the most common – and most dangerous – involve being struck by falling or moving objects. Such accidents are responsible for the second highest cause of fatalities in the construction industry. The best way to avoid struck-by […]

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Insufficient Sleep Can Cause Car Accidents

We have all heard about distracted driving and the dangers associated with it, but drowsy driving can be just as hazardous to you and others around you. In one year, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that about 44,000 non-fatal injury crashes in the U.S. were associated with drowsy driving. […]

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