There are numerous factors that cause a commercial truck accident. Because addressing these issues takes a large amount of time and manpower, many truck companies will often overlook significant safety issues.
Motorcyclists aren’t bad people, but unfortunately, they have been portrayed as reckless and dangerous by much of popular culture. Stereotypes about biker gangs and daredevil stunt riders have colored the public’s perception of motorcyclists in an unfair manner.
If you have suffered a work-related injury, you are likely aware of what workers’ compensation is. Although you might think you know what to expect from the overall process, there are a lot of widespread myths that you might not be aware of that can affect your claim for benefits.
According to studies conducted by the National Safety Council, slip and fall accidents occur 25,000 times a day in the U.S. In fact, data from the study revealed that 1 in 5 emergency room visits are the result of a slip and fall.
When you suffer an injury on the job, you have the option to file either a workers’ compensation claim or a personal injury claim. But what’s the difference between these two types of claims? We explain below.
Bicycle accidents are commonly caused by drivers who don’t pay close enough attention to the smaller vehicles that they share the road with. In addition to a driver’s negligence, bike accidents can also be caused by hazardous roads and streets.
Multiple-vehicle (multi-vehicle) accidents are some of the most dangerous and complicated crashes on the road. They often involve 3 or more vehicles in 1 collision or a series of collisions, and determining who might be responsible for the incident is usually tricky.
Wintertime, unsurprisingly, tends to be the most dangerous time of year for pedestrians. During the holidays, many people like to unwind and spend time with their families by taking a walk around the neighborhood after a large meal.