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FAQ: Burn Injuries and Workers’ Compensation

Workers’ compensation is meant to protect you in the event an accident happens on the job. Typically when we think of a work injury, we think of a slip and fall or a broken bone. However, some workers experience extremely serious, life-altering accidents, like those involving fire or explosions. Burn injuries can take an employee…

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The Dangers of Overloaded Large Trucks

Many of us experience some sort of anxiety when driving behind or alongside large trucks. You might find yourself attempting to pass them as quickly as possible to stay out of their way. You never know what kind of cargo might be in their trailer, and being involved in an accident is not a good…

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Catastrophic Injuries from Bicycle Accidents

Bicyclists know to be careful on the road, but sometimes an accident just can’t be avoided; perhaps a wheel trips over a rock, skids on gravel, or the bicyclist otherwise loses control of their bike. When that happens, we usually have only ourselves or bad luck to blame, but when we are in a bicycle…

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What Is Traumatic Amputation?

Unfortunately, accidents and injuries occur all too often. Whether that’s an injury from a car or truck accident, from working with dangerous or unsafe equipment, or a terrible fire or explosion, with the injuries people sustain can be life-altering. Some injuries cause such catastrophic damage it can lead to a limb being severed during the…

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What the Trucker Pilot Program Means for Truck Accidents

Recently there has been a trucker shortage and everyone across the country has suffered. Deliveries of goods have been delayed and the empty shelves are a clear sign of the trucker shortage. A new pilot program aims to change that but not without controversy. The White House has also weighed in and helped fast-track this…

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