When trains collide with passenger
vehicles, the results are similar to
when passenger vehicles run over
aluminum soda cans, according to
When trains collide with passenger vehicles, the results are similar to when passenger vehicles run over aluminum soda cans, according to the Federal... Read Full Post
A recent study has linked the physical damage
caused by mild TBI in war veterans to some
behavioral and psychological issues they
experience after combat.
A study conducted at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine has found that war veterans who sustain mild traumatic brain injuries (MTBI... Read Full Post
According to the CPSC, high chairs, bassinets
and strollers are among the top 10 most
dangerous products for kids.
Concluding the three-part blog Top 10 Most Dangerous Products for Kids, the following are the remaining items that the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has listed among the... Read Full Post
The CPSC has named trampolines, toys with
small magnets and baby slings as some of
the most dangerous products for kids.
Continuing from Top 10 Most Dangerous Products for Kids (Part 1), the following discusses some additional items that the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has deemed as... Read Full Post
Children’s metal jewelry and drop-side
cribs are two of the items on the CPSC’s list
of the top 10 most dangerous products for kids.
While you may take every precaution to keep your children safe, you may sometimes inadvertently expose them to dangerous or defectively designed products – some of... Read Full Post
Eating while driving is a dangerous form of
distracted driving that can impair drivers’
ability to recognize and respond to possible
Distracted driving-related car accidents kill more than 9 people and injured approximately 1,060 other individuals every day in the U.S., according... Read Full Post
Speed Played a Role in Fatal Car Accident That Killed Actor Paul Walker
On November 30, actor Paul Walker, 40, was killed in a fiery single-vehicle accident at around 3:30pm as he was leaving a charity event being held in Santa Clarita, California. According to police reports, Walker – who is best... Read Full Post
While teen driver accident statistics present a
grim picture, the NHTSA has developed the
“5 to Drive” campaign to try to reduce the
number of teen driver fatalities.
In continuation of Teen Driver Accident Facts and Statistics (Part 1), the following presents some additional statistics related to... Read Full Post
More than half of all teenagers killed in car
accidents are the drivers themselves, and
speeding is a factor in about 35 percent of all
fatal car accidents involving teen drivers.
Getting a driver’s license for the very first time is a hallmark of a person’s teenage years, as driving gives teens a... Read Full Post
Although the specific circumstances of your
case will affect how your personal injury
claim progresses, these FAQs provide some
general info regarding personal injury
Continuing from Personal Injury FAQs (Part 1), the following is some additional information regarding what you can expect... Read Full Post
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