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Vineland Workers’ Compensation Lawyer: OSHA’s Top 10 Most Common Workplace Hazards

Each year the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) publishes a list of the 10 most common health and safety violations it has uncovered in workplace inspections throughout the fiscal year. The last list released is remarkably similar the annual lists from previous years. The top 10 most common workplace hazards involved: Lack of fall […]

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Vineland Workers’ Compensation Lawyers: Trenching and Excavation Accidents

Trenching and excavation is one of the most dangerous aspects of construction for workers. Cave-ins can be deadly. If an unsupported trench gives way, workers can be buried instantly or suffer fatal crush injuries or suffocation. Effective safety precautions are essential during trenching and excavation work and the following guidelines should be followed: A competent, […]

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Millville Personal Injury Lawyer: Top Causes of Bus Accidents

Vehicle accidents are always terrible, but bus accidents happen on a larger scale. This is because there are more people to injure and the vehicle is larger. Following are the top causes of most bus accidents. Fatigue: Drowsy driving is a common cause in many accidents. Although strictly regulated by federal agencies, many bus drivers […]

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Millville Personal Injury Lawyers: Whiplash Related Injuries

Whiplash is a common injury when one car rear ends another. The head snaps forward and back, causing injury to the soft connective tissue surrounding the spine. The injury may be mild, causing pain and discomfort for a few weeks, or severe, lasting years. After a car accident, whiplash symptoms may not be immediate. After […]

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Vineland Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Discuss Ways to Avoid Foot Injuries at Work

Depending on the type of work you perform, you might spend a significant amount of your working hours on your feet. Whether this is the case or not, it is important to take care to avoid a foot injury at work. There are two ways you can suffer a foot injury at work: in a […]

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Vineland Personal Injury Lawyers: Millennials and Risky Driving Behaviors

Every generation has its defining features and the millennial is no different. One notable feature is their driving habits, which a AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety study found are not ideal. After a continuing 50-year decline in fatal car accidents, rates began to climb sharply in 2015. The following year continued the trend and 2017 […]

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Vineland Slip and Fall Lawyers: Brain Injury in Slip and Fall Accidents

Slip and fall accidents affect many Americans each year, and some can unfortunately result in serious or long-term injuries. Some of the most devastating types of such injuries are those that affect brain function. Being aware of the most common causes and symptoms of brain injuries as a result of a slip and fall accident […]

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Vineland Personal Injury Lawyer: TBI Early Diagnosis Possible

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) accounts for about 2.5 million emergency room visits each year. The leading causes of TBIs include falls, assaults, and car accidents. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lists traumatic brain injuries, often called concussions, as one of the major causes of fatal injury in the United States. Currently, physicians […]

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Bridgeton Car Accident Lawyers Discuss Tire Blowouts

Tire blowouts can cause car accidents, especially if these occur on the front. The front tires are steering tires and when they rupture, the sudden loss of air pressure on one side of the vehicle can cause the driver to lose control. If this occurs at high speed, the car could veer into oncoming traffic […]

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Millville Personal Injury Lawyer Discusses Spike in Traffic Fatalities in New Jersey Last Year

In many ways, advances in technology seem to have made driving safer than ever. Statistics, however, do not always match up to this idea. It has been found that the rate of car accidents and fatalities in New Jersey has grown in recent years, after a decline from 1990 to 2013. The exact cause is […]

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