3 Common Construction Site Hazards

30By their nature, construction sites are dangerous places to work. Unfinished buildings, trenches, power tools and exposure to outdoor elements all contribute to making construction work one of the most dangerous professions in the United States. According to the United States Department of Labor, more than 6 million people work at an estimated 250,000 construction…

Accidents Between Bicycles and Cars at Intersections

Most big cities in the United States have bicycle lanes that separate vehicles from bikes, but it is inevitable that at some point during the ride, a cyclist will share the road with a car. Research by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates that slightly more than 10 percent of serious bicycle accidents…

Determining Damages in Back Injury Claims

Back injuries are far more common than many people realize. According to the United States Department of Labor, there were more than 170,000 worker’s compensation cases involving back injuries in 2013. If you include statistics related to other back injury causes, including car accidents and slips and falls, the number is significantly higher. Back injuries can…

4 Common Causes of Motorcycle Crashes

Accident Prevention: 4 Common Causes of Motorcycle Crashes Even the best and most cautious motorcycle riders can get into collisions, and injuries sustained in a riding crash can be severe. Motorcycles provide limited protection and are unstable by nature, and other drivers on the road often have trouble spotting them. For these reasons, it is…