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Does time of day affect driver fatigue?

Published on Jan 27, 2021 in truck accidents.

Driving a big rig for hours at a time can impact your alertness if you are not careful. Knowing the warning signs that you need to rest can protect you from danger. Equally as important is knowing strategies to help you maintain energy when driving long hours. Understanding the impact of the time of day […]

Can truckers avoid driving distractions?

Published on Jan 25, 2021 in truck accidents.

Commercial truck drivers spend long hours on the road and are constantly tempted by the lure of multitasking. Whether it is making a call, personal grooming or eating behind the wheel, drivers who allow themselves to be distracted can become a hazard on the road. A tractor-trailer driver who drifts into an oncoming lane or […]

Alleged worker misclassification leads to criminal charges

Published on Jan 20, 2021 in workers' compensation.

Workers’ compensation applies to every employee—but not independent contractors. Those working in gig economies and blue-collar industries often fall into the independent category. As such, they do not qualify for benefits if they sustain an injury on the job. This was one of the big details in California’s Prop 22 regarding Uber and Lyft drivers. […]

What are common causes of car accidents?

Published on Jan 11, 2021 in car accidents.

Every year, thousands of people die in car accidents, while hundreds of thousands suffer injuries. When driving, you must rely on your skills and attention alongside the other drivers on the road. If someone else drives unsafely, it puts you and others at risk. The Huffington Post explains some of the most common causes of car accidents. […]

Traumatic brain injuries and workers’ compensation

Published on Dec 22, 2020 in workers' compensation.

Many work environments pose a different threat of potential injuries. However, some injuries are a threat across a wide-range of industries. From construction sites and warehouses, to office buildings and delivery routes, traumatic brain damage is one of the most common workplace injuries in Pennsylvania and throughout the nation, according to the National Center for Biotechnology and […]

Tow truck passenger trapped in collision with tractor-trailer

Published on Nov 17, 2020 in truck accidents.

Even a relatively minor motor vehicle accident can be deeply disturbing. A second, more serious accident shortly following the first one is almost unthinkable. Nevertheless, the unthinkable occurred recently near Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, under wet road conditions. First, a passenger vehicle crashed into concrete barriers after spinning out on PA 581 Eastbound. That crash resulted […]

On-the-job back injuries may qualify for workers’ compensation

Published on Oct 19, 2020 in workers' compensation.

Back pain, sprains and strains experienced while working could require medical attention, and an employee may qualify for workers’ compensation benefits. As noted by Pennsylvania’s Department of Labor and Industry, the benefits provide financial support to employees with a work-related illness or injury. Workers who qualify for benefits may take time off to undergo surgery, physical […]

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What injuries do registered nurses suffer from?

Registered nurses face one of the most physically demanding jobs possible, with many doing back-breaking labor every single day. On top of that, nurses are actually the most likely to suffer from illness or injury compared to other workers in the health care sector. Though this is due in part to the high number of […]

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Trucker substance abuse violations on the rise

Commercial truck drivers across Pennsylvania and the rest of the nation have a duty to exercise care and caution behind the wheel. Yet, sometimes, truck drivers take unnecessary risks behind the wheel that endanger everyone they encounter. Research shows that the number of commercial truckers using drugs and alcohol on the job is rising rapidly. […]

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What are the different types of skull fracture?

After suffering a personal injury, you want an accurate inventory of the harm you sustained. You hurt your skull during the incident, but what kind of fracture did you endure? Johns Hopkins Medicine explains the four skull fracture types. By identifying your specific injury, you better understand how much to seek in damages. Depressed skull fracture You […]

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