Google Rating
4.9
Based on 438 reviews
js_loader

DO YOU HAVE ENOUGH CAR INSURANCE?

Car in a crash accident

Adequate car insurance coverage is critical to protecting drivers and their families from financial catastrophes. Car insurance protects drivers from the financial exposure that results if the driver is involved in an accident. While comprehensive and collision cover the insurer’s assets, liability insurance protects people from losing everything if they are sued for damages. However, … Read more

CUMULATIVE TRAUMA ON THE TRACKS

Employee at a tracks company

Cumulative trauma injuries accumulate over time and often result in severe injuries for railroad workers. Railroad workers operate in hostile environments where life-changing accidents are common, but cumulative stress injuries caused by repetitive motion, exposure to toxins, vibrations, loud noises, or sustained positions can be just as debilitating. Cumulative Trauma Explained Cumulative trauma refers to a … Read more

ARE YOU AN AGGRESSIVE DRIVER?

Driving a car van law firm

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, an aggressive driver is anyone who places his own interest or time demands above the safety of others on the road. Likely, most people are guilty of becoming an aggressive driver at some point, but it is those who make it a habit who are most dangerous … Read more

RAILROAD WORKERS AT RISK: ARC FLASH

Welding van law firm

Arc flashes are a constant and potentially fatal threat to railroad workers. Arc flashes are concentrated bursts of energy that explode outward from electrical equipment. They are caused by a broad range of incidents including insulation failures and corrosion. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) both recommend standards … Read more

LEGAL MARIJUANA IMPACTING CRASH RATES?

Car in a crash accident

A study conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reviewed insurance claims for vehicle crashes from 2012 to 2016 and found that in states which had legalized marijuana, there was a three percent increase in collision rates relative to neighboring states who did not legalize marijuana. However, a different study published in the American … Read more

IS YOUR CHAINSAW SAFE?

A worker using a chainsaw

Many chainsaw injuries are caused by careless use, but a large number result from poorly designed or defective equipment and parts, inadequate warnings, or incorrect operating instructions from the manufacturer. Under products liability law, chainsaw manufacturers, sellers, and distributors can be held liable for injuries and deaths that are caused by dangerous chainsaws. Three Causes … Read more