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March 2017 Archives

Saving your own skin

Some accidents or injuries are obviously work related. For example, if you cut yourself on a piece of equipment or fall from a ladder, it's likely your employer will not challenge your claim for workers' compensation. In other cases, you may have to jump through hoops to convince your boss and the insurance company that your job is responsible for your health problems. If you believe your skin disease developed from conditions at work, you may need help obtaining your benefits.

Common traffic laws broken by truck and passenger vehicle drivers

Commercial motor vehicle drivers need to follow traffic laws in order to avoid causing a crash. Considering how heavy, slow-moving and poorly maneuvering and dangerous big truck are, it is especially important for truck drivers to follow the law. Indeed, truck drivers have a moral and legal duty to be as safe as possible on the road in order to prevent catastrophic injuries and deaths in a truck accident.

4 reasons for job-related accidents

Alabama workers often find themselves in dangerous situations on the job. However, when a worker is attentive and makes a conscious effort to follow safety rules, accidents are avoided in most cases. By educating yourself on the common reasons for job-related accidents that follow, workers can be extra-attentive on the job and hopefully prevent such incidences from occurring.

New Alabama law could require backseat passenger seatbelt use

Motor vehicle accident statistics have long proved that the use of safety belts in vehicles prevents injuries and deaths. Indeed, the vast majority of people killed in motor vehicle accidents in Alabama were not wearing a seatbelt at the time their collisions occurred. In response to these statistics, the state of Alabama has created seatbelt laws requiring drivers and passengers in the front of vehicles to use safety harnesses.

What is the recovery process for brain injury victims?

A traumatic brain injury involves the death of brain cells, so it's miraculous that those who suffer from a brain injury can recover at all. The fact that brain cells do not appear to regenerate makes the recovery from brain injuries especially miraculous. In fact, scientists and research physicians are still unclear on the manner by which the brain is able to recover.


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