Accidents Caused by Semi-Truck Blind Spots

Semi-Truck Blind Spots

Driving a large semi-truck is very different from driving a passenger vehicle, as trucks are immense in both size and weight and handle the roads differently in a variety of ways. A blind spot is an area around a vehicle where the driver cannot see other vehicles in the side-view…

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T-Bone Car Accidents: Who’s at Fault?

T-Bone Car Accident

T-bone car accidents usually include two vehicles and occur when one vehicle crashes into the side of another at a right-angle, creating a “T” shape. These auto accidents are also called side-impact collisions or broadside crashes and are known to be among the most fatal of all types of Houston car accidents….

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Top 5 Mistakes After a Job Injury

Top 5 mistakes after a work accident

Workplace accidents are more common than most people realize and they can devastate not only the injured worker but also those who depend on them for financial support. In the aftermath of an unexpected physically and financially devastating accident, it is important for workers to know the top 5 mistakes…

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The Most Common Injuries for Construction Workers

Common injuries for construction workers

As of 2019, there were over 11.4 million United States workers employed in the construction industry. With so many Americans working in construction, it should come as no surprise that many suffer from serious and debilitating injuries while on the job. Construction workers face some of the most dangerous work…

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How Can You Tell Who Hit Who in a Car Accident?

Who hit who car accident

Sometimes it can be extremely difficult to tell who is at fault for causing a collision—especially in accidents that involve numerous vehicles. While an accident reconstruction expert can be hired to determine the root cause of a car accident and the sequence of events that followed, sometimes this cost exceeds…

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