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Pedestrian Fatalities Are on the Rise

Pedestrian fatalities in motor vehicle accidents has risen 46 percent since 2009. The total number of fatalities in vehicle crashes had gone down, from 2006 to 2015, by 18 percent; however, the amount of pedestrian deaths in car crashes rose 12 percent in that same time span. There is no [...]
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Industrial Accidents Can Be Large or Small in Scope

The International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Society defines an industrial accident as a danger originating from a technological or industrial accident, dangerous procedures, infrastructure failures, or certain human activities that cause the loss of life or injury, property damage, social and economic disruption, or environmental degradation. [...]
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Struck-By Construction Accidents

A busy construction site is unfortunately one of the most dangerous places for an employee. Many injuries are reported every year to OSHA concerning highway worker struck by accidents. These are so prevalent that April 9 to 13th is designated as National Highway Work Zone Awareness Week. The purpose is [...]
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