Month: March 2012

Traffic Laws Aren’t Just an Inconvenience: they Save Pedestrians and Drivers

Posted On March 29, 2012 In Car Accidents

Traffic laws are put into effect for a reason, and it’s not just to inconvenience drivers or give police officers something to write tickets for. They are to ensure the safety of both pedestrians and drivers on the roads.

Every Monday-Friday from September to June kids are walking to school or taking buses.…

Longer Days Mean More Traffic on the Road and Increased Accidents

Posted On March 23, 2012 In Car Accidents

As the summer approaches and the days become longer, there is an increased number of vehicles on the road. More traffic on the roads and longer hours means increased accidents. Truck drivers traveling long distances may try to cover more ground with more daylight hours, and can lead to truck accidents caused by driving while fatigued.…

What Happens When Construction Companies Don’t Follow Brazing Safety Precautions

Posted On March 17, 2012 In Construction Accidents

When a construction company fails to follow established OSHA safety regulations, construction worker injuries often result. Welding, brazing and soldering metal work are all hazardous activities that pose many risks for both health concerns and serious injuries.…