Month: June 2012

Product Liability Lawsuits: Roof Collapse Injuries

Posted On June 29, 2012 In Car Accidents

Roof crush may contribute to hundreds of deaths and catastrophic injuries from automobile accidents every year. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that SUVs experience more roof crush than any other type of vehicle in a rollover accident. The injuries resulting from roof crush can be tragic and life-changing, particularly when one considers that manufacturing defects may play a role in the cause behind these types of accidents.…

School Bus Accidents: Who is Responsible?

Posted On June 22, 2012 In Car Accidents

School bus accidents are particularly tragic events, since they often involve young children on their way to and from their classrooms. What makes news of a school bus accident even more devastating is the realization that many of these accidents could be prevented through additional caution by the bus driver, other motorists and the children themselves.…

Determining Liability in a Motorcycle Accident

Posted On June 16, 2012 In Car Accidents

There is often a negative view of motorcycle drivers in the media that paints a picture of reckless and speeding drivers that swerve in and out of traffic and cause accidents. Many motorcycle drivers ride their vehicle safely and within their rights for sharing the road with other vehicles – but the negative view of motorcyclists can make it difficult for a motorcycle driver involved in an accident.…

Avoid These Common Construction Safety Violations

Posted On June 4, 2012 In Construction Accidents

If you work in the construction industry, you probably already know how dangerous it can be. You may have witnessed co-workers hurt in an accident at the construction site or even been hurt yourself. Construction accidents account for almost 20% of all workplace fatalities every year.…