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December 7, 2020

Compensation for Burn Injuries

If an individual suffers a severe burn injury by the fault of another, there are important considerations when evaluating damages. The pain a burn victim suffers is likely obvious and can be conveyed easily to a jury or opposing party. However, burn injuries are unlike broken bones or soft tissue injuries, and require important examination to maximize a claim against another party.
November 30, 2020

Injured On The Job By A Crane?

Cranes are industrial tools that are commonly used at industrial sites to lift and move heavy objects. While a crane can be a very valuable tool, it also comes with certain dangers and risks that can cause serious injury or death to its operator or those who are in the vicinity of the crane while in use.
November 24, 2020

Causes of accidents in freight transport

The causes of accidents in the transport of merchandise, as will be detailed below, are multiple.
November 17, 2020

Trucks and safety: 6 Causes of accidents and 18 rules to prevent them.

Proper training and maintenance are important to prevent a potentially serious accident. In this note, we will review the causes of potential accidents and 18 rules to prevent them.
November 10, 2020

Why Workplace Falls are Hazardous at Any Height

According to OSHA, falls are among the top causes of serious injuries or death for workers, as well as being a top safety violation resulting in citations.
November 3, 2020

The most common workplace accidents in Texas

Texas is a bustling state home to numerous prosperous industries. Texas also takes the top spot for being the most dangerous state for workers in the country.
October 26, 2020

Fuel Truck Accidents

Fuel trucks carry a load of highly volatile material along our state highways and in business districts. An error by the fuel corporation or driver could turn one of those trucks into a major catastrophic accident.
October 19, 2020

Types of commercial truck accidents

Driving a semi-trailer truck requires experience, skill, and concentration because of its massive design and heavy top weight, complicated controls, and quick responses. Unfortunately, inexperienced, careless, tired, and distracted drivers are sometimes driving the truck and make basic mistakes that lead to stacking, uncontrolled, being rolled under the truck, rollover, head-on collision.
October 12, 2020

Heavy Machinery Accidents

Machinery and heavy equipment are used in a variety of industrial settings, including construction sites, warehouses, and factories. Inadequate training and failure to establish and follow safety procedures are common causes of heavy equipment accidents.
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