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Month: December 2013

We frequently write about the efforts of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). This federal agency is the one most explicitly tasked with preventing commercial vehicle accidents and better ensuring the safety of commercial vehicles in general. Like...

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Parking lot accidents are fairly common. Typically, a driver accidentally hits another car. Every once in a while, a driver may even accidentally hit another person. The majority of these accidents are considered minor and result in mostly cosmetic damage to the...

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When someone is injured in a car crash, it can be very challenging for him or her to focus on recovery when there are medical expenses and other damages to worry about. The situation can be even worse if the injured person was involved in a hit-and-run and the other...

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According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), injuries requiring emergency medical care related to holiday decorations have increased every year for the past four years. Since 2009, a minimum of 12,000 Americans have required this specific kind of...

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Earlier this week, a video of a massive car pileup on a Midwestern highway went viral. Though gawking at car accidents is ordinarily a tacky and uncompassionate behavior, viewers of this video may have learned several valuable lessons about motor vehicle safety in the...

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Several months ago, new federal regulations aimed at preventing drowsy driving accidents in the trucking industry took full effect. These new rules limit the number of hours that truckers may remain behind the wheel per shift and per week. They also mandate rest...

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The fact that teens and younger adult drivers frequently engage in texting behind the wheel and other distracted driving behaviors is now common knowledge. A myriad of legal restrictions, educational campaigns and technology modifications have been initiated in...

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