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July 27, 2020

7 Common Causes of Oilfield Accidents

Working on an oilfield is anything but a standard 9-5 job. It’s a job which calls for employees to do intense labor in dangerous conditions.
July 20, 2020

Accidents caused by drivers of UPS and FEDEX delivery trucks

Thanks to an explosion in the popularity of ecommerce in recent years, there are more delivery trucks on the road than ever before. Due to their size and weight, collisions with these vehicles can result in serious injuries.
July 13, 2020

Accidents Involving UBER or LYFT

Ride-sharing services like Lyft and Uber have exploded over the past couple of years.
July 6, 2020

Motorcycle Main: Car Accidents

Approximately 5,000 people killed in motorcycle accidents annually across the United States, with thousands more injured and oftentimes seriously so.
June 29, 2020

“Self-driving” Cars and Motor Vehicle Accidents

For our purposes, we can define a “self-driving” car to be a vehicle that is capable of safely moving from Point A to Point B over public streets and highways, under any and all possible combinations of traffic and weather conditions, by making decisions based solely on its internal software without the need for human interaction or oversight.
June 22, 2020

Top Ten Causes of Delivery Truck Accidents

It is almost impossible to dive for more than an hour, in any direction on a major highway, without encountering an accident involving a commercial delivery truck.
June 17, 2020

Semi Truck Accidents / 18 Wheeler Accidents

When 18-wheeler trucks and passenger vehicles collide the results are seldom minor and in most cases cause devastating personal injuries and/or wrongful deaths.
June 8, 2020

What happens to your body in a car accident? – Part II

Where a car occupant is not wearing a seatbelt in a frontal collision, the body will continue to travel forwards until its kinetic energy is transferred in an impact with another object.
June 1, 2020

What happens to your body in a car accident?

When you are travelling in a car your body and the car have a certain amount of kinetic energy created by the car’s motion. In normal driving situations that energy is gradually transferred to the brakes when the car comes to a stop, usually in the form of heat. 
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