Category: Personal Injury

Types of Truck Accidents

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Who Is at Fault for a T-Bone Accident?

Filed Under: Personal Injury Truck Accidents

T-bone accidents can be among the most devastating motor vehicle accidents regarding the injuries and damages caused. For this reason, determining fault and liability is vital. What Is a T-Bone Accident? A T-bone accident is one in which the two vehicles collide and create a T-shape. In other words, the front of one vehicle strikes […]

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The Difference Between New York Scaffolding Accidents and Workers’ Compensation Claims

Filed Under: Personal Injury Product Liability

Scaffold accidents happen to construction workers employed on and around the scaffolding on construction sites. They are workplace injuries but are not subject only to workers’ compensation rules in some states like New York. Recovering financially for scaffolding injuries can be complex, and anyone with injuries should seek legal advice and representation. Unlike most states, […]

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Why Blind Spots Cause Many Accidents?

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Most of us hear about blind spots and accidents and immediately think about truck drivers and their mirrors. But you encounter many more blind spots when you drive. More than 800,000 blind spot accidents happen each year, resulting in 300 deaths, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Before we look at specifics, […]

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