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Less Than One-Quarter of Fatalities in School Transportation Vehicles Are Children

By USClaims

School buses and other school transportation vehicles are usually a safe method for getting children to and from school. But like other vehicles, school buses are unfortunately not immune to accidents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, each year an average of 131 school-age children are killed in school-transportation-related crashes, most of which occur outside of the bus or inside of other vehicles. Despite that the crashes involve school-related-transportation vehicles, less than one-quarter of those killed were actually children.

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Distracted Driving by Cell Phone Use Highest Among Teens

By USClaims

In this digital age, as technology has progressed, many things have become easier. Cell phones are just one example of just how much has changed.

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Construction Accidents Account for One in Five Work Deaths

By USClaims

It’s not surprising that while on the job we make a mistake or two. After all, we’re only human. But while some mistakes can be remedied, and some can cost you your job, there are also mistakes that can cost you your life. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which is responsible…

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Realities of Hazardous Construction Site Working Environments

By USClaims

We all make mistakes – we’re human. From falling down the first time we try to walk, to banging up our first car, accidents are a part of our lives from the very beginning. They take place not only in our personal lives, but in our professional lives as well. Luckily, most accidents are easily…

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A One-Time Doctor’s Error Can Lead to Long-Term Suffering

By USClaims

“Kyle” (not a real person) had been taking blood thinners for his entire adult life. He had inherited a genetic disorder from his father that led to him forming blood clots and the medication was needed to prevent serious impairment – or even death.

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