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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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Companies Facing Financial Pressure Experience More Common Workplace Injuries

By USClaims

While maintaining control for other factors, the rates of injury or illness are five to fifteen percent higher during periods where a business meets or barely exceeds its analyst forecasts. These rates are much higher than those businesses that miss or comfortably beat their forecasts. Data from OSHA shows that one in every 24 employees is injured in companies that barely miss or just make analyst earnings, while only one in 27 is injured at companies that miss or comfortably beat them.

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Construction Industry Injuries and Fatalities on the Rise

By USClaims

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 985 construction workers died in the United States in 2015. The next year saw relatively the same number of fatalities with a total of 970 fatalities in the construction industry, out of a total of 5,190 work-related fatalities.

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Number of Animal-Related Collisions Are Highest in the Fall

By USClaims

With new seasons come new things to look forward to. As the leaves change in autumn, the brisk air conjures up many memories and fun activities: Sunday football, big sweaters, and pumpkin spiced everything. Something else the season brings: deer.

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Doctors Aren’t the Only Medical Professionals Facing Malpractice Claims

By USClaims

When you are sick, it used to be that you would go to the doctor. But today, with projections that by 2025 nurse practitioners will make up one-third of family practices, it is more evident than ever, that nurse practitioners (NPs) are playing a major role in our healthcare.

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