It used to be that rural areas, despite all of the open roads and relatively light traffic, saw more fatalities every year than urban areas. It was not even very close. In 1977, for example, about 60 percent of fatal crashes took place on rural roads, with the...
Month: July 2018
Fatigued employees are at greater risk of an accident
On Behalf of Carter Law Offices, P.C. | Jul 20, 2018 | Commercial Vehicle Accidents
Employers want to do everything they can to reduce the odds that an employee will get in a car accident on the job. One thing they can focus on is reducing employee fatigue, as reports show that tired workers are more likely to be involved in accidents.For instance,...
Man in Ohio arrested for Arizona crash that killed 2 from Iowa
On Behalf of Carter Law Offices, P.C. | Jul 13, 2018 | Car Accidents
The ramifications of a car accident in Arizona spans North America, as a man was recently arrested in Ohio. The accident, in which he was the driver, took the lives of a couple from Iowa and another couple from Canada.Reports from the authorities involved say that he...
Employers can’t retaliate, even for a denied workers’ comp claim
On Behalf of Carter Law Offices, P.C. | Jul 7, 2018 | Workers' Compensation
When employees decide to file workers' compensation claims, they are automatically protected by the law. Employers cannot retaliate against them because of the claims. Doing so infringes on the employees' rights, and it can create an atmosphere in which workers are...
Common car insurance claim mistakes to avoid
On Behalf of Carter Law Offices, P.C. | Jul 5, 2018 |
If you are part of a car accident your immediate attention should turn to your health and well being. Do you have serious injuries? Do you have minor injuries that still require medical attention?It's essential to focus all your efforts on your health, as there is...
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