Summer’s ‘100 Deadliest Days’ have begun
Summer’s ‘100 Deadliest Days’ have begun
The summer is a relief for many in New York. For working adults, it’s a chance for longer days, relaxing evenings and going on vacation. For students, it’s a break from school and a chance to see friends. Summer days are thought of equally as packed with activities and relaxingly...
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Which is worse, distracted driving or drunk driving?
Distracted driving has always existed. Drivers in past generations got distracted by events outside or billboards. When the radio was invented, it quickly became a distraction. Children and pets in the car have always been an issue. That said, the “new” face of distracted driving is certainly the smartphone. It...
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More inspections are helping drop the number of construction accidents in New York City
New York City has a lot of construction going on — almost constantly. If new buildings aren’t being built, old buildings are being remodeled and resurfaced. Injuries among workers (and bystanders) are common. There is some good news, however: The number of construction injuries between January and October of 2019 fell by...
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How the things you share online can impact an insurance claim
Social media has become so popular and widely used that it is more unusual for someone to avoid social media use than it is for someone to maintain a presence on multiple platforms. Social media can connect you with advice, help you maintain relationships with people who aren’t geographically close...
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People often seem different after a brain injury
Brain injuries are complicated, and they can have major ramifications that can change a person’s life forever. In some cases, they even ruin relationships and end marriages. Why does this happen? There are a few reasons, but today we’ll take a look at how someone may change and seem different...
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Falls hurt many construction workers despite being preventable
It is no secret that construction is one of the most dangerous professions in the United States. Construction workers are at increased risk for both injurious accidents and fatal workplace incidents. The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) has identified the four biggest risks to construction workers, also called the “fatal...
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Preventing trench collapses: Tips for safety
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), trenching violations and excavation errors were a big problem in 2019. The agency hopes that 2020 will be better and has begun initiatives designed to provide workers (and their employers) with a better understanding of the need for safety measures. With...
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Child Victims Act explained
What is the Child Victims Act? The Child Victims Act was signed into law on February 14, 2019, by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. The Child Victims Act (CVA) extends the amount of time in which a survivor of child sexual abuse can file a civil or criminal lawsuit against...
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