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Workplace injuries can happen when you least expect them, particularly if you work in industries like construction, trucking, or in a warehouse. Depending on the nature of the injury, you may be out of work for an extended period and face costly medical expenses. Fortunately, in the state of Maryland, all employers are required to » Read More
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There is no denying the fact that driving at night is more difficult than driving during daylight hours, and it should be noted that daylight hours are decreasing since the East Coast turned the clocks back in early November. Shortened daylight hours put drivers at an increased risk of car accidents due to many factors... Read More
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When an employee suffers a workplace injury that causes him or her to be out of work for some time, Workers’ Compensation benefits ensure that the injured worker receives the medical treatment necessary, reimbursement for lost wages, as well as a reasonable amount of time off to heal and recover. If the injury is severe, » Read More
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Is it possible to drive safely on ice? The answer is a resounding no. However, it is possible to stay safe this winter by first correcting some common misconceptions about driving on icy roads. Driving in a warm climate: Even warm climates found in southern states like the Carolinas and Florida can experience icy road » Read More
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Twice a year, the non-profit company, Leapfrog, releases its safety ratings report for hospitals across the country. The company uses a range of sources to measure safety, including the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Leapfrog Hospital Survey. While only 32 percent of the 2,600 hospitals » Read More
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Last month, the lives of three young children in Indiana were tragically cut short when they were hit by a car while crossing the street to get on their stopped school bus. The driver passed the stopped school bus even while the stop-arm was engaged. The accident made national news and raised awareness about the... Read More
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can often leave individuals dealing with chronic pain and discomfort. When over-the-counter medicines like ibuprofen and acetaminophen fail to provide enough pain relief, many workers resort to stronger options. According to a study by the University of Maryland School of Medicine, nearly one-third of Maryland workers who filed Workers’ Compensation claims resorted to opioid painkillers » Read More
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Every driver ends up in a traffic jam from time to time. For some drivers, the occasion may occur virtually every day, depending on the routes they take and the time in which they travel. If you think traffic jams are increasing, you are correct in your assessment. Overall, there are more vehicles on the » Read More
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Drowsy driving is a serious issue in the trucking industry, and is the reason behind many devastating truck accidents that have occurred in recent years. In an effort to address this problem and prevent future truck accidents, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) plans to conduct a study on how truck drivers’ schedules impact » Read More
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In May 2017, singer Chris Cornell took his own life in his hotel room after performing at a concert in Detroit. While the singer had a history of drug abuse, Cornell’s family believes that he was prescribed a dangerous mix of prescription opioids and anxiety medication. The lawsuit also claims that the doctor who prescribed » Read More
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