A former trucking regulator with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) reported that the agency has a list of commercial truck drivers with histories of serious safety violations. This information may bolster victim’s claims against commercial trucking operators, or … Read more
Accidents that kill or injure very young children are particularly troubling. Children who are not yet school age are highly vulnerable to all sorts of dangers – including being run over by a car that is backing up.
The federal … Read more
A respected nonprofit group, the Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, has released a report on the safest states to drive in. The report ranked the states based on the 15 traffic laws that the Advocates believe that all states … Read more
The evidence continues to build about serious brain injuries that athletes can suffer on the field – and, in the case of football, the failure of helmets to provide proper protection. A brain injury is one of the most serious … Read more
Pennsylvania Still Debating Distracted Driving Laws
A respected nonprofit safety organization, the Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, has issued a report saying that Pennsylvania is one of seven states that have a “dangerous lack of basic laws” regarding driving … Read more
Scranton and Wilkes-Barre are situated astride a confluence of interstate highways that carry many commercial vehicles. I-80, I-81, I-84 and other freeways are key pathways for the wheels of commerce. But they can also be the site of terrible truck … Read more
It is a problem we have all witnessed: careless and inconsiderate behavior on the road is almost as widespread as cars themselves. But the behaviors that sometimes only amount to minor annoyances for other drivers in the middle of Montana … Read more
In the United States, a network consisting of 1.8 million miles of pipelines delivers natural gas directly to consumers. Homes and businesses rely on this clean-burning and convenient fuel source every day for heating, cooking, and even power generation.… Read more
A recent state-by-state survey by the Governors Highway Safety Association found that motorcycle fatalities in the U.S. dropped by at least 2 percent in 2010. This is the second consecutive year of declines after eleven straight years of rising motorcycle … Read more
With the advances in medicine and technology, Americans expect the highest quality when it comes to medical devices. Unfortunately, that is not always the case.
Worldwide, demand for medical devices has exploded, with the United States claiming a large share … Read more