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Monthly Archives: September 2023

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Too Many School Zone Crashes, Injuries, and Deaths

By Cameron Law |

Police forces throughout Nevada are joining forces to increase safety in school zones – including placing increased patrols around schools – in an effort to prevent accidents, based on just how dangerous last year was for our students: In just one Nevada county (Washoe), there were more than 20 crashes, half of which occurred… Read More »

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Nevada Declared An “Ambulance Desert”: What This Means for Your Safety

By Cameron Law |

According to a new nationwide study, every county in Nevada is considered what’s known as an “ambulance desert,” meaning that they are populated areas with ambulance service areas that are not adequately staffed or resourced. In fact, the entire state has the fewest number of ambulance stations per 1,000 square miles in the entire… Read More »

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New Study Reveals Why Distracted Driving Is So Much More Dangerous Than Previously Thought

By Cameron Law |

According to a recent study, distracted driving is even more unsafe than previously thought. In 2021, more than 3,500 drivers in the US died in traffic accidents linked to distracted driving. While the primary source of distracted driving is the use of one’s cell phone, other dangerous activities at the top of the list… Read More »

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FedEx Comes Under Scrutiny for Driver Accident Rates

By Cameron Law |

FedEx has of late come under scrutiny for the number of accidents their drivers have been in, and the potential danger this poses to the general public. According to the US Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, the company – which employs approximately 6,000 delivery and big-rig contractors – had almost 90 fatal accidents in… Read More »

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6 Examples of Hotel Negligence in Swimming Pool Accidents

By Cameron Law |

A swimming pool can be a fun and relaxing place for hotel guests, but it can also be a dangerous one. Every year there are numerous accidents in hotel swimming pools that result in serious injuries or even fatalities. Many – but not all – of these accidents are caused by hotel negligence. Hotels… Read More »

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8 Common Injuries in Truck Accidents

By Cameron Law |

Truck accidents can be devastating and life-changing events. The impact of a truck accident can cause serious injuries that require expensive medical attention and lengthy recovery time. Unfortunately, these accidents are becoming more frequent, and many people are not aware of the common types of injuries that can occur. If you or someone you… Read More »

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“Trapped Under Trucks”: Dangerous Underride Crashes

By Cameron Law |

Underride crashes occur when a smaller compact car slides partly under the side or back of a commercial truck between the wheels during a collision. These accidents can lead to devastating injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, serious head and neck injuries, PTSD, and even death for those in the compact cars due to the… Read More »

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Uber Under Fire for Negligence & Harming Passengers

By Cameron Law |

Uber is once again under fire after a 21-year passenger was abandoned on a busy highway by one of the company’s drivers and eventually killed. Reports indicate that the passenger was in the Uber with five other passengers when the driver had to pull over to let one of them out. The driver then… Read More »

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“Death by Design” How America’s Cars Are Deadly to Pedestrians

By Cameron Law |

Unfortunately, pedestrian accidents are on a steep incline in large part due to two key factors: vehicles becoming much bigger and heavier (with terrible visibility), and more and more people living in areas with more dangerous roads. In 2022, more than 7,500 pedestrians were killed on U.S. roads, reflecting the highest rate in the… Read More »

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