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Drunk driving and motor vehicle accident statistics

When a person drinks too much alcohol, he or she should refrain from getting behind the wheel. This will ensure that they avoid causing an accident or getting in trouble with the police. Every year, though, tens of thousands of people are arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. Furthermore, many drunk drivers cause

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What are the consequences of birth injuries?

When a woman goes into labor, it is imperative that her health be monitored at all times. The same holds true of the baby, both before and after birth. In most cases, the delivery goes off without a problem. There are times, however, when a birth injury occurs. Birth injuries are extremely serious. Not only

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Fatalities from and causes of large truck accidents

In 2012, approximately 104,000 people were injured and 3,921 killed in motor vehicle accidents involving large trucks. The number of injuries was an 18 percent increase from 2011, while the death toll was a 4 percent increase. Residents of Maryland might be surprised about the causes of these crashes and the number of large trucks

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Whiplash injuries in Maryland car accidents

A whiplash injury may result from any sort of car accident. No matter how severe the impact may have been, the sudden shock that comes with an automobile wreck can cause the head and neck to jolt around. This can be very harmful to the neck, spine and head. The specific damage from whiplash injuries

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Driving while impaired

Motor vehicle accidents caused by impaired drivers are a serious problem in Maryland. According to research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, impaired drivers cause approximately 30 deaths each day across the country. These accidents have a yearly cost of nearly $60 million. When an impaired driver causes an accident, it may be

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Worker injuries decline in 2013

Workers in Maryland might already know that the workplace environment has become safer over the past decade. Workplace injuries, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, declined once again in 2013. The continuing of this trend requires cooperation on the part of many different safety groups and employers. Programs supporting occupational safety and health have

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The consequences of distracted driving

Distracted driving is broadly defined as anything that could take a driver’s focus off of his or her primary task. Examples of distracted driving include using a cellphone to call or send a text message, which is against the law in Maryland and many other states, or eating or drinking while driving. Something as simple

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