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MTA Bus Crashes Into Building Causing 6 Injuries

At approximately 10:15 a.m. on a recent Friday morning, an MTA bus crashed into a building in Brooklyn. The incident happened at Ralph Avenue and St. Mark’s Avenue and resulted in six injuries. Bus B45 was traveling through Brooklyn without any customers inside when the…

6 Scaffold Safety Tips For Construction Workers

Scaffolds are integral parts of most construction sites, but just because workers use them day in and day out does not mean that they’re using them safely. In fact, even workers who have been thoroughly trained on scaffold safety may become complacent over time and…

What Is A Jackknifing Crash And How Do Drivers Avoid It?

It’s common to hear the term “jackknifing” in reference to automobile accidents in the news. For example, perhaps you’ve heard this before: “A semitruck jackknifed along the interstate.” But do you really know what it means to “jackknife” a car, and how do we avoid…

Nursing Home Neglect And Abuse Come In Many Forms

Nursing home abuse is a huge problem that no senior citizen should have to worry about, but it is a daily occurrence in this country. It is imperative that anyone who is in a nursing home, and those who have a loved one in such…

How To Live Through A Potentially Fatal Rollover Vehicle Accident

A rollover vehicle accident usually happens in an instant. When the rollover begins to occur, the drivers and passengers in the vehicle don’t have a lot of time to react. However, there may be a few things you can do to survive such an incident.…

What You Do After A Car Accident Is Important: Take These Steps

If you are part of a car accident, it’s easy to lose track of what you’re doing. Even with the best intentions, it’s possible you could make a mistake that ends up costing you in the long run. To protect against this, it’s important to…



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