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September 2013 Archives

New Jersey construction worker suffers work-related injuries

An outdoor construction job site is typically required to be insured with the same workers' compensation regulations as other local businesses that are equal in size and stature. The high risks that often accompany these job sites can require additional precautions as well as produce more work-related injuries. Recently, a New Jersey construction worker suffered work-related injuries from a dangerous tool that he was using while on the job.

New Jersey police officers suffer work-related injuries

Many businesses and municipal services implement strict guidelines and procedures to ensure their employees are able to work in a safe environment. Unfortunately, accidents can still happen in almost any profession. Three New Jersey law enforcement officials recently suffered work-related injuries while on duty in Seaside Park.

New Jersey child passenger accident prevention and safety tips

Although car accidents can be deadly for anyone, no one is more vulnerable than small children. Unfortunately, even the most diligent safety precautions do not always protect these young passengers from serious harm in car accidents. Recently, New Jersey Highway Traffic Safety officials promoted a special child passenger safety campaign for a week to inform parents and caretakers to use proper precaution with regard to car seat use to prevent a tragic accident.

Afternoon auto accident leaves 1 in hospital, 1 trapped

General opinions among Americans are similar regarding the times an auto accident is most likely to happen: late at night or very early in the morning. Most experts agree, reporting that the highest incidents of vehicular accidents occur after the sun sets and before it rises. However, in the case of a New Jersey auto accident, midday proved to be an unusually dangerous time.

New Jersey child injured in accident at amusement park.

There are few places that children are more excited to be taken by their families than an amusement park. They allow parents a temporary escape from reality and a chance to strengthen the bond with their children. There are dangers that exist at all public places and parents must remain as vigilant as possible. Recently, a four-year-old girl was injured in an accident on a ride at an amusement park in New Jersey.

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