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Nontraffic Injuries Involving Children

Numerous studies have been performed regarding the number of car accidents involving children. However, until recently, little data offered insight into the high rate of nontraffic vehicular incidents also affecting children. Nontraffic accidents such as a child death from being locked in a hot car or being run over in a driveway were once thought » Read More


Top Causes of Car Accidents

Car accidents continue to be a leading cause of death for younger Americans, despite the continuous development of advanced safety precaution mechanisms. Air bags, anti-lock brake systems and hands-free blue tooth features have improved significantly over the last few years. Cars now come equipped with cameras for additional vantage points, and safety warnings sound when » Read More


Pregnancy Intensifies Domestic Violence

A relationship that already involves domestic violence can worsen when a pregnancy enters the equation, according to experts. A 2001 study by researchers at Georgia Health Sciences University found that violence is overtaking traditional causes of maternal deaths like preeclampsia and hemorrhage. According to a report from the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, every » Read More


Federal Panel Finds Tesla and Drivers Both Responsible for Fatal Crash

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) determined that Tesla and the two drivers involved share responsibility for the first fatal car accident involving semiautonomous driving technology. In 2016, a man was killed when his Tesla Model S sedan crashed into a tractor trailer that was turning in front of him. The Tesla driver had been » Read More


Co-parenting Through the Holidays

For divorced couples, agreeing on a co-parenting arrangement that meets everyone’s expectations can be challenging, especially when it comes to the holidays. Spending those special days apart can be tough for parents and children alike. A fair and reasonable holiday co-parenting plan includes plenty of time for children to make memories with both parents. Here » Read More


Thanksgiving Safe Travel Tips

The American Automobile Association (AAA) estimates that more than 48 million drivers in the United States will travel more than 50 miles this Thanksgiving weekend. As traffic increases over the upcoming holiday weekend, so will the risk of serious car accidents. Distracted, drowsy, and intoxicated drivers cause thousands of serious and fatal accidents every year. » Read More


New Jersey Child Custody Relocation Standards

New Jersey divorced parents wishing to move out of state should familiarize themselves with updated child custody relocation standards. Per a recent New Jersey State Supreme Court decision, custodial parents seeking to relocate need to prove the move is in the child’s best interests. This decision raises the burden of proof for the primary custodial » Read More


Thursday is the Deadliest Day for Truck Accidents

Statistics show that Thursday is the deadliest day of the week for truckers. Even truck drivers with many years of experience can make mistakes that lead to major truck crashes. Being more conscious of possible mistakes is one way to improve safety. Driver error is a major contributor to crashes on the road, but drivers » Read More


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Nontraffic Injuries Involving Children

December 11, 2017
Numerous studies have been performed regarding the number of car accidents involving children. Howev..

Top Causes of Car Accidents

December 4, 2017
Car accidents continue to be a leading cause of death for younger Americans, despite the continuous ..