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Committed support for truck accident victims

Large trucks, like semis and delivery vehicles, can create a lot of harm when they are the cause of roadway accidents. A Texas resident who is unfortunate enough to be involved in a collision with a truck will quickly learn how devastating such incidents can be. From suffering serious injuries to losing time and work opportunities as they recover, victims can feel the effects of truck accidents for years.

How can workplace repetitive stress injuries develop?

Some workplace injuries are suffered by victims of serious accidents and unexpected events. For example, when a trench collapses at a construction site, Texas workers may suffer a range of injuries as they are pulled from the debris of their accident. However, many workers are hurt every year in a much more subtle way. Rather than becoming victims of big events, they suffer harm from doing their jobs over and over each day.

Impact speed makes a difference in pedestrian crashes

The speed at which a driver is traveling can dictate how severe a person's injuries are when they're involved in a pedestrian accident. It makes sense to say that the faster a vehicle goes, the greater the chance of injuries or fatalities upon impact. What might not be as clear is how fast a vehicle can go and still give a person a chance at survival.

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