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Vocal Cord Paralysis

Not all injuries cause serious or long-lasting pain. In fact, some cause disabilities that can be just as difficult to deal with. One of these types of injuries is called vocal cord paralysis, which is caused by a hard blow to the head, throat, or chest. Vocal cord paralysis can occur in a traffic accident,…

Child Passengers Distract More Than You Think

Researchers at Monash University have discovered just how distracting children in the backseat can be. Most people are aware of the distractions caused by cell phones, which is why the researchers decided to compare the distractions of children to that of talking on a phone while driving. The study chose 12 families with children and…

There Is a Subtle Yet Distinct Difference Between Reckless and Careless Driving

Over 2.3 million people are injured in motor vehicle crashes every year, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Most of those injuries are caused by negligence and violations of the law. Speeding is a violation of traffic law. We all know this, but what kind of violation is it? That depends on how…

Loose Debris and Improperly Loaded Truck Cargo

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that there are over 300,000 truck accidents annually. Roughly 73 percent of fatalities caused in truck accidents are the occupants of the passenger vehicle, 10 percent are non-occupants such as cyclists and pedestrians, and 18 percent are the occupants of the truck. Not all truck accidents that are…

Tall Vehicles Are at Risk of Rolling Over

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, larger vehicles have a higher rate of fatal rollover than smaller vehicles. While larger vehicles such as SUVs, vans, and pickup trucks are safer in just about every other circumstance, their high center of gravity works against them in rollovers. And, rollovers are incredibly dangerous. They only…

Properly Adjusting Your Car Mirrors Can Save You From an Accident

Cars in the U.S. have seen a steady size creep within the last couple decades. In fact, since 1987, the average car became over 24 percent heavier by 2010 (the average car weighed 4,009 pounds in 2010). The larger a vehicle is, the more dangerous it is to every other vehicle, pedestrian, and cyclist on…