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July 2016 Archives

Motorcycle accident claims life of Oklahoma woman


An Oklahoma woman was recently killed in a motorcycle accident in another state. According to authorities, the 61-year old woman died of head injuries following the motorcycle accident and another motorcyclist was also seriously injured in the accident. The accident occurred when a group of motorcyclists were travelling in the left-hand lane and a semi-truck began merging from the right-hand lane and into the left-hand lane. As a result, one motorcyclist was unable to slow down in time and hit the back of a trailer another motorcyclist was hauling. One motorcycle went into a median but regained control and the other motorcycle laid down as a result.

How do I spot the symptoms of a traumatic brain injury?


The impact of a traumatic brain injury last a lifetime. However, depending on the nature and severity of the brain injury, brain injuries can sometimes hide or the symptoms may be difficult to immediately spot. Because brain injuries are becoming increasingly common, including as a result of car accidents, it is useful to know the symptoms of traumatic brain injuries and how to spot them.

Train accidents by the numbers and help for victims


It is important to understand the full impact of train accidents. Over the past 10 years, with the exception of one year, the number of train accident collisions in the United States has increased. In 2010, there were a total of 2,051 train accidents followed by 2,061 train accidents in 2011; 1,985 train accidents in 2012; 2,102 train accidents in 2013; 2,291 train accidents in 2014; and a slight drop over the previous year at 2,059 train accidents in 2015. The number of train accidents in 2014 and 2015 are based on preliminary statistics.

Truck accident victims have resources available to them


Unfortunately, the driving public is sometimes placed at risk when truck drivers and trucking companies do not follow regulations that limit the number of hours a truck driver can be behind the wheel. Excessive driving, without proper breaks, can lead to difficulty concentrating and may result in truck accidents.

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