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America’s most common construction site injuries

If you make a living as a construction worker in Indiana, you face hazards every time you clock in for the workday. The very nature of your position puts you at risk for a broad range of injuries, but your chances of suffering certain types of injuries are higher than they are for others. At Gardner & Rans PC, we are highly familiar with the types of injuries commonly suffered by people in your line of work, and we have helped many clients begin to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of a construction site accident.

What is the CDL clearinghouse?

As you travel alongside tractor trailers on the road, you may assume that the truck driver operating the massive vehicle is property trained, licensed and qualified to be driving the big rig. This, however, is not always true. Negligent truck drivers, who are drunk, distracted, unlicensed or have other moving violations, put other peoples’ lives at risk every day in Indiana and across the U.S. In an attempt to decrease the number of people who lose their lives in large truck accidents each year, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has created a Commercial Driver’s License Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse.

Don't run out of time before pursuing your rightful compensation

Countless individuals over the years have suffered injuries due to the negligence of another party. Similar injuries, especially ones that are severe, can have a devastating impact on your ability to perform many daily tasks. If your incident caused you serious harm, and believe another party to be at fault, chances are you will be seeking some much-needed compensation for your financial losses.

Road rage: Identifying the signs

Aggressive driving is a serious problem on the roads of Indiana and throughout the United States. According to AAA, road rage is involved in more than half of all motor vehicle accident deaths in the U.S. Whether people are angry from sitting in traffic or are late to an important meeting, motorists who drive in a reckless and negligent manner put other peoples’ lives in danger. All motorists should be aware of the signs of road rage so that they may be able to avoid becoming the victim of a catastrophic car accident.

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