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One Dead After Semi-Truck, Vehicle Accident

August 19, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Semi-Truck Accidents In The News · Comments Off on One Dead After Semi-Truck, Vehicle Accident

One person is dead after a two-vehicle accident that happened on the 60 Freeway in Hacienda Heights early Thursday morning. This time it involved a semi-truck and a passenger vehicle.   According to the California Highway Patrol, the accident occurred just after 4:00 a.m. in the eastbound lanes of the freeway just before Hacienda Boulevard..

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Seven Injured After Crash on State Route 46

August 18, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Semi-Truck Accidents In The News · Comments Off on Seven Injured After Crash on State Route 46

Seven people have been hurt after a crash involving a tractor-trailer on SR-46 near Paso Robles. According to the California Highway Patrol, at approximately 3:42 a.m., the Peterbilt rig was being driven by a 19-year Greenfield man eastbound on the SR-46 East towards Flower Lane, in Shandon near Paso Robles when it swerved into the.

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The Safety Procedures of Truck Drivers

August 17, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Semi-Truck Accidents Featured Articles · Comments Off on The Safety Procedures of Truck Drivers

Semi trucks are multi-ton, monstrous behemoths that have come to dominate California’s highways and byways. From the ways some truck drivers operate their vehicles, it may seem like they do whatever they have to in order to get their freight delivered on time. Sure, there are federal and state laws that have to be followed,.

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Big-Rig, Motorcycle Accident Under Police Investigation

August 16, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Semi-Truck Accidents In The News · Comments Off on Big-Rig, Motorcycle Accident Under Police Investigation

A two-vehicle accident involving a motorcycle and a big rig at a San Bernardino intersection in the early hours on Tuesday morning has left one person injured. According to police investigators, a blue motorcycle traveling west on Baseline crashed into the semi-tractor trailer as the driver of the truck was making a left hand turn from.

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OSHA (Finally) Stepping Up Their Fines

August 12, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · OSHA Featured Articles · Comments Off on OSHA (Finally) Stepping Up Their Fines

For the past quarter century, fines handed down by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have not increased one cent. So, companies who violate federal mandates would may the same fine today that they paid in 1990 — with no adjustment for inflation. As such, it has become easier to afford ignoring worker safety.

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Janitor Awarded $193,000 for Asbestos Damage

August 7, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · OSHA Featured Articles · Comments Off on Janitor Awarded $193,000 for Asbestos Damage

When an employee reports that they are in danger at their workplace, they should be able to report that fact without any danger of repercussions.  This was not the case at Annapolis High School when a janitor was awarded $193,000 in damages and lost wages when she complained about being exposed to asbestos. The janitor.

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Watch Out for These Common Summer Injuries

August 5, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Personal Injury Featured Articles · Comments Off on Watch Out for These Common Summer Injuries

While temperatures have soared beyond normal highs this summer, millions of Americans have taken time out of their schedule to go out and enjoy the weather. Kids who are enjoying their last couple of weeks of freedom before school starts are out in the neighborhood, playing with their friends while they can. You may have.

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Asbestos Problem in Old Buildings, OSHA Gets Involved

August 1, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · OSHA In The News Articles · Comments Off on Asbestos Problem in Old Buildings, OSHA Gets Involved

Asbestos is still hiding in many buildings. Renovations on an old structure can turn up asbestos and put the whole project on hold until it is removed. A former medical facility is that is being repurposed for use as a mixed-use assisted care facility in Levittown, Pennsylvania, had this happen. OSHA received an anonymous tip.

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The Most Dangerous Roads in California

July 31, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Blog - Car Accidents Category · Comments Off on The Most Dangerous Roads in California

California is one of the biggest and most populated states in America. With about 29 million cars on our roads, accidents are bound to happen. In fact, more than 3,000 people were killed on our roads in 2014. Though accidents can occur anywhere, some roads are simply more dangerous than others. Some see heavy traffic.

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Semi-Tractor Trailer, Vehicle Crash on Highway 166

July 23, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Semi-Truck Accidents In The News · Comments Off on Semi-Tractor Trailer, Vehicle Crash on Highway 166

An accident involving a semi-tractor trailer and another vehicle that happened on Highway 166 between the Santa Maria Valley and the Cuyama Valley has left one man injured. According to fire officials, the man had been driving his vehicle when it collided with the big rig. Rescuers were able to get a Santa Barbara County.

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