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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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How Truck Accidents Differ From Other Motor Vehicle Accidents

July 18, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Semi-Truck Accidents Featured Articles · Comments Off on How Truck Accidents Differ From Other Motor Vehicle Accidents

We’re willing to bet you or someone you know has been in some kind of car accident before. Chances are, it was a fender bender or some other minor wreck that was little more than an annoyance. Even in a major car accident, both drivers and their passengers often come out of it with little.

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Top Workplace Accidents by Occupation

July 18, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · OSHA Featured Articles · Comments Off on Top Workplace Accidents by Occupation

Workplace injuries are a fact of life. Whether you work on an oil rig or in a cubicle, there are dangers inherent with every job. But, as you may imagine, there are some jobs that are just more dangerous than others. California is home to a wide range of industries, many of which fall into.

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Do I Have a Personal Injury Case?

July 18, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Personal Injury Featured Articles · Comments Off on Do I Have a Personal Injury Case?

Whether you have been in a car wreck, suffered from medical malpractice or in some other way been injured, you may be wondering if you have a case. Thousands of personal injury lawsuits are filed every year and, unfortunately, many are lost. That’s because the plaintiff — the person who filed the suit — and their.

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Semi Truck Crashes Into Hotel, Kills Guest

July 15, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Semi-Truck Accidents In The News · Comments Off on Semi Truck Crashes Into Hotel, Kills Guest

According to the El Paso Police Department, the 18-wheeler suddenly veered out of an eastbound lane of Interstate 10 through parking lots, through trees, a brick wall and then struck the Studio 6 Hotel. Investigators aren’t clear on what may have caused the truck to leave the highway. The 52-year old man was inside his.

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How One Man Changed NASCAR’s View on Brain Injuries

July 14, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Blog - Brain Injury Category · Comments Off on How One Man Changed NASCAR’s View on Brain Injuries

America has a deep love-hate relationship with NASCAR racing. Though viewership has been declining in recent years, it is still one of America’s favorite sports. This is especially true in the American South, where races at the Daytona Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway still draw sellout crowds every year. It’s no surprise that one of the.

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The Most Aggressive Dog Breeds

July 6, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Blog - Dog Attack Injury · Comments Off on The Most Aggressive Dog Breeds

Dog attacks are a scary situation. If it is a feral dog, there is the threat of rabies and other diseases. But if it’s a dog you are familiar with, you may lose all trust in your pet. And if it is a friend’s dog, or one who has an owner otherwise, you may become.

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ExxonMobil Refinery Postpones Opening, Unexpected Operational Delays

July 5, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · OSHA Featured Articles · Comments Off on ExxonMobil Refinery Postpones Opening, Unexpected Operational Delays

The restart of an ExxonMobil refinery in Torrance that was damaged in an explosion last year has been postponed due to unexpected operational delays. According to officials with the South Coast Air Quality Management District (AMOD), ExxonMobil began notifying about 11,000 area residents and businesses located near the plant regarding the restart. Now they have.

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Gas Station Owner Facing OSHA Fines

July 1, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · OSHA In The News Articles · Comments Off on Gas Station Owner Facing OSHA Fines

The owners of a gas station where an employee was killed in an armed robbery may be facing an additional $14,000 in fines from OSHA for not having had enough safety measures in place to protect employees. In October of 2015, Ashiwin Patel, 57, of Edison, was shot and killed inside the Getty gas station.

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The Most Common Mortgage Fraud Schemes

June 30, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Blog - Ethics Category · Comments Off on The Most Common Mortgage Fraud Schemes

It’s unfortunate that, in this day in age, millions of consumers are taken advantage of each year through a variety of different fraud schemes. Though huge fraudsters like Bernie Madoff make the news, the sad fact is that other fraudsters seem to vanish into thin air after emptying their victim’s bank account. And all too.

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