Burns are some of the most painful and terrible on-the-job injuries you can suffer -- and the consequences can last for a lifetime.
When you're out on the highway at night, one of the most stomach-churning sights you can see is another car's headlights coming your way, in your lane. It means that there's a driver on the road who is going the wrong way, and he or she may not even realize the danger that they're in -- let alone the danger they're putting everyone else in.
You've been in a serious car wreck. Despite your injuries, you thought you'd be back on your feet by now -- but you just aren't progressing like you'd expected.
Burn injuries are always painful and usually debilitating -- but the consequence of a burn can continue long past the initial injury. The damage from the complications of a burn injury is often the true cause of disability and death.
Depending on where you live and the activities you have on your plate for the day ahead, you may find yourself walking, jogging or cycling in close proximity to motor vehicle traffic.
If you're diagnosed with a concussion, such as the result of a slip-and-fall accident, you'll want to work with your medical team to implement a treatment plan designed to help you make a full recovery.
Don't assume that man's best friend is always man's best friend. While most dogs are friendly, there are plenty that are aggressive and looking for trouble.
It doesn't matter if you're walking in a grocery store, shopping mall, office building or casino, there's always a possibility of a slip-and-fall accident.
As a pedestrian, you understand the importance of keeping close tabs on everything that's happening around you. But even so, there's no guaranteed way to prevent a pedestrian-car accident.
As a bicycle commuter, you enjoy the ability to avoid traffic jams, exercise on your way to and from work and save money.