Working in the construction industry in New Jersey can be extremely dangerous and, in some cases, deadly. The leading causes of construction worker fatalities are falls, electrocutions, being hit by an object or getting caught between objects. In the construction industry, these are known as the "Fatal Four."
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Bicycling's popularity is on the upswing. About 12.4 percent of Americans cycle on a regular basis and there were 47.5 million U.S. biker riders in 2017 alone. Biking is a fun, healthy and ecofriendly way to get around.
Pet owners love their animals; they ensure their pets have the best life by feeding them, giving them attention and talking them out on daily walks. However, there is new evidence that a daily walk with a pet may put your hip at risk.
Unfortunately, pedestrian fatality is on the rise. Even a simple walk down the street can prove dangerous. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a pedestrian is killed every two hours or injured every eight minutes in crashes with vehicles, a startling statistic.
We all want to be safe when we're out walking. This time of year, shorter days mean it's harder to see-and be seen-when you're walking in the early morning or evening hours.
Personal injury protection (PIP) coverage is auto insurance that the state requires all drivers to have before they head out on the road. If you receive any injuries from a motor vehicle crash, this insurance covers medical care, any income you lost as a result and death benefits for your next of kin.