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Are you familiar with these common driving errors?

Like many people, you spend a lot of time behind the wheel. And like many people, you will do whatever you can to remain safe at all times.

Unfortunately, even if you're taking steps to remain safe, there are times when other drivers make a mistake. If this happens and you're driving in close proximity to the other driver, it's possible you could be involved in an accident.

Teen drivers: Safest state for driving is Maryland

Parents of teenagers in Maryland may breathe a bit easier since Carinsurance.com released information stating that Maryland is the safest state for teens drivers.

Teen drivers have a high risk of being involved in car crashes. Teens -- just like adults -- drive distracted, under the influence or while fatigued. These are common reasons for crashes involving teenagers.

Yes, you can appeal a workers’ compensation denial

It can be extremely frustrating to suffer an on the job injury. Depending on the severity, you may be unable to return to work in the near future.

With this in mind, you may realize that filing a claim for workers' compensation benefits is the best thing you can do.

What’s the best treatment strategy for an ankle sprain?

Did you recently suffer an ankle sprain on the job? Are you concerned about how to best treat this injury?

If you find yourself in this position, it's important to consult with an experienced medical team. While you may assume that you have a sprained ankle, tests could show something much more serious.

New medical device may quickly diagnose brain bleeding

Each year, 2.5 million people go to the emergency room because they believe they have a head injury, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Many of these injured people will undergo a CT scan. In over 90 percent of the scans, no injury is shown at a cost of about $1,200 each.

A new medical device approved last year by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) can, with 87 percent accuracy, determine if a person who has suffered a head injury likely has bleeding in the brain. The handheld EEG device, which was featured in a clinical trial described in Academic Emergency Medicine, measures the amount of electrical activity in the brain. An algorithm is then used to determine if brain bleeding is likely in the patient. So far, the clinical trial has only studied the device's use in adults. It is not known how it would work with teenagers or children.

How to receive compensation after a ladder fall

Do you regularly work at height? For example, this may be the case if you work in the construction industry.

Although you do your best to remain safe, you know that you could be involved in an accident at some point. For example, your foot could slip as you climb a ladder. Or maybe another worker bumps into the ladder as you attempt to make your way to the ground.

Bike and pedestrian accidents can cause serious injury

It goes without saying that you can be seriously injured in a motor vehicle accident.

Taking this one step further, you're at even greater risk if you're involved in an accident with a motor vehicle when walking or riding a bike. Here's why: You don't have much, if any, protection.

Are you familiar with the symptoms of whiplash?

If your vehicle is struck from behind, such as by a car or truck, there is a chance that you could suffer whiplash. This holds true regardless of if you are the driver of the vehicle or a passenger.

This type of serious injury occurs when your neck suddenly snaps forward and back. Not only can this cause pain and discomfort immediately following the accident, but left untreated it can remain a problem for many months and years into the future.

National Work Zone Awareness Week

Last week was National Work Zone Awareness Week, with a theme of "Work Zone Safety Is in Your Hands." On April 5, all roadway safety professionals were encouraged to wear orange in an effort to show their support for safety in work zones. The American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) wanted those in orange to be sure to post pictures on their social media pages with #Orange4Safety.

The National Work Zone Awareness week started in 1999. It was a means of showing both motorists and workers how hazardous work zones could be. According to the American Road &Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA), almost 600 people are killed each year in work zones. Another 30,000 are injured. Road construction workers account for around 120 of the fatalities each year.

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