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September 2011 Archives

Injured Maryland worker suffers partial thumb amputation

It is nothing you would want to make chicken soup with, especially now that a workplace accident left part of one Chickenstock worker's thumb in the mix. A laborer setting up lighting equipment for the United Way benefit concert Chickenstock Live! recently suffered a partial amputation on the job.

Cell phone apps take aim at distracted driving

When it comes to distracted driving, many consider text messaging while at the wheel extremely dangerous, and rightfully so. This practice takes a driver's eyes off the road, and it has been attributed as the cause for countless fatal car accidents in Maryland and around the United States.

Study: Baltimore and D.C. drivers have more car accidents

However well people may drive, where they live affects what they pay for car insurance. That is one reason drivers in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. cannot afford any moving violations on their records. They already live among the most unsafe drivers in the United States, according to Allstate's 2010 Best Driver's Report.

Safety board recommends ban on truckers and cell phones

Should truckers and other commercial drivers be banned from speaking on cell phones or texting messages while they are driving? According to one federal safety agency, the answer is a resounding "yes."

Two people killed and others injured in Maryland truck accident

When a large truck is involved in a traffic accident with another vehicle, the consequences can be devastating for people in smaller vehicles. Recently, a truck accident involving four cars and a rented truck has resulted in the death of two people and injuries to six others, including two children.

Despite improvements, millions of workers are injured each year

Although some progress has been made in preventing workplace injuries in Maryland and across the country, there is still room for improvement. Labor Day week is a good time to discuss workplace injuries and how injured workers can receive compensation for their injuries.

Baltimore researchers link temporary ER staff to medication errors

When you go to the hospital in Maryland, you have the right to expect that you will receive quality healthcare and that you will not be injured because of a medical mistake. Medical mistakes come in a variety of forms, but one area of increasing concern involves medication errors.

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