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August 2017 Archives

National drunk driving statistics are sobering

Mothers Against Drunk Driving, often referred to by its acronym "MADD," is an organization that advocates for the end of preventable drunk driving accidents and fatalities. The organization has a presence in Colorado, as well as other states throughout the nation, and compiles statistics on drunk driving to use to further its important platform. This post will utilize some of MADD's most poignant findings to discuss the problem that drunk driving is for Coloradoans and Americans across the country.

Two die in wrong-way accident on Colorado highway

When driving down a Colorado highway or interstate, a driver may see a variety of different signs. There are signs that mark exits off of the roadways, and there are speed limit signs that tell drivers just how fast they may go according to the applicable laws. They may pass signs that tell them how far they must travel in order to reach cities and towns along the way, and they could see signs for restaurants, gas stations and other points of interest.

Nurses with work-related injuries may have rights to compensation

Individuals who enter the nursing profession often do so out of a desire to help others and serve those who are in need. Many Denver hospitals and doctors' offices are made better by the kind and considerate care offered by the nurses who staff them. Nurses are medical professionals who work long hours and perform difficult tasks so that others may feel better and recuperate from their ailments.

What are examples of distracted driving?

It is not uncommon for Colorado residents to find themselves distracted multiple times per day. They may find themselves pulled off of a work task to complete another responsibility, or they may lose their train of thought when an unexpected encounter takes their minds on a different path. Distractions are often harmless and only lead to lost time and attention. However, when they occur to a person who is driving a car the results can be deadly.

Steps to take after an accident with an uninsured motorist

It may seem to Denver residents that motor vehicle insurance is a pointless expense as long as they stay out of trouble and avoid traffic collisions. Unfortunately, though, even the best drivers cannot keep negligent drivers from crashing into them and causing both personal injuries and property damage through automobile accidents. When a vehicle crash occurs, once drivers have ensured that they are physically sound, most speak with the other drivers involved in their crash and exchange contact and insurance information.

3 common types of repetitive strain injuries for nurses

Nurses and other professionals who work in health care face some of the biggest risks when it comes to workplace injuries. Despite efforts from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to reduce the number of health-care employees who get hurt on the job, many workers still get hurt in this industry every year.

America’s most common office injuries

While there are well-documented risks associated with certain inherently dangerous careers, you tend to hear less about the types of injuries and health issues that can arise when you work in an office environment. While office-related injuries are less well-publicized, they can still prove highly damaging, and they have the capacity to affect many aspects of your overall health and wellness.

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