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Who should pay for your commercial vehicle accident?

Commercial vehicles are a crucial part of the American and Texas economies. Trucks and other large vehicles transport goods across the country, but in addition to the important role they play, truckers and commercial drivers have a special responsibility as well. These drivers are particularly responsible for driving safely around smaller, more vulnerable vehicles.

Is your work-related back pain a cause for concern?

As someone who works in the Texas oil drilling industry, you likely find your job fast-paced and exciting. You may enjoy the feeling of tiredness after a hard day's work, and you may also feel a sense of pride in the work that you accomplish. Though your job may seem fulfilling, you likely understand that it also poses considerable safety risks.

A crush injury on the oilfield can crush your financial stability

An emergency room physician in Texas who served in Iraq as a U.S. Army major says the work he does in peacetime prepared him for war. He deals with countless injuries -- some of which follow car crashes and accidents on construction sites. However, he says that regardless of whether the oil industry is booming or in a downturn, crush injuries among oil field workers are always prevalent.

Are you sharing the road with a tired truck driver?

The size and weight of 18-wheelers present enough of a concern to drivers in smaller vehicles. Many people either give semis a wide birth or pass them quickly in order to avoid them. Looking behind you and seeing one barreling toward you may cause you to pick up your speed.

Drilling home the facts regarding oil industry workplace hazards

Many Texas workers between ages 18 and 35 earn their livings in the oil industry. In San Antonio, Lubbock, Midland and surrounding regions, this type of work is a mainstay for a diverse population from various ethnic, racial and economic backgrounds. The work is not without its dangers, however, and preventing disaster often lies in knowing the risks ahead of time, as well as what to do if an accident occurs.

Increasing safety in Texas manufacturing facilities

Depending on the type and size of a manufacturing facility, a safety manager can be a key component to the continued health and well-being of every employee. However, a safety manager is not the only way to improve standards and implement safety measures within a manufacturing facility. Texas employers bear the responsibility of preventing accidents and making all workplaces as reasonably safe as possible.

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