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Garbage Truck Accidents: Was the truck's blind spot involved?

Early in the morning in most cities, a fleet of garbage trucks, recycling trucks and yard waste trucks travel the streets and roads of the community. These trucks can usually be driven from the right or left side of the cab depending upon the task at hand

World Cup-- soccer and head injuries

The 2010 World Cup started on June 11, 2010, with South America and Mexico drawing a tie in the first match of the tournament. Every four years, the United States, with increasing popularity, diverts their attention away from golf, baseball and basketball to enjoy the sporting event that enthralls the rest of the world on a daily (if not hourly) basis.

Attorney Michael M. Shea, Jr. Pens Editorial for The Mercury News

Attorney Michael M. Shea, Jr. recently wrote an editorial in The Mercury News, San Jose's largest newspaper. In this editorial, he tackled an issue that's close and personal to him: the concussion risk in youth sports. And for that reason, he wrote to express support for AB 2108, also known as the "Safe Youth Football Act." The bill would have mandated that all participants in youth tackle football be at least 12 years old.

Brain Injury Professional Includes Article Featuring Attorney Michael M. Shea, Jr.

First established in 2003 and acting as the official publication of the North American Brain Injury Society, Brain Injury Professional (BIP) has since become a go-to source for all things brain injury related. Medical doctors, legal professionals, special educators, and many more people all around the country turn to BIP for the latest updates and news about brain injury care, legislation, and so forth. As a staple of the publication, leading and influential individuals and companies are interviewed and featured in informational articles every publishing cycle.

How to Fireproof Your Fourth of July Weekend

Summer is here, ushering in a slew of outdoor activities like barbecues, camping, and fireworks. Of course, what Independence Day would feel complete without the bright and fiery sparkle of fireworks dancing in the sky? Unfortunately, every year, at least 10,000 individuals get hurt or burned from fireworks, half of which are often children under the age of 14. To prevent this from happening to you or your children, take some important precautions to keep your summer celebrations safe and free from fire-related accidents.

Ways to Accident Proof Your Pool Area

If your home has a pool, it is probably your family's greatest form of respite from the summer heat. With the kids at home for the summer, however, it might be hard to always keep track of their whereabouts in the home, and you cannot always keep your eyes on the pool. To prevent accidents from happening, you can take some safety precautions to accident proof your pool and ensure your children do not get into any dangerous mischief that might cause them harm.

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