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May 2017 Archives

How many people die in work zone crashes?

When it comes to motor vehicle collisions and on-the-job accidents, there are many angles to consider. In Detroit, and cities across the state of Michigan, some workers lose their lives in these crashes, while others are left with injuries that permanently alter the course of their lives. Sadly, work zones are especially dangerous, and it is important for employers, workers and the families of those who are employed in this occupation to understand just how deadly these accidents can be.

What is drowsy driving?

From the consumption of alcohol to drug use, speeding, ice on the roads and carelessness, motor vehicle collisions occur for a wide variety of reasons. In Detroit, and in other cities throughout Michigan, some people may find themselves in an accident because of drowsy driving. Sadly, falling asleep at the wheel and driving tired can be especially dangerous and has claimed far too many lives over the years.

Protecting the health of health care workers

Health care workers are some of the most valuable employees in Michigan, risking their health and safety to provide care and support for the ill and injured. Due to the high-risk and high-stress nature of this type of job, it is no surprise that hospitals are some of the most dangerous places to work.

A voice for victims of electrical shock

In the workplace, countless threats are present. For those who work in construction, job sites can be especially dangerous in Detroit, and all over Michigan. At Adler Stilman, we know how devastating these types of injuries can be, whether a worker falls from a high place, is struck by falling debris or becomes injured using dangerous machinery. Moreover, some people are hurt or even pass away due to electrical shock.

Understanding workplace PTSD

When you think about post-traumatic stress disorder, you may initially associate this condition with high-stress occupations, such as the military. However, you may develop PTSD at your Michigan workplace. At Adler Stilman, PLLC, we understand that this condition can have a far-reaching impact on your life.

You might be a millenial if you: Drive while distracted?

If you enjoy the occasional comic affair, you might be familiar with the comedian who often tells redneck jokes. He begins his segments with the phrase, "You know you're a redneck if..." and follows it up with hilarious quips to which many rural dwellers can relate. The title of this post is obviously a play on words, but the topic behind it is no joke. Distracted driving causes accidents in Michigan and throughout the nation every day.

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