When walking into a grocery store, you don't expect anything bad to happen. You probably just want to get a few items for food for the week and get out. Most people plan their trips a few times a month, so they are familiar with the store, too. Still, despite knowing the store and the surroundings, injuries can still happen while you're there.
When you're hurt on the job, the first thing you should do is tell your employer. Don't wait until you get home or spend a few days considering your pain; you should immediately report any injury you suffer or do so as soon as possible. If you need medical care, a request can be placed with your employer under New Jersey law. In an emergency, you should seek care immediately.
As a motorcyclist, you do everything you can to stay safe on the roads. Despite this, you may still be involved in an accident due to other unsafe drivers. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, those driving motorcycles are at a 26 times higher risk than other kinds of passengers to be killed in a crash and have around a five times greater risk of injury.
When a pedestrian is involved in a car accident, that person is at a high risk of serious injuries. What kinds of injuries are most common? A report from October 2011 looked into the injury patterns of those struck by vehicles overseas, so the U.S. government and traffic administrations can help prevent these injuries within the United States as well. According to the paper, there were several areas of the body most commonly injured after being hit by a vehicle.