Injury to a Church Volunteer, Who Pays?

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Steve, a hypothetical church volunteer in this example, is a longtime, trusted, and active church member. Steve helps the church in all manner of tasks, from participating in counting the weekly collection on Sunday morning to knocking off icicles on the church gutters. Recently Steve was injured on church property when he fell about six […]

Stop Backover Accidents in your Commercial Auto Fleet

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Approximately 60 occupational fatalities occur each year due to backover accidents. This number can be reduced by implementing additional safety standards for your commercial auto fleet and reduce your auto insurance premiums. OSHA’s standard for motor vehicles only requires a backup alarm “audible above the surrounding noise level” on any vehicle with “an obstructed view […]