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September 2013 Archives

Drugged driving more dangerous than many think

Car accidents are caused by many different factors. Distracted driving, speeding and drunk driving all contribute to their fair share of car accidents in New Hampshire, but a new study discusses the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs and how drugged driving has increased during the last few years due to prescription drug abuse. 

Construction deaths increased last year

Workplace accidents are very common in the construction industry. Unfortunately, fatal construction accidents have increased in 2012, according to a new report by the U.S. Labor Department. Workplace fatalities have increased by five percent in the construction industry during the last year.

Texting while driving increases risk of car accident

Cellphone use has increased in the United States, and with the ever-changing technology, cellphones will only get more complex to meet our needs. While cellphones have become a great way to stay connected, it has also contributed to the growing problem of distracted driving. 

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