As summer gives way to autumn, it's not uncommon to find yourself on the road when the rain begins to fall.
A crush injury occurs when an extreme amount of pressure is put on a body part, such as a foot or hand. This typically occurs when the body part is squeezed between two objects, such as a motor vehicle and wall.
During the summer months, you may find yourself working in extreme heat. Even if you're working indoors, such as in a factory or warehouse, the heat can become unbearable during this time of the year.
There are not many cars still on American roads that do not have seat belts installed. Nearly all of them are all-terrain vehicles or other special use vehicles. Seat belts are generally considered a lifesaving device, although people in the Granite State have the option of not using them.