Birth Injuries And Your Baby #infographic

Giving birth has always been risky. Parents worry about their child’s safety even before they’re born, but childbirth is usually the most exciting, agitating and anxious time of all the pregnancy. While with the medical and technological advances it has become safer and easier to control, it sometimes can go wrong causing mild or severe problems for the mother and/or the child.

According to this infographic by Wapner Newman, 6-8 out of every thousand born babies end up suffering birth injuries. Some of the most common birth injuries are cerebral palsy, hypoxia and head trauma. Unfortunately, these kinds of problems are, on occasion, due to medical malpractice or negligence. That’s why if you believe that your doctor might have done something wrong during the pregnancy or delivery, you should contact a Pennsylvania personal injury attorney to investigate the circumstances surrounding it. You deserve to know the truth and to receive appropriate compensation.

An infographic by Wapner Newman.

Large Truck Crashes In Pennsylvania #infographic

The trucking industry is one of the largest in the US. It is the preferred shipping method chosen by companies, transporting 70% of the nation’s commercial goods. That’s why large trucks are frequent users of Pennsylvania and New Jersey roads. Nonetheless, because of the responsibility of delivering so many products at the minimum possible time, trucking companies pressure their drivers to drive longer. In turn, this makes drivers sleep less, making them more susceptible to having an accident.

In this infographic by Wapner Newman, you will find how many accidents take place in Pennsylvania, which are the most common injuries and what errors might end up producing an accident. But especially, you will learn how to drive safely around a truck. Finally, remember to rest properly when driving so not to put other drivers in danger, and to call a specialized lawyer in case of an accident to make sure you are appropriately compensated for your injuries.

An infographic by Wapner Newman.