Smartphone Usage Possibly Linked To On-the-Job Car Crashes: NCCI Study
The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) has released a new research brief examining a recent increase in the frequency and severity of workers compensation (WC) claims for motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) and discussing potential contributing factors. “Continued advances in workplace safety have helped drive a long-term decline in workers compensation claim frequency,” said Bill
More Than Half Of Consumers Paid For Major Car Repairs In The Past 5 Years, Study Says
Many American drivers who have to pay for unexpected, major car repairs could be at risk of facing costs they cannot afford.
Scientists Modify Rubber to Heal Punctures
A team of German and Finnish scientists have developed a new kind of rubber that self-heals after it is punctured, according to the thestatesman.com. Amit Das, the lead author of the study, and his fellow scientists published their findings in the latest issue of “Applied Materials & Interfaces,” a journal of the American Chemical Society.