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Accidents Support Group

Online. Supportive community dedicated to recovering from, and dealing with, the long-term stress of accidents and unexpected events (bicycle accidents, car and motorcycle accidents, workplace accidents, etc.). Deals with both the emotional and physical distress.
Website: http://dailystrength.org/support/traumas_injuries/accidents/ Verified: 10/16/2008

CRASH Foundation (Citizens for Reliable And Safe Highways)

Online. Dedicated to providing immediate compassionate support to truck crash survivors and families of truck crash victims. Referrals to grief counseling, medical services and truck crash experts. Phone support, conferences, advocacy, First Response Program and survivors network.

CRASH is dedicated to reducing the number of fatalities and injuries caused by truck-related crashes by:

  • pressing for corporate and government responsibility in transportation;
  • raising public awareness of truck-related safety issues;
  • reducing truck driver fatigue;
  • improving truck maintenance standards;
  • enforcing hazardous material regulations;
  • assuring clear and consistent truck placarding;
  • improving driver training and qualifications;
  • maintaining current truck size and weight limitations;
  • providing compassionate support to survivors, and to families of truck crash victims.

Write:
CRASH
2020 N. 14th St., Suite 710
Arlington, VA 22201

Voice: 1-888-353-4572
Fax: 703-294-6406
Website: http://www.trucksafety.org
E-mail: crash@trucksafety.org

The National Safety Council

The National Safety Council saves lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the roads, through leadership, research, education and advocacy.

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