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Five Leading Causes of Nonfatal, Unintentional Injury in the United States

According to the Office of Statistics and Programming, as well as the National Center for Injury Prevention, there are five leading causes of nonfatal, unintentional injuries for all races and sexes. The Consumer Product Safety Commission conducted a study in 2005 to determine these causes and rank them according to how many individuals in the age group between 35 and 75 suffered from them:

• Fall—2,821,651 Cases
• Overexertion—1,370,849 Cases
• Struck by or Against—1,269,173 Cases
• MC-Occupant—1,112,422 Cases
• Cut or Pierce—890,177 Cases
Man Fallen from a Ladder

Contact us to discover why our motorized garage lift system is able to prevent these types of injuries.

Lift NOT designed for people.