If there is one thing that every workplace has but should not subject its employees to, it's hazards. It's impossible to eliminate hazards completely, and the majority of businesses do a good job protecting those who work for them. However, sometimes, employers aren't good about addressing problems and don't take care of hazards that could cause injuries.
Rear-end crashes can be quite serious depending on how they happen. When one car hits the rear of another, there's the potential for the airbags to deploy. There could be crushing injuries or other injuries from the impact, too. Anyone who wasn't wearing a seat belt might be thrown or hit a window, the dashboard or windshield, suffering serious injuries.
There were 783 bicyclists killed in traffic crashes in the United States in 2017.