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Party Cheerfully & Safely

Party Cheerfully & Safely


Posted By on Nov 11, 2019

Drunk driving crashes surge during the holiday season. Click here to expand.One too many toasts can prove deadly during the holidays if partygoers choose to drink and drive. The long Thanksgiving weekend has become the deadliest holiday of the year, propelled by an increase in alcohol sales and drunk driving. During the 2017 holiday season alone, 1,143 people were killed between Thanksgiving Eve and New Year’s...

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Motorcycling is undergoing a profound transformation in the United States. First off, it’s exploded. The number of motorcycles in use topped 12 million in 2018, 2 million more than in 2014, according to the Motorcycle Industry Council. Riders are older on average as retiring baby boomers and frustrated commuters heed the call of the open road. And more riders are women, now nearly one in five. What hasn’t changed much are the leading...

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What happens when you’re hurt at work, and it was a third person’s, outside of work, fault? It could be a Third-Party Liability Claim, in addition to a workers’ compensation claim. If a workplace injury is caused by a car wreck while on the job or by defective equipment, the third party or product manufacturer can be liable. Many people think that workers’ compensation is their only source of benefits if they have an...

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Civil Justice Denied

Civil Justice Denied


Posted By on Dec 11, 2017

Advocates for individual rights might someday call 2017 The Year of Reversal for the number of attacks on America’s civil justice system. Pick your poison, from the rollback of restrictions on forced arbitration to passage of legislation that will weaken protections against medical malpractice and nursing home abuse to a slew of  proposed “tort reform” measures. At the root of all of these initiatives is corporate profits rather than...

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Distractions, Inexperience and Risky Behavior Spell Trouble According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens. It is estimated that on average, six teenagers die every day in the United States from a car crash. As teens head back to school, you should know how to keep them, and others, safe. Teens who text and drive are outside of their lane  about 10 percent of the...

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How Not To Get Hit

How Not To Get Hit


Posted By on Aug 18, 2017

  1. PHONES DOWN, HEADS UP WHEN WALKING. *One in four high school students crosses the street while distracted 2. Tempted to cross at mid-block? DON’T DO IT. TAKE THE EXTRA TIME TO CROSS AT THE CORNER. * More than 70% of child pedestrian deaths occur by crossing somewhere other than an intersection. 3. BE ESPECIALLY ALERT WHEN IT’S DARK OUT, AND MAKE SURE DRIVERS CAN SEE YOU. * ¾ of teen deaths occur between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m....

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