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How Can I Avoid a Car Accident This Summer?

Summer is a great time to wear shorts and flip-flops, head to the beach or pool, take vacations, and prep your car for warm-weather driving. Even though summer is filled with fun outdoor activities, there are some hazards. Here are some helpful tips for avoiding a car accident this summer. Car Maintenance If you have… Read More


How Can I Avoid a Memorial Day Weekend Accident?

The Memorial Day holiday weekend is one of the most popular holidays. Not only do we use the holiday to remember the U.S. military personnel who died while serving in the United States armed forces, but it is often considered the unofficial beginning of summer. At that time, most colleges are done for the summer… Read More


Can I Be Sued if I Wave Another Driver in Front of Me?

Traffic regulations are carefully designed by those with experience in understanding terrain, vehicle performance, and ergonomics.  They serve to minimize congestion and maximize safety.  When someone waves another motorist on in traffic, it can interfere with the carefully considered traffic flow design and signage.  Waving another driver on through traffic gives the impression that it… Read More


Is It Dangerous to Drive after a Concussion?

A concussion is a potentially serious head injury that could occur at just about any time and in a variety of ways. A slip and fall incident, car accident, sports injury, or a wide range of other potential causes could cause you to suffer a concussion, which is a type of traumatic brain injury (TBI). … Read More


Is Driving around the Holidays More Dangerous?

The holiday season tends to be the time of year when motorists are most distracted behind the wheel. In terms of fatalities, Memorial Day, Labor Day, and the Fourth of July are consistently the deadliest driving days of the year. However, with the dynamic of winter weather, holiday driving is especially dangerous. Typically, the days… Read More


Are Car Accidents More Fatal to Women?

Statistically speaking, women have a greater chance of dying in a car accident than men. This is an odd fact given that men are the cause of vehicle accidents much more than women. There are many potential factors for the higher rates of death for women in car or truck collisions. For many years, there… Read More


What Are Some Safety Driving Tips for Thanksgiving Travel?

Nothing says Thanksgiving like traffic. Each year, millions of Americans hop in the car to gather for the annual turkey dinner celebration. Whether you travel across the country or just across town, you should be aware of the increased traffic and the dangers that can threaten all road travelers. Here are a few tips to… Read More


Are Delivery Services Causing More Car Accidents?

Retail sales have been trending from consumers shopping in brick-and-mortar stores to shopping online in recent years.  Consumers have become accustomed to online shopping and like the convenience of having items delivered to their homes with a few clicks on a computer.   The coronavirus pandemic has contributed to an increase in that trend.  As a… Read More


How can I Reduce Strains in the Workplace?

This year, a new scientific study was announced to test out wearable robotics to alleviate or prevent strains and sprains in the workplace. This study is in progress. In the workplace, there are tasks requiring endurance in lifting or repetitive motions. This raises the risk of strain injuries. The job of reducing these risks is… Read More


What are Possible Permanent Consequences of a Car Accident?

Being hurt in a car accident disrupts your life. Dealing with the fallout after a car accident can involve anything from the temporary headaches of dealing with insurance adjusters and car repairs to living with a life-long impairment that affects your ability to work and live normally. Although car accidents are never pleasant experiences, some… Read More


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