Carpool Conundrum

The National Safety Council recently released an article about the safety of children riding in vehicles. Over the years, many laws and regulations have been put in place. For example, the Center for Decease Control states that children 12 years of age and younger should always ride in the back seat, and should never be […]

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Research efforts continue to combat distracted driving

The National Safety Council (NSC) has recently released an article about distracted driving and ongoing efforts to reduce it, such as: Motor Vehicle Safety Laws Motor vehicle safety laws have saved 12,713 lives in 2009. The National Highway Traffic Safety Association has several projects underway to reduce distracted driving. These projects are outlined in the […]

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Tips for Finding a Good Nursing Home for a Family Member

Finding a Nursing Home

With over 1.5 million elderly adults in nursing home care throughout the U.S., abuse and neglect have become a serious issue for many families. Neglect and abuse can take many forms including assault, bedsores, unreasonable physical restraint, sexual assault, and the list goes on. The Official U.S. Government Site for Medicare has set forth guidelines […]

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The Dos and Don’ts of Personal Injury

What to do After a Car Accident

Personal injury can occur in any situation that involves injury or death due to the carelessness or negligence of persons or organizations. Some common types of personal injury include, but are not limited to: animal attacks, car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, job related injuries, and faulty product injuries. If you or a family member has […]

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