Bicycle Accident FAQs

Many people ride bicycles as a form of exercise, transportation, or as a hobby. Bicycle accidents between drivers and bike riders occur for various reasons, including limited visibility, large blind spots, lack of communication between the two parties, road conditions, or failure to follow rules...

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Workers Compensation FAQ

When employees become injured at work, workers compensation plays a role. Injuries may vary from minor to major, depending on the employee, work environment, and various other factors. Regardless of how minimal your injury appears at first, immediately seek medical attention and tell your employer....

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Car Accident FAQs

Car accidents may be disheartening, scary, and especially confusing. After a car accident, whether you are at fault or a victim of an accident, there are many questions that must be answered to rectify the situation. It is important to complete all of the proper...

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Common Car Seat Mistakes to Avoid

As a parent, there are many crucial procedures to follow to ensure the safety of your child. From teaching your child to ride a bike, to teaching them how to drive a car, parents become mentors and protectors of their children. If you have an...

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What Not To Do After Workplace Injury

Workers compensation is complicated, as various factors are involved. Some companies may force their workers to conceal the truth, causing a struggle to get the deserved compensation. The following 5 mistakes are exactly what not to do after workplace injury. Mistake 1: Waiting to tell your...

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Educating College Students on Pedestrian Safety

College students often walk across campuses, rather than driving or biking. There are various reasons college students chose to walk, including limited campus parking, car expenses, and high gas prices. Because college students regularly commute across campus, new opportunities to educate college students on pedestrian...

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School Zone Safety 101

School zones are a common place for vehicle accidents to occur. According to Safe Kids USA, one in six drivers are distracted while driving in a school zone. Not only is this extremely alarming, but scary for parents of children who walk or ride their...

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