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Workers’ Comp Claims Won’t Wait for You

Getting injured at work can greatly affect not only your physical and financial well being, but also your peace of mind. Unfortunately, most employees are not well informed on the appropriate measures to take when claiming compensation for their work-related injuries. So, what steps should you follow when seeking compensation for a work-related injury? Well, firstly, you need to report [...]

Safety Tips For Holiday Travel  

  The holiday season is undoubtedly one of the most popular for people who like to travel. However, factors such as road congestion, poor weather conditions, and stress can make road travel very dangerous during this season. If you intend to travel, therefore, it is important that you become aware of these factors and plan your trip carefully. This will [...]

Civil Liability for Pedestrian Car Accidents

As the roads become even more dangerous due to overcrowding and increasingly reckless drivers, pedestrian accidents have become a common occurrence. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 4,700 pedestrians died from car accident injuries in 2013. This means one pedestrian was killed every 2 hours. The CDC further reports that the number of pedestrians [...]

Bicycle Safety Tips

Considering the rising cost of fuel, and the harsh economic times, biking has become a popular mode of transportation in the past decade or so. In any case, riding a bicycle does not require gas, it's healthy, eco-friendly, and a more convenient m ode of transportation. Moreover, you do not have to stay for hours in traffic to get to [...]

What You Need To Know About Airbags

A Supplementary Restraint System (SRS) or airbag is a unique safety feature designed to protect passengers during a crash or collision. Airbags were first developed in the 1970s to supplement safety belts. They were only meant to reduce injuries or deaths caused by a car crash. The bags proved to be effective, and in 1998, all vehicles in the United States [...]