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Halloween Safety Tips

This Halloween, celebrants of all ages and their families are encouraged to dress up in costume, go trick or treating, and attend parties. Yet, whether they are young or old, it is important to keep safety in mind while enjoying the festivities. Costuming The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends choosing costumes that are fire-resistant. Additional » Read More


Can Pedestrians Be At-Fault for Car Accidents?

Pedestrians are not always the innocent victims of car accidents, even though it may seem that way. Although pedestrians do have the right-of-way in many situations, there are some exceptions. If you were involved in a car accident involving a pedestrian, you may be wondering who is at-fault and what your rights are. Pedestrians, as » Read More


Sun Glare and Motor Vehicle Crashes

The long days of summer are just around the corner. Driving in bright, sunny weather may seem ideal, but sun glare can have a real impact on a driver’s ability to see the road ahead. According to a research study published in 2017, bright sunlight increases the risk of life-threatening motor vehicle accidents by 16 » Read More


Preventing Winter Pedestrian Accidents

Winter may not be the best time for taking a walk, but you still need to get to work, shop and run other errands. A few safety tips can help keep you from becoming a pedestrian accident victim and statistic. Pay particular attention if you are a senior citizen, as older people are most vulnerable » Read More


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