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  • Small Motorcycles, Big Cities: Riding in an Urban Area

    December 24, 2013

    With the congestion on many of our highways and limited parking in metropolitan areas, some big city commuters may want to start considering trading in their four-wheeled vehicle for a two-wheeled one. There are several key advantages to riding a motorcycle in a big city, but there are also plenty of risks due to all […]

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  • This Job Is Killing Me: Common Workplace Accidents

    December 19, 2013

    It doesn’t matter whether you’re operating heavy machinery or sitting at a desk all day—all jobs come with some risk of a workplace injury. Sure, jobs that require manual labor or machine operation come with a higher risk, but the most common workplace injuries are ones that could happen in just about any industry. In […]

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  • Are Truck Accident Fatalities on the Rise?

    December 17, 2013

    Stricter distracted driving laws, dashboard cameras, and black boxes in trucks that track accident data are all great ways to cut down on both passenger vehicle and commercial vehicle accidents. But have they made a significant impact yet? It can take a long period of time to get a good sense of trends in traffic […]

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  • Take Care to Avoid Injuries on Holiday Cruises

    December 12, 2013

    If you and your family love the water, a holiday cruise might just seem like the perfect way for all of you to spend some vacation time together. After all, you’ve got catered food, gorgeous sights, and all kinds of entertainment – most of the bigger cruises truly have something for everyone.Just don’t let all […]

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  • Las Vegas Motorcycle Deaths on the Rise

    December 04, 2013

    Most people who’ve had any experience driving in and around Las Vegas know that it’s treacherous. People are out in force all day and night because the city never sleeps. Cabbies and tourists (and out of town drivers) abound because of the casinos. Drunk and distracted driving is an issue that just won’t go away. […]

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  • With Flood Insurance Rates Skyrocketing, Let’s Hope Unusually Slow Hurricane Season Continues

    October 17, 2013

    Image: http://pixabay.com/en/key-west-florida-hurricane-dennis-81665/ Despite Predictions, Florida Hurricane Season Is Quiet Last spring, meteorologists had Florida residents worried with predictions of an unusually active hurricane season in the state. They forecast between 13 and 20 named tropical storms with up to 11 of them developing into hurricanes. However, here we are over halfway through hurricane season, and […]

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  • Are Irresponsible Building Practices Responsible for Post 9/11 Cancer Cases?

    October 04, 2013

    Cancer Cases on the Rise 12 Years after the Attacks of 9/11 For many people, the tragedy of 9/11 is as fresh today as it was more than a decade ago. There are those who lost loved ones in the Twin Towers, Flight 93, and the Pentagon, and those who continue to mourn first responders […]

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  • Is There Life After Frankenstorm?

    September 27, 2013

    How Are Americans Holding On in the Aftermath of Superstorm Sandy?

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  • How Personal Injury Law in the US Differs from UK Legislation

    September 27, 2013

    I work in the UK as a personal injury lawyer and used to have some pre-conceived ideas about US legislation.  We often hear in the English press about personal injury claims running into the millions of dollars with our cousins over the pond.  For example, the person who spilt coffee in their lap and managed […]

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  • The Wheels on the Bus Go Upside Down – A Look at School Bus Accidents

    September 25, 2013

     Image: http://pixabay.com/en/schoolbus-vehicle-bus-girl-school-81717/  Federal Government Reports Suspiciously Good School Bus Accident Statistics Kids across the nation are back in school now after summer break, and while many parents are experiencing a sense of relief (how do you keep those kids entertained for three months?) others, especially parents of first-time students, are feeling pangs of worry. What […]

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