Blog Posts in 2018

  • Why Do I Need a Truck Accident Attorney?

    Truck accidents are among the most dangerous and deadly, particularly due their sheer size and weight. Oftentimes, survivors are left with catastrophic injuries and little hope of ever achieving a full recovery. With medical bills, lost wages, and possibly the inability to return to work looming over a survivor and dependent family members, life after a truck accident can be difficult. This is why ...
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  • Red Flags at Nursing Homes that Indicate Neglect or Abuse

    At some point, many of us will have to make the decision to choose a nursing home for our elderly loved ones, especially if they have medical needs that require the care of a professional. In fact, over 3.2 million adults are living in nursing homes or other long-term care facilities and, while many of them are well-cared for, others experience abuse and neglect. It is estimated that up to 1 in 6 ...
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  • Top Mistakes New Drivers Make

    Getting a license imbues new drivers with a sense of newfound freedom in their ability to roam the country and often makes it seem like the possibilities are endless. While every new driver should certainly appreciate and enjoy this wonderful new milestone, it is still important to remember that driving is a privilege and should be taken seriously. If you are a new driver, you this means ...
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  • Mistakes Made During a Personal Injury Claim and How to Avoid Them

    Accidents are overwhelming and traumatic experiences and, unfortunately, the trouble does not stop once the event itself is over. As you begin dealing with the at-fault party’s insurance company, you will find yourself navigating another difficult situation. The insurance adjuster might try to appear helpful and concerned about your wellbeing, but it is important to remember one fact – his or her ...
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  • Tips to Prevent Distracted Driving

    Distracted driving accidents are becoming increasingly common these days and, while most of us know that using a cell phone is distracting, it is not the only form of distracted driving. Any time a driver’s attention is not completely focused on the road and his or her surroundings, this is considered distracted driving and is incredibly dangerous. To prevent accidents caused by this risky habit, ...
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  • How to Prepare Your Teen Driver for the Road

    Whether your teen already has a driver’s license or is preparing to get one, you are likely concerned about his or her safety. Passing an exam does not mean you are prepared to handle this great responsibility, so it is critical that you take the time to do your part and ensure your teen exercises safe driving practices and obeys the rules of the road. Here are some ways in which you can help ...
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