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June 2021 News

How to Rest Properly After an Auto Accident

Did you know that road rage can increase your chances of getting into an accident? While you might not be prone to road rage, many other people are. This means, you may find yourself involved in an auto accident whether you practice the safest road skills or not. With this in [...]
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Auto Accident Lawyers Can Get You Out of a Sticky Situation

On average, 6 million car accidents occur annually in the U.S. With millions of car accidents in a year, you may find yourself in need of an auto accident lawyer. Even if your accident does not result in an injury, auto accidents, especially in the city, can result in a lot [...]
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5 Different Types of Auto Accidents

Did you know 6 million car accidents occur every year? With that statistic in mind, you may want to understand the different types of car accidents that can occur to ensure your optimum safety. On top of that, if you do find yourself involved in an automobile accident, you’ll [...]
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Tips to Avoid Different Types of Workplace Injuries

Workplace transportation incidents account for 40% of all work-related fatalities. While your place of work may not feel dangerous, there are a variety of factors that could lead to an unsafe work environment and, in turn, cause an injury.
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Keep Your Kids and Pets Protected from Summer Heat

It can only take a few minutes for heat to become deadly. Through summer months, especially here in the south, heat-related incidents can happen in just a few moments of carelessness. Below, explore our guide to avoiding the dangerous conditions that can lead to [...]
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Return to Summer Activities and Crowds Safely

The world is opening up again! Thanks to numbers from the COVID-19 pandemic finally dropping, people are getting back to doing what they love — spending time with friends and family, enjoying restaurants and bars, and even slowly returning to public events like concerts. It’s [...]
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