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November 2021 News

ATV Safety Tips

With no signs, no limits, and no roads, an ATV can take you anywhere your heart desires. While it’s thrilling fun, they can be extremely dangerous if not properly ridden, so check out these six tips we’ve created to help you safely enjoy the adrenaline rush of a lifetime. 
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Top Safety Tips for Traveling on Thanksgiving Day

On Thanksgiving day, millions of people travel across the U.S. hungry to reach their destination and to enjoy a Thanksgiving feast with family and friends. It’s important to note that traffic and fatalities are often extremely high on this day.
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Up to Speed: Common Automobile Accidents

Did you know there were more than 33,000 automobile accidents in 2019? With that in mind, knowing what to look for can help ensure safety and avoid automobile accidents. Should you find yourself involved in a car accident, you’ll want to have the proper representation. 
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Obeying Road Rules While Driving Could Save Your Life

We all know that auto accidents happen, but many of them can be prevented simply by obeying the rules of the road. Adhering to these traffic laws could save your life, or, at the very least, save you from a costly ticket! 
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Having a Wreck on the Clock can be Complicated

If you're at fault for a wreck in your personal vehicle, you're liable for all damages. However, if you were driving for work at the time of the accident, your employer might also have some liability.
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Hunting Safety Protocols You Need to Know

Colder weather has most of us looking forward to warm and cozy things - from apple cider to pumpkin spice to indoor fires and outdoor activities. With sweater weather, comes hunting season, and in the south we take it seriously! More importantly, we also take our safety [...]
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Has Negligence Caused Your Sport’s Injury?

In the United States, 30 million children and teens participate in some form of organized sports, and every year there are roughly 3.5 million sport-related injuries with many suffering serious injuries and even death. By far, the most common injuries are sprains and strains.
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Holiday Travel Safety

You may not have to practice safety precautions while watching the latest Netflix series on your couch, but traveling during the holiday seasons requires a little more focus and energy. Taking the right safety precautions can help protect your family or friends, so check out [...]
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