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December 2021 News

How to Keep Your Holiday Spending in Check

The holidays, and especially the months to follow, are an important time to have your finances in order. While we have all struggled in many different ways in the past two years, it’s likely a true necessity, now more than ever, not to overspend.
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Transportainment Safety Concerns and Accidents on the Rise

Did you know that some of the biggest party buses can fit up to 50 people inside? While renting a party bus or stretch limo seems like a reasonable idea when it comes to your next birthday, bachelorette party or even prom, these transportainment vehicles can often be involved in [...]
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Types of Motorcycle Accidents

Did you know that annually about 5,014 motorcyclists die in motorcycle related crashes? While riding your motorcycle on the open road is an enjoyable experience, it can also be extremely dangerous.
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Medical Malpractice Product Liability

Almost every industry functioning in the U.S. is required to follow their own niche liability laws and regulations. However, when it comes to medical product liability or malpractice, personal injury can often times occur. With this in mind, breached ethical and legal [...]
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What Does a Personal Injury Attorney do?

Did you know that accidental injury has become the No. 3 cause of death for the first time in U.S. history? With varying types of long term and short term injuries, it can be important for you to understand what a personal injury lawyer does. Your case will be handled [...]
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Road Etiquette for Ambulances, Police and Emergency Vehicles

When on the road, you may find yourself often interacting with emergency vehicles such as police cars, ambulances, and fire trucks. However, you may not know exactly what to do with your own vehicle in such instances. When an emergency vehicle approaches with flashing lights, [...]
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Changing Your Smoke Alarm Batteries Could Save a Life

We’ve officially surpassed the time of year when the afternoon feels like the middle of the night. Just as the weather and the time changes, so should the batteries in your smoke alarm. 
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Natural Gas Poisoning: Signs and Symptoms You Need to Know

As the weather turns cold and the nights get longer, most of us like to get warm and cozy indoors by finally cranking up the heat. However, with the use of natural gas in some of our home's heating systems, there are some precautionary measures and potential dangers to avoid.
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