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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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Dangers of Overexposure to Heat are Real

Heat-related deaths happen every year. According the EPA, a total of more than 9,000 Americans have died from heat-related causes since 1979. Heat stroke is serious, and needs to be treated like any other medical emergency.
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Nashville Strong: Relief Efforts After the Tornado

A powerful storm cut across middle Tennessee in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Tornadoes touched down in Nashville and surrounding middle Tennessee communities, destroying everything in their path with 165-mile-per-hour winds and punishing rain. Currently, 25 people [...]
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Top 3 Ways to Avoid a Boating Accident

In 2018, the U.S. Coast Guard reported 4,145 boating accidents that resulted in 2,511 injuries and 633 fatalities. With numbers such as these, you may wonder what can be done to keep YOU from being a statistic.
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Halloween Open House 2019

Editor's Note :: Matt Hollingsworth is a content writer who was invited to Bart Durham Injury Law's open house to share his experience with our readers. I’m visiting the law office of Bart Durham, and I’m about to be murdered by a killer clown. At least that’s how it felt [...]
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Top Safety Precautions for Fireworks

Fireworks have long been a staple at 4th of July parties. Each year, Americans celebrate independence by purchasing more than 247,550,000 POUNDS of fireworks for their personal use...spending more than $725,000,000!!
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Your Car and Health Insurance Rights

As a consumer, you have a lot of rights when it comes to buying insurance. Most people will have two premiums: car and health insurance. Each policy is different based on your provider and your needs. But, some laws protect you no matter what you're buying.
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Pedestrian Rights in Tennessee

Pedestrians and drivers often meet at intersections, parking lots, and driveways. Sometimes that pedestrian will cross the street unexpectedly causing safety issues for themselves and the driver. Other times, cars speed through an intersection where the pedestrian has the [...]
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4 Tips for Motorcycle Safety this Spring

In 2016, the federal government estimated that per total miles traveled, the number of deaths of people riding motorcycles was approximately 28 times that of people driving cars. While riding motorcycles is factually a more dangerous activity than getting behind the wheel of [...]
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What Happens if I'm Injured in a Wreck While on Vacation?

You’ve waited all year for this vacation. You’ve saved, spent endless hours on planning the details, and your family is very excited. Then, a car accident happens ruining the day and possibly the whole vacation.
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