Summer is upon us and with it comes long-anticipated vacations to the beach or road trips across the country. These trips can be a great time of family bonding, but you also want to make sure you and your loved ones safe during this busy driving season. According to the 2014 IIHS fatality facts report, August is one of the most dangerous months for car accident deaths and “in 2014, half of Continue Reading
Many cars today offer a variety of features that make operating a car more convenient for drivers. Cruise control is designed to allow the driver to set the speedometer at a constant speed without using the accelerator. This feature can be used to keep from speeding or from traveling too slowly, or to set a consistent pace when traveling long distances by highway. Although this can be a great Continue Reading
Just because it’s around the holiday season doesn’t mean that we’re any less susceptible to personal injury accidents. In fact, given the time of year, injuries cases typically increase due to winter weather. Accidents often occur around this time of year because as people become so busy running around trying to complete pre- and post-holiday tasks. These tasks can lead to serious accidents, such Continue Reading
The 30th annual Trouble in Toyland report came out just in time for the holiday season. Consumers buying toys for young children this year are advised to review the report in order to avoid purchasing dangerous toys. It is the responsibility of everyone—toy manufactures, policymakers, and consumers—to ensure the safety of children playing with toys. Below is a list of 7 dangerous toys on the Continue Reading
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