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Accident Tips & Prevention, Current Events and News | January 7, 2016

Use Elevators, Handrails, and Tunnels to Avoid Winter Slip and Falls

On any snowy day, think about your walking route. Can you take an elevator instead of potentially slippery steps? At any point on your path, do you have the option of using a tunnel instead of walking out in the open? If so, do – during winter storms, minimizing the risk of a slip and fall on ice the most important thing you can do.

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Accident Tips & Prevention, Current Events and News | January 7, 2016

Walking on Ice? Take the Path More Traveled

Poet Robert Frost may have famously taken the road less traveled, but he probably didn’t do it during an ice storm. A snowy day is not the time to pioneer your own route – and trying could increase your risk of suffering a slip and fall on ice. In slippery weather conditions, the route you walk could make a big difference in your safety.

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Accident Tips & Prevention, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) | December 22, 2015

How Do Personal Injury Cases Work?

We Break Down What a Personal Injury Case Is, Who Is Involved and What a Lawyer Will Do for You

 

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Damages and Your Personal Injury Case

When you get hurt in some sort of accident, motor vehicle-related or otherwise, you suffer what we in the legal industry call damages.

The injuries you suffered are just one example of your damages.

Accident Tips & Prevention, Current Events and News | June 23, 2015

You Won’t Believe How Many People Disappear on Cruise Ships

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Taking a cruise this summer? Here’s everything you need to know about cruise ship disappearances.

A man vanished during his honeymoon, never to be seen again. Investigators found bloodstains in his cabin and more streaks of blood down the side of the ship.

When a woman traveling with relatives didn’t return to the cabin as planned, her travel companions assumed she was out enjoying herself. Only as

Accident Tips & Prevention, Current Events and News | June 4, 2015

Lane Courtesy: Solving the Traffic Jam Mystery

This one bad driving habit is behind the most aggravating traffic jams clogging up your commute.

We’ve all been there – trapped in an ocean of glaring red brake lights, waiting for what seems like an eternity for the bumper-to-bumper traffic to clear. Yet when it does, there’s no obvious reason for traffic to have slowed to a crawl in the first place. No debris from an

Accident Tips & Prevention, Current Events and News | May 7, 2015

What You Need to Know for Youth Traffic Safety Month

Every year, thousands of young people die in auto accidents, and hundreds of thousands sustain injuries. Even one avoidable child death is too many, but statistics show the problem is far more widespread than that. On average, more than a dozen children under 12 die every week in a crash – and that’s excluding teenagers, who make up the single most at-risk group for car accidents.

May

Accident Tips & Prevention, Current Events and News | April 23, 2015

Most Owners Neglect Their Cars – Do You?

If you’re one of the 84% of car owners whose vehicles need service right now, you’re putting yourself, your family, and everyone on the road at risk every time you get behind the wheel. The worst part is that you probably don’t even know that you’re in danger.

April is spring’s National Car Care Month, one of two months (the other is October) dedicated to promoting

Accident Tips & Prevention, Current Events and News | March 30, 2015

What Every Mom and Dad Must Know about Kids and Brain Injuries

For a parent, the possibility of your child – your baby – suffering a debilitating brain injury is unimaginable – but for millions of parents, that nightmare is a bleak reality.

Children age four and under and adolescents ages 15 through 19 are more likely than any other age groups to suffer a life-changing TBI. Even between ages four and 15, the risks are high, and the

Accident Tips & Prevention, Current Events and News | March 13, 2015

Is More Funding the Fix for Train Accidents?

Six people died when an SUV stopped on the train tracks in Valhalla, New York, and the train collided with it. Three people, all occupants of a pickup truck, died when their vehicle entered the path of an oncoming train in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana. More than 20 passengers suffered injuries when a train in Oxnard, California, struck a pickup truck that had gotten stuck on

Accident Tips & Prevention | October 10, 2014

Slow Down for Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day

Each year, more than 30,000 Americans die sudden and avoidable deaths in motor vehicle collisions. To put that in perspective, that’s the equivalent of more than three-quarters of the population of Mount Laurel or nearly half the population of Cherry Hill. These people are killed in the middle of living their lives. They leave behind loving families, devoted friends, promising careers, and unfinished personal goals.

This needs

Accident Tips & Prevention | October 6, 2014

How to Have a Better Commute: Drive Safely to Work Week

The daily commute is a part of life for most of us – probably not one of our favorite parts, but a necessary part. Keeping yourself safe is just as necessary. Don’t let the daily routine lull you into thinking that your commute is risk-free. Every time you get on the road, you could get into an accident – so every time you get on the road,

Accident Tips & Prevention | September 16, 2014

Ask the Attorney: You Can Still Sue If You’re Partly at Fault

Asker: Am I at fault for my accident? The insurance company says I’m at fault even though I don’t agree. What should I do?

Attorney: Liability, or who’s at fault and legally responsible, is the basis of personal injury claims. Often, fault is complicated. As you begin the process of moving forward with your life, you might find that an insurance adjuster you have to deal with

Accident Tips & Prevention | June 19, 2014

Swimming Pool Accidents and the Little-Known Danger of Secondary Drowning

If your summer plans include a dip in the pool or a swim in the ocean, then it’s important that you know the dangers of drowning and what you can do to prevent an accident or cope with a drowning injury. When you think of drowning, you probably imagine a nightmarish scenario in which you find your child unresponsive at the bottom of the pool. Yet with

Accident Tips & Prevention, Current Events and News | May 20, 2014

Foul Play: Insurance Company Stalks Claimant Just In Case She’s Lying about Her Address

Imagine how it might feel to know that everywhere you go, someone is following you, perhaps videotaping or photographing you without your consent. You find cars tailing you when you leave work at the end of the day. Suspicious people pursue you everywhere, even coming to your workplace and seeking out personal information about you from your coworkers. Eventually, every shadow startles you.

If you thought only

Accident Tips & Prevention | May 8, 2014

Ladders Top List of Workplace Dangers

The risk of workplace injuries involving ladders is, well, high. Falls are among the most common causes of deadly unintentional injuries, and not just in the workplace – everywhere. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) analyzed work injury data from 2011 and ladders play a significant role in fall injuries, especially in the workplace.

Statistics? You’d Better Be Sitting Down

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