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Slip and Falls | January 7, 2016

Easy Tricks to Stop Snow from Sticking to Your Shovel

Nothing can slow down a snow removal job like the snow sticking to the shovel. Big clumps of snow can weigh your shovel down and decrease the space for scooping up new snow, making your work more tiring and inefficient than it needs to be. Every time you try to jostle stuck snow off of the blade, you’re wasting valuable time and energy. If the snow sticks

Current Events and News, Personal Injury, Slip and Falls | February 18, 2015

The Fastest Way to Shovel Your Driveway

When it comes to snow removal, most of us just want to get it done. We’re not strategizing the best way to go about it – but maybe we should be. Having a sound shoveling strategy will mean you’re not wasting time and energy moving the same snow twice or moving it farther than you need to.

Take It Step by Step

  1. Start at the front of

Current Events and News, Personal Injury, Slip and Falls | January 28, 2015

How to Never Shovel Your Driveway Again

With the potential for snow in this week’s forecast, many of us are dreading the chore of snow removal. This one tip can make your cleanup much easier, and it works for everything from driveways to walkways. Put away the shovel – if you plan ahead, you might not need it at all!

The Most Efficient Way to Clear Snow (No Shovel Needed)

You don’t need much

Accident Tips & Prevention, Current Events and News, Personal Injury, Slip and Falls | January 21, 2015

3 Quick Tips for Safely Shoveling Snow

No one loves to shovel snow – play in it, maybe, but not shovel it. Most of us regard this winter chore as a necessary evil, but we still don’t appreciate just how hazardous shoveling can be to our health.

Every year, snow shoveling mishaps send around 11,500 people to the emergency room, some for life-threatening conditions. The dangerous combination of cold temperatures and physical exertion –