Swimming Pool Safety Tips

August 9, 2017

Swimming pools can be a fun and easy way to escape the summer heat. As more families flock to personal and community pools, it is important to be aware of what you can do to prevent serious injuries at the pool. Protect your family with these tips to prevent accidents: Always supervise children in the pool, and […]

Should I Say “Sorry” After An Accident?

July 26, 2017

Accidents are never an easy time for anyone. In fact, they can be downright scary and many are often left feeling overwhelmed, confused, and frustrated. In the midst of this chaos, people tend to naturally react to these circumstances by apologizing to the other driver, despite not being at fault for the car accident. Unfortunately, as […]

Don’t Post About Your Injury on Social Media

July 12, 2017

Nearly everyone uses social media in some capacity these days. According to the Pew Research Center, as of 2015, about 65% of adults log into social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Two years later, this number has undoubtedly risen. This relatively new favored pastime is a great way for friends and family to […]

Fourth of July Safety Tips

June 30, 2017

Fourth of July Weekend is here and many people across the country will be celebrating Independence Day with some of their favorite summer activities. However, despite the free and fun-filled nature of this annual holiday, very few people realize just how many injuries happen over this weekend each year. This means that while it’s okay […]

Do’s & Don’ts After a Car Accident

June 21, 2017

A car accident can be disorienting and confusing, leading to emotional stress while at the accident scene. It’s not uncommon for tensions to be high after a collision, and as a result many people simply try to be helpful by doing what they can to ease the situation. However, this leads to mistakes that could […]

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