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Blog Posts in January, 2014

  • Tips for Preventing Slip and Falls

    The winter season is a time of wonder; snow capped trees and delightful cheer is in the air. Unfortunately, the winter season is also prime time for a dangerous slip and fall accident. Winter slip and fall injuries are not reserved for only those who head out for a stroll in the snow, they can occur anytime anywhere and within minutes of heading out on an errand. Here are some valuable tips for ...
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  • Head Injury First Aid: The Most Important Steps to Take and Things to Avoid

    Applying head injury first aid is a procedure that has to be done carefully due to the nature of the injury. In some cases, you might encounter someone who's just incurred a head injury after being in an accident. While you should always call 911 first, everyone should know some basic first-aid steps in order to keep that person under control until medical help arrives. This can make a huge ...
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  • Winter Camping Tips to Help You Survive

    Whether spending the night on the trail on the K-300 outside of Bethel or doing winter camping elsewhere in Alaska, I found a few tips that I thought may be helpful. The weather is always a consideration when camping, and that’s especially true during the winter months. Dress in plenty of layers so that you can add or remove clothing as needed. Be sure to always have an extra layer of clothing ...
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  • Know Your Rights - You Do Not Have To Submit to A Police Search

    Often, I receive calls from people who fell they were wrongfully required to submit to a police search. If a police officer stops you on the street or comes to your house, you do not have to submit to a search. The Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution protects your right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures. Over the years, the Supreme Court has heard numerous cases on what ...
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