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Blog Posts in March, 2014

  • Are you responsible for your teenager's car accident? Issues to discuss with an attorney

    Teenagers are high risk drivers. Their inexperience on the road and stronger tendency towards impulsiveness increases their risk of getting involved in a vehicular collision. In the US, vehicular collisions are the leading cause of death for teenagers, according to data reported by the CDC ; in 2010 alone, around 2700 teens ages 16-19 died and 282,000 required emergency medical attention from ...
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  • Six Steps to Take If Your Child Has Been In A Serious Accident

    Watching your child suffer a serious accident is one of the most frightening things you can go through. It's important, however, to remain calm and to take the appropriate steps to assess the situation and respond the way your child needs you to. The following are six steps to take if your child has been in a serious accident: 1) Immediately assess their state of health . Although your first ...
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  • Tips for Preventing Snowmachine Injury

    If you are like many of us winter thrill seekers, freshly fallen powder is an open invitation for snowmobiling. Snowmobiling is an exhilarating and enjoyable sport. In some cases, a day out on the trail can turn dangerous. In order to prevent injuries and have a great day out in the snow, here are some tips for preventing snowmobile (snowmachine) injury. Preventing Snowmobile Injuries Know your ...
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