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Safest Cars of 2023

Road safety has improved in recent years, with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) releasing data that reveals a 3.3 percent drop in motor vehicle traffic crash fatalities, with only 9,330 from January to March in comparison to 9,645 that took place in the first quarter of 2022. But while this is encouraging, emphasizing... read more
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Common Car Accident Injuries

A car accident is an event that typically happens with little or no warning. Therefore, there is little that you can do after an impact occurs to prevent or minimize your risk of getting hurt. Although your risk of incurring a severe injury largely depends on how fast each car was traveling when the collision... read more
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Who is at Fault in a Three-Way Car Accident?

Car accidents often create emotional and financial stress, injuries, and other issues for all, and navigating through the fallout of a collision can be messier than you may assume it could be. For example, if you have recently been involved in a three-way car accident, you may be feeling stressed about the possibility of being... read more
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What to Expect After a Car Accident

A car accident can significantly alter your life. Depending on the severity of any injuries that you experience in a collision, you may be unable to return to work, finish your education or otherwise maintain a reasonable quality of life. Let’s take a look at what you can expect after a crash and what you... read more
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Who is liable in a rear end collision?

If you are involved in a rear end collision, you will likely want to know who is being blamed for causing it. Generally speaking, car crash victims are only allowed to collect compensation for medical bills, lost wages and other damages if those losses were the result of another party’s negligence. In the event that... read more
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How to Prevent Slips and Falls in the Workplace

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), slips, trips and falls accounted for roughly 30% of all workplace injuries in 2018. These types of accidents can result in muscle strains, broken bones or significant head injuries. Even if a worker experiences a minor injury after falling at work, he or she could still miss... read more
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Winter Driving Safety Tips

Ice, sleet and snow can cause dangerous winter driving conditions. If you live in Texas, it is important to learn about winter driving safety before you hit the roadways during chilly weather. An estimated 24 percent of weather-related car accidents are caused by ice, slush or snow on the roadways. Through safe driving practices, you... read more
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