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Is Texting and Driving the New Drunk Driving?

Is Texting and Driving the New Drunk Driving?

Texting and driving is so dangerous that it has been called the new drunk driving. But do the two behaviors really compare? While texting and driving may seem much less harmless than driving under the influence, the statistics on texting and driving tell another story. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 391,000 people […]

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More Traffic Back on the Roads for Back to School

More Traffic Back on the Roads for Back to School

It is that time of year again when parents and children alike get ready for the new routines that going back to school brings. With new school year routines, however, comes more traffic on the roads. New students heading out this school year should keep some things in mind for the congested roads ahead. The […]

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When Is a Property Owner Liable for a Slip and Fall Accident?

When Is a Property Owner Liable for a Slip and Fall Accident?

Everyone slips or trips on occasion. Fortunately, in most scenarios, the greatest damage incurred is embarrassment.

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Teen Dies in Tragic T-Bone Collision at Intersection on Way to School

Teen Dies in Tragic T-Bone Collision at Intersection on Way to School

According to The Times-Picayune, a 16-year-old motorist died after sustaining serious injuries in a collision on his way to school.

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How Often Should You Replace Your Car’s Tires?

How Often Should You Replace Your Car’s Tires?

Maintaining a motor vehicle is the perfect real-world application of the phrase “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”

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Do You Believe These 5 Common Myths Regarding Personal Injury Claims?

Do You Believe These 5 Common Myths Regarding Personal Injury Claims?

When you sustain serious injuries, it can essentially halt your entire life. Your health suddenly becomes the only priority, and nothing else matters until you recover.

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