• Fast Food Drive-Thru Safety

    November 16 is National Fast Food Day. This is a day where fast food lovers across the country celebrate by going through a fast food drive-thru or dining at a fast food restaurant. If you’re planning to go to a drive-thru in honor of this holiday, you should follow the drive-thru safety tips below in order to ensure your safety and the safety of others.

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  • Keeping Your House Safe This Holiday Season

    Now that it’s the holiday season, shopping for gifts, attending parties, and decorating your home are likely on your mind. While you are enjoying all of the excitement that comes with the holidays, it’s important to take certain safety precautions. To learn about keeping your house safe this holiday season, read the tips below.

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  • Safe Driving During the Holidays

    This Thanksgiving, you may be going on a road trip to spend the holiday with your loved ones. If you are planning on driving more than 50 miles, you should follow the safe driving tips below in order to keep yourself and your passengers safe. If an accident that was caused by another driver’s negligence leaves you or your loved one injured, you should reach out to our Chicago ...

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  • 10 Office Safety Tips

    There are a number of hazards in every office. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics stated that in 2008 approximately 80,410 office employees were injured while working. By following the office safety tips below, you can ensure your and your coworkers safety while at work. If you have been injured in your work office because of the negligence of someone else or lack of prop ...

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  • New Passenger Side Front Crash Test Added by IIHS

    When the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) first created its small-overlap front crash test, it soely tested the driver’s side of the vehicle. Recently, however, the IIHS has introduced a passenger-side version of this test in an effort to ensure that front passengers receive the same level of safety as drivers.

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