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  • Bicycle Accidents: How to Avoid Becoming a Statistic

    The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) indicates that there were approximately 50,000 pedal cyclists injured in 2014. When bicyclists are involved in collisions with motor vehicles, the results can be catastrophic. In many cases, victims sustain injuries lie broken bones, traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), facial fractures, and even spinal cord injuries.

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  • School Bus Injuries Can Be the Result of Negligence

    Parents who send their children to school on a bus every day put an incredible amount of trust in the people responsible for its operation, and, thankfully, the vast majority of school bus trips occur without incident. Unfortunately, in some cases, the negligence of other people can result in serious accidents that can leave people injured.

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  • The Dangers of Sleep Apnea and Truck Drivers

    In order to receive a commercial driver’s license, a driver must undergo a medical evaluation and have a doctor state they are in adequate health to safely operate a large commercial vehicle. However, there are certain potentially risky health conditions that are not always screened for, diagnosed, or treated in commercial truck drivers. One such condition is obstructive sleep apnea.

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  • Your Rights As an Assault Victim

    If you have been the victim of a physical assault, you are probably upset and uncertain about what to do next. Even if the police have been able to identify and apprehend your attacker, the criminal aspect of an assault case does little for victims other than allowing them to feel that justice has been served.

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  • Stay Safe on the Roads in the New Year

    With the holidays behind us, most people are now looking forward to starting a new year and setting new goals. One of those goals should be to keep yourself and your family as safe as possible every time you leave the house – including when you are driving. The following are some examples of tips to stay safe on the roads in 2017: -Get a Tune-up – Keeping your car well-maint ...

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  • Holiday Gifts Can Cause Brain Injuries

    When you shop for holiday gifts for your children and other loved ones, you likely have zero intention of causing them harm. Instead, you likely focus on selecting gifts that will fulfill a specific request or will result in entertainment for your family. However, many toys and recreational products that make exciting gifts can also result in injury to your loved ones.

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  • Holiday Gifts Can Cause Brain Injuries

    When you shop for holiday gifts for your children and other loved ones, you likely have zero intention of causing them harm. Instead, you likely focus on selecting gifts that will fulfill a specific request or will result in entertainment for your family. However, many toys and recreational products that make exciting gifts can also result in injury to your loved ones.

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  • More Trucks may Mean more Crashes

    According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), there were an estimated 12,000,000 commercial vehicles registered for use in the United States in 2014, 11 million of which were large trucks. The number of trucks needed to transport goods across Indiana and across the country always increases toward the end of the year, as stores prepare to stock their shelv ...

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  • Common Accidents in Hotels

    Around this time of year, many families are booking vacations and are looking forward to getting out of town for the holidays. Unfortunately, some families find their trips affected by an unexpected injury at the hotel where they are staying. Like any other business, a hotel has the duty to ensure the premises are in a safe condition to avoid accidents and injuries.

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  • Beware of Drunk Drivers around the Holidays

    One of the major parts of the winter holidays is the food and drinks. Whether you are around the table with your family, at an office party, or at a gathering with friends, many people drink wine, spiked eggnog, champagne, and more during their holiday celebrations. When people have too much to drink and then make the dangerous decision to get behind the wheel of a car, they pu ...

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  • Car Accidents can Cause Serious Head Injuries

    Injuries sustained by a senior at Brownsburg High School earlier in late October highlight the fact that car accident can cause extremely serious head trauma. According to a report published at Indystar.com, football player and student Matt Turk has in a medically induced coma as of October 24th due to injuries he sustained in a car accident.

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  • Pedestrian Risks in the Fall Season

    Walking near traffic is always risky though often necessary. While you may consider the basic dangers of being a pedestrian, you may not consciously realize that pedestrians can be at higher risk of collisions in the later months of the year. As we enjoy the fall colors and crisp weather, we should also be taking care whenever we are walking outside by roadways.

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  • Study Shows Shocking Increase in Head Injuries to Children

    In recent years, soccer has become one of the most popular activities for children of all ages. An estimated 3 million children under the age of 19 participate in the sport, which is 90 percent more than participants in 1990. Local media reports1 that Indiana Soccer alone has about 56,000 young players.

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