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July 2016 Archives

The importance of safety seats for children's safety

A child's safety is one of the most important things parents, guardians, teachers and others worry about. Keeping a child safe in a vehicle means remembering to fasten seat belts, using restraints correctly and using the right car seats. Failing to do this can lead to a child's serious injuries if an accident takes place or if the car has to stop quickly.

The high costs of spinal cord injuries and your crash

The costs of living with a spinal cord injury can be immense. The exact costs depend on the injury itself, whether it's complete or incomplete and if recovery is a possibility. The age at which the injury takes place also impacts the overall cost of the injury over a person's lifetime. Here are some of the facts about spinal cord injuries of various types.

Why do truck drivers crash?

If you've been involved in a crash with a tractor-trailer, you probably want to know why the truck went out of control or hit your vehicle. You were doing your best to obey the rules of the road, so why wasn't the driver of that vehicle? While you can file a claim and get compensated for the accident, that doesn't always answer your questions. Here are some common reasons truck drivers crash their vehicles.

Why car seats are important to prevent childhood injuries

A parent's worst nightmare is an injury that hurts or disables his child. When children are in a vehicle, the risk of injuries increases; the risk of being in an accident is high enough that some parent may not even feel good about traveling often.

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