• Sue-Or-Treat? Tips For Keeping Your Home Safe For Trick-Or-Treaters

    Halloween is right around the corner. While parents do everything they can to keep their kids safe while trick-or-treating, everyone has to do their part. If you are handing out candy to children, you need to make sure your home is safe for them. Many people decorate without considering the dangers. Here are some tips for making sure your home is trick-or-treat friendly. Choose candy wisely You might assume that parents will remove any unsafe candy, but it's not always the case.
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  • What Should You Do If You're Injured While Bicycling To Work?

    With many U.S. cities making major strides to improve access for walkers, joggers, and bikers, you may be starting to take advantage of these efforts in your own area. Bicycling to work or social gatherings can help you get a healthy level of exercise while also reducing your fuel costs and the wear and tear on your vehicle. However, even if you're a careful bicyclist, accidents can happen -- and if you are involved in a matchup with even a small vehicle, you're likely to be the one suffering the brunt of the impact.
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  • Make Sure Your Expectations For An Auto-Related Personal Injury Claim Are Realistic

    Million-dollar personal injury settlements capture headlines, but most people who file a personal injury claim don't receive seven-figure sums. In fact, even those who do receive sizeable settlements see much less than their due. Court fees, attorney's costs and medical bills all must be paid out of a settlement. If you have a personal injury claim related to an auto accident and are hiring a personal injury attorney, make sure your expectations are realistic.
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