Steps Motorists Can Take to Avoid Hitting a Cyclist

Updated article: Original publish date 4/1/14 Drivers will see an increase of cyclist volume on the roads throughout the cooler months when bicycling to work becomes popular. Drivers can easily be distracted from a number of vises and at the same time are rarely looking for anything on the road other than another vehicle. It […]

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National Bullying Awareness Month

Updated Article: Original publish date 10/22/2012 It is estimated that 160,000 children miss school every day because of the fear of assault or intimidation by other students. Bullying and harassment stand in the way between too many youth and the opportunity for an education. The effects of bullying can last a lifetime. There are many […]

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Sports injuries: What are my rights?

Updated article – Original Publish Date: 9/23/15 While many parents will simply turn to their insurance provider for help in these instances, you may be able to seek compensation from another source. Parents of athletes and the athletes themselves need to know what those rights are, and how they apply after a serious sports injury. […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury Affects the Whole Family, Not Just the Victim

Brain Injuries: we hear about them fairly regularly, particularly regarding sports figures. Many of us don’t consider concussions to be completely debilitating but the fact is that multiple concussions over time have a devastating impact on victims. While high-profile cases are often heard about in the news, many people, not just the famous, can suffer a debilitating TBI. […]

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