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Decrease Pedestrian Accidents by… Adding Traffic Lights on the Ground?

Posted on June 6th, 2016
By Peter Mackey

Pedestrian Fatalities are rising in the U.S., even while fatalities decrease for all other groups, according to the National Highway Safety Administration. How bad is the problem? 4,735 pedestrians were killed in accidents in 2013 – an average of one pedestrian death every 2 hours.  Pedestrians are 1.5 times more likely to be killed on any given trip than […]

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Tips on using Social Media after a crash

Posted on June 3rd, 2016
By Frank Verderame

Being in a crash is traumatic, and seeking the support of friends and loved ones is completely normal. After you have surveyed the damage, treated your injuries and returned home, your first instinct may be to post about your experiences on social media. This is where people can get in trouble. Sharing too much information about your […]

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How Liens Can Affect Your Settlement

Posted on June 1st, 2016
By Peter Faraci

Personal injury settlements are awarded to compensate you for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, property damage and other costs related to the incident. However, if you owe money to another party, you may have a lien against your settlement, which may affect it greatly. What is a Lien? A lien is a […]

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Bike Sharing in the US: 35 Million Bicycle Trips. 0 Deaths

Posted on May 5th, 2016
By Lance Sears

Bike-sharing fans love to point out all the benefits; it’s an efficient, fast, and inexpensive way to get around, all while minimizing pollution, relieving congestion, and getting an aerobic workout. But with all the cars and trucks on city roads, is bike sharing safe? Somewhat surprisingly, yes! Since 2007, there have been 35,000 trips taken […]

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Don’t Be Carefree about Dangerous RV Awnings

Posted on April 19th, 2016
By Taos Injury Lawyers

Six years ago my friend and client was riding in her car over the Pensacola bridge when an awning from a recreational vehicle (RV) detached. The awning rod went through the windshield of her car striking her in the face. It has been a long six years for her. She has undergone numerous surgeries and […]

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