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March is Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month

March 13th, 2017

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the leading causes of death and disability in the United States, contributing to approximately 30% of all injury deaths. Whether one suffers from a brain injury due to a workplace accident, car crash, fall, sports-related injury or any situation, the consequences can be devastating and life altering. March…

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Daylight Savings Time is Here Be Sure to Spring Forward!

March 10th, 2017

At 2:00 am this Sunday, daylight savings time begins! Don’t forget to move your clocks forward an hour as we enter into Spring! This jump forward also puts us behind an hour in sleep resulting in an increase of drowsy drivers on the roads. Also, resetting the clock is always a good time to replace…

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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL AMERICANS! PLEASE VOTE NO TODAY, TO VARIOUS BILLS THAT ARE READY TO BE PASSED INTO LAW.

March 9th, 2017

Your rights are in jeopardy! Congress is currently working on passing new laws that would take away important rights as an American citizen. Please take action immediately to protect the rights you currently have. Each year thousands of patients die in hospitals, medical facilities and nursing homes due to preventable medical mistakes. As patients, we…

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Millennial Drivers Could Be Putting Motorists At Risk

Teen Driver Safety, car accident attorneys new york, car accident attorneys rockland county, car accident lawyers new york, car accident lawyers rockland county, Distracted driving, driver safety, new city NY car accident attorneys, new york car accident lawyers,new jersey car accident lawyers March 8th, 2017

According to the American Automobile Association Foundation for Traffic Safety, 88% of drivers between the age of 19 and 24 admitted to texting while driving, running red lights or speeding. Millennials admitted to: Typing and sending texts & emails while driving at accelerated speeds Running red lights when they could have stopped safely Driving at…

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End Highway Homicide – Over 40,000 People Died In Motor Vehicle Accidents in 2016

February 28th, 2017

The National Safety Council recently announced that 40,200 people died in motor vehicle crashes last year.  Sadly, this is the first time that more than 40,000 people have perished on U.S. roads since the Great Recession. Each month in 2016 3,500 people died. The Vietnam War claimed 58,209 US military casualties.  The rate of deaths…

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These Winter Weather Driving Tips Can Help You In A Pinch!

February 2nd, 2017

With February and March being the most snow-ridden months of the year, it is important to be prepared when driving in dangerous weather. Roads become slick. Some drivers get scared, other drivers lose control, cars may skid unexpectedly, and unsalted roads become hazardous. While we don’t like to think about it, accidents happen. Drivers should…

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Remembering The Holocaust & Honoring Its Survivors on International Holocaust Remembrance Day

January 27th, 2017

January 27 is Yam Hashoah or International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which is in memory of the victims of The Holocaust. The UN General Assembly Resolution 60/7 designated this date on Nov 1, 2005. On January 27th in 1945, is when the largest Nazi death camp in Auschwitz-Birkenau (Poland) was liberated by Soviet troops. 1945: The…

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Construction Injuries and Fatalities on the Rise as Inspections Decline in New York

January 23rd, 2017

New York City is booming with constant construction of emerging restaurants, hotels, apartment buildings and office structures and renovations. When there is such high demand for construction needs, safety regulations and appropriate training can become overshadowed. With budget costs and strict deadlines being of top concern to builders and contractors, they often jeopardize the safety…

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The Top 5 Most Significant Product Recalls of 2016

January 18th, 2017

When making an important purchase, such as a mobile device or a vehicle, there are many factors that help in your decision making process. It is important to consider the potential safety risks associated with any product that you purchase. As consumers, we put our faith in manufacturers to deliver safe products and we trust…

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Intergenerational Living Concept Improves Quality of Life for Thousands of Nursing Home Residents

January 13th, 2017

Entering a nursing home or assisted living facility is never an easy decision. It is difficult to find elder care that is warm and inviting, and has the requirements necessary for independent living or assisted living. Oftentimes when the elderly move, they begin to feel isolated, cutoff from the world as they know it or…

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