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Should I Get Immediate Medical Attention After a Minor Car Accident?

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Serious car accidents can cause immediately noticeable injuries, such as broken bones or lacerations. Emergency personnel will arrive at the scene and help you into an ambulance to the nearest hospital. In a more minor accident, however, injuries may not … Continue reading

Grocery Store Slip and Fall Injuries

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Slip and fall accidents can cause serious personal injuries such as bone breaks, pulled muscles and head trauma. Grocery stores are prime settings for slip and fall accidents, with floors that may be waxy, wet or slippery with food debris. … Continue reading

What Information Should I Write Down After My Car Accident?

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Getting into a car accident is a difficult and often overwhelming time as a victim. On top of dealing with your personal injuries, you will also have to handle an insurance claim. A claims adjuster may ask you many questions … Continue reading

Should I Sign a Release or Authorization After My Accident?

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The documents you sign after an accident can have a dramatic effect on your right to recover financial compensation for your injuries and damages. Be extremely careful in what you sign following an accident, especially anything with “release” or “authorization” … Continue reading

Will Underinsured Motorist Coverage Help My Car Accident Claim?

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Underinsured motorist (UIM) coverage is a type of optional insurance in California. It protects the insured driver from having to pay out of pocket after a collision with a driver who does not have enough car insurance. Navigating a UIM … Continue reading

Do Insurance Companies Check Traffic Cameras?

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In the Digital Age, cameras are recording almost constantly in public places. Businesses install security cameras and closed-circuit television (CCTV) recorders to enhance security and prevent crime. Cities install traffic cameras at intersections to catch red-light runners. Even individuals can … Continue reading

Wildfire Evacuation Tips

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With an average of over 5,000 blazes per year, California is one of the most dangerous states for wildfires. As a resident, it is imperative to know at least the basics of how to evacuate your home safely and efficiently … Continue reading

13 Signs of Alcohol Poisoning

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Alcohol poisoning is another phrase for alcohol overdose. The body can only process so much alcohol in a short period. Consuming too much alcohol too quickly can lead to the poisoning of the organs. If you suspect someone could be … Continue reading

Frying a Turkey? Follow These Safety Tips

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You might think a crisp exterior and juicy interior is worth the risks of frying a turkey…until you know the facts. Turkey deep fryers have caused so many burn injuries on past Thanksgivings that the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) … Continue reading

Top 10 U.S. Holidays With the Most Binge Drinking

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Celebrating certain holidays comes with more drinking than others. Mother’s Day, for example, does not have the same reputation as a ‘party holiday’ as Cinco de Mayo. While it is normal to cheers an occasion with a few drinks, binge … Continue reading

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