Old vs. New: See How Car Safety Has Drastically Improved

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    1950’s Car Safety vs. Today Ever wonder how our lightweight modern cars stack up against the older, far more heavy automobiles? The below Consumer Reports video smashes a 2009 Chevy Malibu into a 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air and the results may surprise you. See the dramatic difference between car safety from the 1950’s vs. car safety today.

    2 Brothers Dead in Wrong-Way Crash; 4 Injured

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    Two brothers were killed in a wrong-way crash late Monday night. Several other people were injured in the crash, which occurred along State Route 516 in Kent, Washington. Washington State Patrol said the crash happened around 11:30 p.m. When first responders arrived at the scene they found multiple damaged vehicles. The multi-car crash was reported to have been caused when […]

    Top 10 Causes of Pedestrian Accidents

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    As more and more people seek out alternative modes of transportation—bicycles, ride-sharing, public transit—traveling by foot is becoming increasingly popular. Not only is being a pedestrian a healthier option than most, it’s likely the most cost-effective. With over 4,000 deaths and 70,000 injuries in the US each year, it’s a misnomer to believe walking is the safest form of transportation. […]

    Exhausted PIP? What You Can Do

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      One of the most common questions accident victims have about their automobile insurance is what to do after their Personal Injury Protection (PIP) is exhausted. Losing your PIP coverage can be an especially stressful experience, like having the rug pulled out beneath you. It’s hard enough worrying about recovering from your injuries to have to additionally stress over how, […]

    Crush Injuries and You: The Danger of Dog Bites

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    It only takes a minute. You could be walking along, minding your own business, when a ferocious dog suddenly sets upon you like a lightning bolt falling out of the sky. Dog bites are serious injuries which can lead to long-term physical and psychological damage. According to the Midwestern Vascular Surgical Society, “approximately 1.6 million U.S. patients were reported with […]