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Blog Posts in May, 2016

05.27.2016
Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month: 8 Safety Tips

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that motorcyclists are 26 times more likely to be killed in an accident than drivers and passengers in cars. If you ride a motorcycle regularly, it is vital that you are cautious ...

05.16.2016
5 Ways to Prevent Senior Slip & Fall Accidents

According to the American Trauma Society and the Society of Trauma Nurses, slip and fall accidents remain the leading cause of serious injury or death among American seniors. As part of National Trauma Awareness Month (May 2016), the two societies ...

05.13.2016
The Pit - When the Union Began

Employee rights have come a long, long way and advanced quite considerably in a little more than a century’s worth of time. From acceptable wages to compensation after being hurt on the job, workers today have it considerably better than those ...