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What to Do if You Were Injured at a New York Fall Festival

New York’s fall festivals are some of the biggest and best in the country. Given the numerous different festivals that occur throughout the season, you’ll find live music, food, and events ...
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Halloween Safety Tips for Trick-or-Treaters & Other Pedestrians

The Halloween season is upon us, a time when kids and adults alike can dress up and party the night away. As fun as this holiday can be, it also has a potential for injury. A city full of people ...
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Back-to-School Safety Tips

It’s that time of year again! Now that summer vacation is over, parents and children throughout the country are preparing for the upcoming school year. It is important to understand—and ...
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Swimming Pool Safety Tips for Summer

Now that summer is here, it is important to remember to be cautious and safe whenever you go for a swim in a pool with your family and friends. During the months of summer, drowning deaths increase ...
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5 Tips for an Injury-Free Holiday Season

As the holidays approach, you may be excited about the number of parties or festivities you are invited to. Whether you are headed to a work function or a party with your friends, it is always ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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Ways to Keep Your Teenage Driver Safe

Your teenager has just gotten his or her driver’s license and will soon be cruising around town, enjoying their newfound independence. Not only is this an important milestone in your ...
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How You Should Handle a Car Accident with an Uninsured Motorist

New York State is one of the few in the country that actually uses a no-fault insurance system. If you get into a car accident with another person, no matter who is to blame, you need to get coverage ...
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Safely Using Your Navigational GPS Device While Driving

Any driver in New York City can tell you that the Big Apple can be a real mess of traffic during certain hours of the day, such as all of them. Navigational global positioning system (GPS) units and ...
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Tips to Stay Safe Around a Construction Zone

Safety is everyone’s responsibility, and construction sites are no exemption to this rule, despite them being considerably more dangerous than the average location. But that is the point of this ...
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Tips to Help Drivers Avoid a Truck Accident

We have all seen the massive devastation that a truck accident can create. As these vehicles can carry as much as 40 tons worth of cargo, the weight of an 18-wheeler can do incredible damage in the ...
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