Year: 2014

Drivers Who Cause Accidents While Suffering From Medical Conditions Still Responsible for Damages

Driver Suffering Apparent Seizure Crashes Vehicle Into Restaurant Almost Injuring Customers Drivers who experience a debilitating medical condition while behind the wheel can cause serious injuries to themselves and others, as well as significant property damage. In a frightening accident that occurred recently in Valdosta, a driver of a pickup truck drove into the side of a local […]

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Be Careful on the Roads and in Parking Lots Over the Busy Thanksgiving Holiday

Holiday Travelers And Early Christmas Shoppers Likely To Be Out In Force With Thanksgiving coming up and the holidays right around the corner, the roadways are going to become even more congested as 2014 comes to a close. Experts are already predicting that this year’s shopping season is likely to be a busy one because of the […]

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Rain Over Holiday Season Increases Risk of Accidents

One of the things consumers are celebrating this holiday season is the continued low price of filling up our tanks with gasoline. With this continued low price of fuel, it is anticipated that many families will be traveling over Christmas and New Year’s this year. Also, with Christmas falling on a Thursday, many employees likely […]

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Tallahassee News Source Promotes “Rethink the Drink” During Holiday Season

As the holidays approach, many of those in the Tallahassee area will be attending social gatherings and parties to celebrate the season and bring in the New Year. A recent article on excessive alcohol consumption, which appeared in the Tallahassee Democrat, highlighted some important reasons to rethink drinking too much alcohol at these holiday festivities. The […]

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Some Minivans Perform Poorly in Crash Test

Nissan Quest And Others Rated As “Poor” In Crash Test Minivans are popular among parents, especially those with young children. The minivan’s popularity stems from the cargo space the vehicle provides for carrying children and their supplies, as well as the perception that minivans are “safer” than smaller vehicles. The minivan’s overall safety has recently […]

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Circumcision Injuries

CDC Releases Draft Federal Guidelines On Circumcision Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released draft federal guidelines on circumcision. The proposed guidelines are the first ever federal guidelines on circumcision, which is a medical procedure that involves cutting away the foreskin around the tip of the penis. These proposed federal guidelines lean […]

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