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In An Auto Accident Over Fourth of July Weekend?

July 7, 2014

Where you in An Auto Accident Over Fourth of July Weekend?  You’re not the only one.  In fact, according to the National Safety Council, it is estimated that approximately 41,200 injury accidents occurred.  The NCS estimates that seat belts likely saved an estimated 141 lives.  The council estimates that about 385 people likely lost their…

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Why Does A Dog Bite?

June 24, 2014

Why does a dog bite?  There are many possible reasons.  The most common being that a dog bite will occur when the dog is scared or feels threatened.  Also, dogs will bite to protect something that is valuable to them, be it food, a toy or even puppies.  A dog may simply bite arising from…

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FiveTips When You Are In An Auto Accident

June 17, 2014

Should I call the Police? If you are in an auto accident and it occurred on a public roadway, you should call 911, especially if someone is injured or another party fled the scene.  If the accident occurred in a parking lot, it is private property and absent injuries the policy usually will not show.…

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Is There A Form For A Mechanic's & Materialmen's Lien?

June 10, 2014

45.Lien Form by f-thomas As construction starts to ramp up again in the Valley of the  Sun, so do the issues associated with collecting on contracts.  A great mechanism for contractors and material suppliers to assist in collection of monies is a Mechanic’s & Materialmen’s Lien.  A Mechanic’s & Materialmen’s Lien is a great security measure…

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Helmets Useless in Bicycle Accidents?

May 30, 2014

Helmets and bike accidents?Helmet Useless in Bicycle Accidents?  That is what a London neurosurgeon .  Dr. Marsh states that current helmets are not designed to offer adequate protection, and that helmets did not have any effect on many car/bicycle accident patients he has treated.  Another study by of  conducted a study which indicates (in Great…

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