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  • Pedestrian and Bicyclist Deaths by Drivers at 30 Year High
    Pedestrian and Bicyclist Deaths by Drivers at 30 Year High

    This is another good news/bad news scenario. Nearly 36,600 people died on US roadways last year, a decrease of 2.4 percent from 2017, according to recently released figures from the National Highway ...

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  • Good News: Drunk Driving Deaths Down in Indiana. Bad News: Drug Impaired Drivers on the Rise.
    Good News: Drunk Driving Deaths Down in Indiana. Bad News: Drug Impaired Drivers on the Rise.

    According to a recent report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2018 saw a 13% decrease in drunk driving deaths from 2017. One reason for this decrease is that local law ...

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  • Light Rain Increases Risk of Crash
    Light Rain Increases Risk of Crash

    There’s nothing more refreshing than a light rain to clean the air and make the grass and flowers bloom in the springtime. However, a new study released in April in the Bulletin of the American ...

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  • The Slip and Fall Season is Upon Us
    The Slip and Fall Season is Upon Us

    With temperatures dropping below freezing during this time of year, slip and fall injuries are at their highest. Slip and fall accidents send more people to the emergency room than any other accident, ...

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  • Dresser Dangers – Still Reason for Concern
    Dresser Dangers – Still Reason for Concern

    You’ve no doubt heard about children getting seriously injured or killed because of a dresser falling on them. The most well-known of these instances involved dressers from Ikea. The company has ...

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  • Sports Safety and Your Kids
    Sports Safety and Your Kids

    Most people are celebrating that spring is upon us, despite some of the recent weather reports. And opening day for major league baseball will soon follow. It’s also a reminder to us that as you think ...

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