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Dealing with a Car Fire: Stay Safe and Act Swiftly

Dealing with a Car Fire Stay Safe and Act Swiftly

Imagine you’re driving down the road, minding your own business, when suddenly you smell smoke and notice flames flickering from under the hood of your car. It’s a terrifying scenario that can happen to anyone, and knowing how to respond can make all the difference.

What Happens When You Get Into An Accident in a Company-Owned Vehicle

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Accidents involving company-owned vehicles are more frequent than you might think. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of work-related deaths in the United States. In 2019, work-related crashes cost employers $39 billion in settlements.

Neck Injury Resulting from an Auto Accident: Steps to Take

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Neck injuries following a car accident can be severe, resulting in permanent disability, chronic pain, or a potentially life-threatening condition. Victims of car accidents must be able to identify signs and symptoms of neck injuries and seek medical attention immediately.

Safe Driving Tips for the Holidays

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The holidays are upon us, and many Americans plan to travel by car instead of flying and waiting in long lines at the airport. The American Automobile Association (AAA) predicts that 100.1 million Americans will travel by car to their holiday destinations, even with higher-than-average gas prices.

How to Stay Safe on the Road During Hurricane Evacuations

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As our neighbors to the south recover from the flooding and catastrophic property damage brought on by Hurricane Ian, we are reminded that evacuations are not something to be taken lightly. Staying put when you are told to evacuate is not only against the law but could also be dangerous. Therefore, it is in your best interest to obey the evacuation call.

What Happens During An Initial Consultation?

Drivers in Florida deal with heavy rainfall each year. From mild drizzles to heavy rainstorms, precipitation can quickly change driving conditions, causing them to become hazardous. Use safe driving techniques to avoid accidents when rain is forecasted. Rain Increases Driving Risks Precipitation
This article will explain what you can expect during an initial consultation, and how to get maximum benefit from it.