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Top Golf Cart Safety Tips

April 17th, 2018

The warmer weather is upon us, meaning people, if they haven’t already, will be dusting off their golf carts and hitting the links.  Depending on where you live and where you are driving, golf carts may be able to lawfully driven on city streets, so expect to see more this time of year.

While most people consider golf carts to be relatively safe, it’s important to remember that they are still vehicles and that accidents do happen. You can have Read more

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Top Ten Myths and Misconceptions Surrounding Motorcycles

April 12th, 2018

Do you think you know everything there is to know about riding motorcycles? Even if you are a seasoned rider, there may still be things you are not aware of regarding motorcycle safety. There is no shortage of myth and misconception surrounding bikes, their riders and their safe operation.

Here are 10 of those myths and misconceptions, many of which you may have believed in at one point or another.

  1. Loud Pipes Make You Safe

Many people believe that Read more

Posted In: Motorcycle Accidents

Information Regarding Surgical Mesh and Why You Need to Know

March 23rd, 2018

Maybe your doctor has diagnosed you with pelvic organ prolapse, or POP. Perhaps you have a bladder prolapse. Or maybe you have a hernia and your doctor is recommending surgical repair. Before you go under the knife for a mesh implant, there are things you need to know.

While many people have undergone these procedures without incident, others have been left with devastating injuries. Surgical mesh is not something to have implanted without doing your due diligence. Here is some Read more

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Avoid These 10 Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

March 3rd, 2018

The pull of the open road is something that motorcyclists understand. Riding a motorcycle is a freeing feeling and a way to relax for hundreds of thousands of people. For others, it’s also a way to commute, saving money on gas they would otherwise be putting into their more traditional vehicle.

In North Carolina, there are approximately 200,000 registered bikers. While motorcycles can be found on the road at any time of year, they are more prevalent in the warmer Read more

Posted In: Motorcycle Accidents

The Real Story Behind Invokana

February 28th, 2018

Have you ever taken a medication and noticed a black box on the bottle with writing inside? If you do, you should pay close attention. The black box is how the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warns consumers that there is a serious or life-threatening risk in taking the drug. Invokana (canagliflozin) is one of those drugs.

The decision to include a black box warning on Invokana was made in 2017 after a 2016 safety alert in which rates of Read more

Posted In: Personal Injury

Driving with Kids – Don’t Get Distracted!

February 18th, 2018

little girl looking out the car window in the drivers seatThink about driving for a moment. Ask yourself if when you are in the car you are truly focused on the road. If you’re someone who frequently drives with children in the vehicle, chances are the answer to that question is, “no.”

In an Australian study, researchers discovered that people driving with children in the backseat were 12 times more likely to be distracted behind the wheel than a person talking on their cell phone. According to the study, a … Read more

Posted In: Distracted Driving

Millennials Being Called Worst Drivers

February 17th, 2018

mid-20s man texting while drivingWhen it comes to the worst drivers in America, people have strong opinions on who they believe should carry the title. Some believe it to be seniors. Others think that the distinction belongs to teenagers. Of course, there are those who think other certain groups also hold the title.

According to a report recently released by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, those between the ages of 19 and 39, or Millennials, are proving to be quite dangerous behind … Read more

Posted In: Car Accidents

Staying Safe On Your First Motorcycle

February 16th, 2018

closeup of a motorcycle engineWhether it’s the freedom of the open road calling your name or just something you’ve always wanted to do, you have decided to by a motorcycle. You’re going to have a great time once you finally choose one, but the important part is choosing the right one. Not only that, but picking out all of the right gear.

There is more than purchasing a bike than a make and then there’s the necessary safety gear that comes with it. Here … Read more

Posted In: Motorcycle Accidents

Burn Injuries Related to Car Accidents

February 14th, 2018

close up of doctor bandaging one hand after an accidentWhen people think of burn injuries, their thoughts may travel to cooking accidents or even house fires. Many don’t consider burns as the result of motor vehicle collisions, but these injuries do occur. In fact, car accidents cause a fair share of burn injuries treated by medical professionals across the country.

The aftermath of a burn injury can be devastating. Burns cause serious pain and often require rehabilitation. In some situations, burns can be so severe that they lead to … Read more

Posted In: Car Accidents

Who Is Responsible When You Are Injured At The Gym?

February 8th, 2018

free weights dumbbell against a white backgroundYou may find it difficult to believe, especially if you’ve never experienced it, but injuries at the gym are pretty common. People may not fall on the floor and writhe in pain, but could experience sore muscles later in the day from a few too many reps. In other instances, someone could slip and fall in the shower, injuring themselves more severely.

Gyms are typically thought to be of as fairly safe places. Employees are available to teach people how … Read more

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