How to Avoid Common Motorcycle Accidents

September 24, 2018

Everyone knows that riding a motorcycle can be an extremely dangerous mode of transportation. But it’s also a lot of fun. That’s why people do it. There are a few basic things every rider knows to do in order to stay safe on their cruiser, sports bike, or touring motorcycle. The first rule is to…

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When Siblings Share The Caregiving For An Aging Parent, Will It Be Welfare Or Warfare?

September 21, 2018

Caring for an aging loved one is full of challenges, perhaps none greater than sharing responsibilities with siblings. “It shouldn’t have to be this hard,” said Kelly, a 55-year-old woman caring for her 89-year-old father with Parkinson’s disease. “After all, my sister and I both love my father. Why can’t we agree on things?” Kelly…

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Can I Sue If I Was Injured on an Airplane? -John Fagan Law-

September 20, 2018

When people think of airplane accidents, it is likely they imagine the tragic, dramatic crashes that injure or kill many people at once. However, it is possible to become injured on an airplane that hasn’t crashed, simply through the negligence of the pilot or other airplane staff. A number of airline passengers each year suffer…

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Prepare For Each Phase Of a Flood Event With This Checklist

September 19, 2018

Floods can occur anywhere, making them one of the most common natural disasters with the potential cause significant damage to buildings, contents and yard storage. As extreme weather events occur with more frequency, it’s important for insureds to be prepared for flooding, even if they live in areas not known to be susceptible to such…

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Alligator Kills Woman Trying to Protect Dog at SC Resort

September 19, 2018

A woman who often walked her dog near a golf course lagoon across the street from her vacation home was killed Monday by an alligator that dragged her into the greenish water at a private resort on the South Carolina coast. Authorities said 45-year-old Cassandra Cline was trying to protect her pet border collie when…

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Nursing Home Neglect – Prevention, Signs and Types of Negligence

September 18, 2018

Nursing home neglect is similar to nursing home abuse in many ways, but they are not the same. While nursing home abuse implies a specific intent to harm the elder, nursing home neglect is defined as a breach of duty or form of sub-standard care that results in harm to the patient. The breach of…

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September 18, 2018

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Pet Safety Before, During and After Florence and Other Natural Disasters

September 18, 2018

Many pets become lost or separated from their families during storms or other disasters. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, sponsors of Ready.gov, want you to include your cat, dog or other animals in your disaster preparedness plans. Lessons from Katrina During Hurricane Katrina in 2005, tens of thousand…

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Behind the Wheel: How to Help Your Teen Become a Safe Driver

September 14, 2018

A driver’s license used to be a rite of passage for most teenagers. The license was a key to growing independence from adults and new worlds of possibilities. But, the image of the shiny convertible cruising down the open road no longer reflects typical driving conditions today, in which the high costs of insurance, fuel,…

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HURRICANE FLORENCE UPDATE:

September 14, 2018

Hurricane Florence Bringing ‘1,000-Year’ Rain, Storm Surge To North Carolina: ‘It’s Getting Worse’ Hurricane Florence is pummeling the North Carolina coastline, making landfall with life-threatening storm surges and wind gusts at or above 100 mph in some areas. The storm hit Wilmington, North Carolina, Friday morning with a 105 mph wind gust, the strongest wind…

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