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Three Tips To Keep You From Being A Bicycle Statistic

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If you were to ask your physician for a list oflow impact exercises you could engage in to get healthier, bicycling would probably be among their top ten. This is a great way to not only exercise, but to be able to spend time with all age members of your family. Unfortunately, in 2013, more than 700 people were killed while cycling in accidents that involved a motor vehicle. In addition to this, more than 48,000 more were injured.…

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Accidents, Injuries, And Alcohol: Is The Bar Responsible?

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Accidents caused by drunk driving are always legally complex, but they become even more so when the drunk driver who facilitated the accident became intoxicated at a bar. If you or someone who is close to was injured in a car accident at the hands of a drunk driver, you may also have a case against the establishment he or she was at the day of the crash. When might you have a case?…

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Invisible Injuries: When Accidents Leave Emotional Wreckage

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The crash came out of nowhere, jarring you out of your thoughts about what you were going to have for dinner that night. With a sudden, slamming impact your life changed forever. You remember the sheer terror you felt as the pain overwhelmed you and emergency personnel put you in the ambulance. Although the physical injuries from your accident have settled into a new, background reality of chronic pain, you also suffered emotional injuries that sometimes feel as acute as the day the crash occurred.…

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