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Why Tailgating Is Such a Dangerous Driving Behavior

Tailgating – which should not be confused with partying at the Arizona Cardinals football games – is defined as driving too close to drivers in front of you. When drivers tailgate, there is an increased chance that they will rear-end the driver in front of them. Drivers who tailgate also make the drivers in front…

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Pain and Suffering Awards in Vehicle Accident Claims

Let’s be honest. When a car accident causes injuries, the injuries often cause unbearable pain. The initial pain before there’s any medical treatment may cause you to go into shock. And almost everyone who is in an accident suffers stress. People worry about what type of injuries they have, can they be treated, and will…

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The FDA’s Stance Against E-Cigarettes

Most people have a sweet tooth; our brains are hard-wired to like the high-energy nutrition that comes from sweet tasting natural foods. This is why some products like children’s cough syrups and chewy vitamins come in different fruity flavors. The sweetness appeals to children and makes it easier for the child to consume something that…

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Boppy Recalls Over Three Million Baby Pillows Following Eight Infant Deaths

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a recall of several varieties of the Boppy Company’s newborn loungers for suffocation risks, after linking the product to the deaths of eight babies. These recalled products include Boppy Original Newborn Loungers, Boppy Preferred Newborn Loungers and Pottery Barn Kids Boppy Newborn Loungers. The infants reportedly suffocated after…

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The Dangers of Road Debris Accidents

Mandy Poff had one of the scariest encounters anyone can experience on the road. While driving on State Route 51 in Phoenix, Arizona, she was traveling behind a pickup truck with an attached trailer when her car was struck by a metal pole. According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety, the pickup truck struck…

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Most Common Causes of Fatal Car & Truck Crashes

Some types of car accidents are deadlier than others. The faster the vehicles are going when they crash, often the more deadly the accident will be. Cars which spin out of control are likely to have impacts with multiple vehicles or objects, which increases the risk of a fatality. Cars that strike each other head-on…

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FMCSA Considering Teens for Long-Haul Trucking Program

A proposed pilot program by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) will allow drivers as young as 18 years old to haul heavy cargo in commercial trucks across state lines. This pending legislation, backed by a bipartisan group of policymakers, would lower the age of long-haul truckers and address the growing shortage of truck…

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