Drunk Driving: Tips for Victims

The Stark Reality: A Look at the Statistics Encountering a drunk driver is an unforeseen and harrowing experience, often leaving victims in a state of shock and confusion. The aftermath of such an incident is not only physically taxing but also emotionally and legally complex. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), […]

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Your Guide to Preventing Holiday Injuries

The holiday season brings more than just festive cheer and family gatherings. Unfortunately, it also sees a significant spike in accidents, particularly due to icy conditions and decorating mishaps. Understandably, preventing holiday injuries may not be on the top of your mind during this joyful season. However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) […]

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Halloween Safety for Kids

During the spooky season, the streets are filled with excited children dressed as their favorite superheroes, witches, and monsters. Halloween is a time of joy for kids and adults alike, but it also brings with it a significant risk of accidents and injuries. According to the Children’s Safety Network (CSN), children pedestrians are over 2 […]

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Common Personal Injuries: Your Guide to Safety

In the United States, personal injuries are alarmingly common, affecting millions of people each year. According to recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), unintentional injuries accounted for over 300,000 deaths in a single year. Among these personal injuries, car crashes was at the top of the list. In this blog […]

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Discussing Driving Safety with Your Teenager

Few things frighten parents more than when their child turns 16. This milestone birthday means their teenager is legally ready to get behind the wheel and on the road. Statistics say half of all teens will be involved in a car crash before graduating high school. Scarier yet, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause […]

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Preparing for Winter Driving Conditions

While the first significant snow has yet to hit us here in Missouri, we know that it is not far off.  The beauty of winter can often be overlooked because of the many hazards it creates for motorists.  Here are some tips to consider as you prepare yourself for a safe winter driving season. Fatigued […]

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Identifying Drunk Driver on the Road

You’re on your way home from the company Christmas party. You had a great time, even as the designated driver. You sipped on a soda, munched on some appetizers, while your coworkers stuck to beer and liquor. They sing along to Christmas music as, one by one, you drop them off at their corresponding homes. […]

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