East Tennessee Outside Workers: Staying Safe on the Job

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Abingdon, Bristol and Johnson City All over the country people face potential work hazards every day on the job. Unfortunately, sometimes these hazards cause work-related injuries or even death. Taking necessary precautions not only can keep you safe or save your life but also protects those around you. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), there were 4,836 … Read More

How to Avoid Getting in a Motorcycle Accident

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Abingdon, Bristol and Johnson City Motorcycles can be fun to ride, especially as the weather begins to cool off in East Tennessee. However, riding a motorcycle may not be the safest mode of travel. According to the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety, motorcyclists are 30 times more likely, as opposed to people inside a vehicle, to get killed in a … Read More

Mistakes to avoid when Hiring an Accident Lawyer

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Abingdon, Bristol and Johnson City The immediate aftermath of a vehicle accident can be a very stressful time. You are likely to be sore or worse, if you sustained any injuries in the wreck. You are trying to assess the damage done to your vehicle. If serious, how will you continue to get to work? How will your children get … Read More

Suing a Drug Company

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Abingdon, Bristol and Johnson City Millions of people in this country rely on prescription drugs to maintain their quality of life—or even to survive. Consumers need to have confidence that their prescriptions will be not only effective, but safe as well. However, this is not always the case. Every day, people are injured or even die as a result of … Read More

School Bus Safety why no Seatbelts

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Abingdon, Bristol and Johnson City For many people, fastening their seatbelt is an automatic action when entering a vehicle. Not only is it a law to wear a seat belt when riding in a motor vehicle, but it also is the subject of the widespread “Click it or ticket” advertising campaign throughout the state of Tennessee. Curiously, though, one of … Read More