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    How Traffic Rules And Regulations Protect You And Others

    Nobody likes to follow all of the rules. There is just sometimes one of those rules that you simply do not agree with. You might find a way around it with an excuse, or you might just flat out disregard it and do what you want. The trouble with that is that most rules are designed for your protection and for the protection of other people.

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    Defense Base Act Law Straight Talk: What Is An Injury Under The DBA?

    The term “injury” means accidental injury or death arising out of and in the course of employment. Injury for Defense Base Act workers includes everything from tripping and falling on steps, to automobile collisions, to getting hurt while ducking for cover under enemy fire, to IED explosions, to breaking your ankle playing basketball, to playing soccer, to falling out of your bunk.

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    Tips To Staying Safe On The Road

    Whether you’re new on the road, or have been driving for decades, driving comes with a high level of responsibility that, when forgotten, can lead to accidents and injuries. There can be no doubt that the number of large motorized vehicles greatly outweighs smaller vehicles like motorcycles and bicyclists. But if you’re going to be driving, you will find yourself in the vicinity of one sooner or later.

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    The Effects Drunk Driving Has On Others

    You might consider the choice to drive drunk as a problem of your own. You may have told people before that you are only hurting yourself, and asked them not to worry about you anymore. The problem with that statement is that drunk driving has a dramatic effect on many other people, without you even realizing it. The following are some examples of the effects that your drunk driving could have on others.

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    Practice Safe Driving By Keeping Your Speed Under Control

    There can be no question that people nowadays seem to be regularly pressed for time. Whether they’re on their way to work, a family gathering, home, school, or any other destination, people appear to be going faster and faster. There have been many arguments against speeding, but what’s the harm if you’re comfortable with your driving skills?

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    What You Should Know About Personal Injury Lawsuits

    Personal injury lawsuits may involve a lot of hassle, unpleasant feelings, and emotional turmoil. These types of lawsuits can be very stressful on your body, especially if you are already dealing with a physically strenuous recovery. In addition, the lawsuits can be psychologically and emotionally draining as well.

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    Safety Tips For Mature Drivers

    Being retired does not guarantee that you are a safe driver. You might have more experience than some of the younger generation, but there are still accidents that happen and even new concerns that you should be aware of. As you age, you should be sure to keep up on traffic safety.

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    Seaman Attorney Straight Talk: When Do I Have to File My Jones Act Lawsuit?

    Generally, you will need to file your lawsuit within three years of your date of injury in order to timely file your claim. The Jones Act has a three year statute of limitations. Which means the law limits your ability to file a lawsuit after three years. You should usually not wait until the end of the limitations period (read: 3 years) in order to file your lawsuit.

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