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Common Causal Factors in Swimming Pool Accidents
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It is known that swimming pools are not the safest recreational spaces. They are known to even take lives. This fact should make property owners and swimming pool owners more careful. They should enforce more safety measures and procedures in their pools to ensure that nothing bad is going to happen. This can be particularly important if the swimming pool involved is open to...

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Your Disabled Child can Receive Supplemental Security Income Benefits from Social Security
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The Supplemental Security Income (SSI), a U.S. Federal government that was created by the Social Security Administration (SSA) in 1974, was designed to provide cash benefits to: Disabled adults who have limited income and resources; People 65 years old or older who are without disabilities, but who meet the financial limits set under the federal benefit rate (FBR); and, Disabled children who are younger...

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Seat Belt: A Device That can Either Save or Take Away Lives
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If the same problem has been reported of vehicles of the same design, especially if any of the reports mention the occurrence of an accident due to the (reported) problem, then it may be necessary to recall the vehicle in question. A vehicle recalls, as pointed out by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), becomes necessary if: The defect poses a risk to...

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What You Need To Know About Truck No-Zone Spots
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In most instances, accidents involving trucks and other small vehicles will be devastating resulting to injuries or worst deaths. One of the most common causes of crashes and accidents with these huge vehicles is the failure to recognize the truck’s “no zone” spot. Figures revealed by the US Department of Transportation revealed that more than 413,000 car accidents were due to truck blind spots....

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What You Should Do After a Crash
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Crowe & Mulvey, LLP state on their website that millions of people in the country are affected by vehicular accidents every year. In fact, according to the Association for Safe International Road Travel, every year, at least 37,000 people are killed while 2.35 million are injured or disabled in the United States following a car crash. While an automobile accident is one of the...

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