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[caption id="attachment_1042" align="alignright" width="300"] Here are some helpful tips regarding what you can do to minimize your chances of getting into blind spot vehicle accidents.[/caption] Picking up from What You Need to Know About Blind Spot Vehicle Accidents (Part 1), the following has some more important...

[caption id="attachment_1039" align="alignright" width="300"] Drivers are more likely to get into blind spot vehicle accidents when they are drunk, distracted, fatigued and/or inexperienced.[/caption] Blind spot accidents are, unfortunately, an all-too-common incident, especially for drivers who regularly commute during rush hour and/or are on the road a...

[caption id="attachment_1036" align="alignright" width="300"] Approximately 33,000 child car seats have been recalled by Combi USA due to concerns that the safety harnesses on these seats will break if the vehicle is in an accident.[/caption] Approximately 33,000 child car seats have been recalled by Combi USA due...

[caption id="attachment_1033" align="alignright" width="300"] The final vaginal mesh bellwether case against Bard starts on January 10, and many will be looking for what to expect in future litigation.[/caption] On Friday January 10, 2014, the final vaginal mesh bellwether case against C.R. Bard is scheduled to get...

[caption id="attachment_1029" align="alignright" width="300"] Are you checking your tires’ tread regularly? If not, you can use these simple tests to accurately check the tread on your tires.[/caption] Continuing from Preventing Tire Blowouts: How to Check Your Tire’s Tread (Part 1), the following provides some basic instructions...

[caption id="attachment_1026" align="alignright" width="300"] By using a penny, you can quickly and easily decipher if your tires have sufficient tread. Use this penny test regularly, and get new tires if your tires lack sufficient tread.[/caption] Checking the tread on your tires – especially before the winter...