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  • Tire Valve Update

    Posted By Regan Zambri & Long || 20-Nov-2008

    A previous DC Metro Area Personal Injury Law Blog posting discussed Safety Officials Urging Drivers to Inspect Tire Valve Stems Distributed by Dill Air Control. Since then, according to a Detroit Free Press article, a new investigation into Ford Motor Company has been initiated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), prompting additional warnings. Anyone who remembers the ...
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  • Insurance Fraud: Common-Sense Advice to Protect Consumers

    Posted By Regan Zambri & Long || 17-Nov-2008

    The term "insurance fraud" is usually attributed to the consumer but a recent article by the American Association for Justice has outlined an increasing problem of Insurance companies committing the insurance fraud. We learn from an early age that everyone needs insurance. Most people view insurance, whether it be life, car, or home owners, as a necessity. With more and more people ...
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  • Common Sense Safety Tips for Halloween

    Posted By Regan Zambri & Long || 31-Oct-2008

    DC Metro Area Personal Injury Law Blog recently posted an article on the Halloween hazards that young children face every year. Since this Halloween falls on a Friday, condensing all the party-going and trick or treating to one or two nights, instead of spread out over a week. Because there will be a much larger number of people out that may be participating in raucous activities, it is important ...
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  • Drunk Driving: A Major Safety Concern on Halloween

    Posted By Regan Zambri & Long || 31-Oct-2008

    Although everyone wishes that Halloween could just be a night of carefree fun, there are many dangers that both children and adults face on Halloween. Topping the danger list is probably drunk driving. The DC Metro area participates in SoberRide service, providing free taxi rides for drunken individuals on Halloween between 10 p.m. October 31 and 6:00 a.m. November 1. For more information, call ...
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  • Road Rules: Safety Tips for Motorists, Parents and Children on Halloween

    Posted By Regan Zambri & Long || 31-Oct-2008

    Halloween can be a very dangerous night for children who frequently become young, and not always very street-smart, pedestrians as they trick-or-treat. AAA provides the following tips for motorists, parents, and children when making Halloween plans. Crashes involving fatalities, drinking or children increase on Halloween. Following these AAA precautions could help prevent such incidents. FOR ...
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