By Tom Curcio | Published June 30, 2016 | | |
On a day when we celebrate what makes America great—lite beer, freedom, greasy food, and baseball—we often end the celebrations with fireworks. Our most favorite Chinese appropriated pastime, fireworks, are both beautiful and dangerous, and like moths to flames, we gravitate towards those stands that pop up at the end of every June. While dangerous, Read MoreRead More
I want to preface this post with a small disclaimer. While believes smoking is harmful to your health and the health of others, this post has not been written to reflect those views. Vapes are tiny pens that hold flavored tobacco liquid, and when turned on, become “healthier” cigarettes that tasted delicious. However, health issues Read MoreRead More
Sure, you have heard the warning, “come inside, you don’t want to get heatstroke” but do you really know what heatstroke is, what to do if someone has the symptoms, or how to prevent it? In this blog, we will tackle the 5 W’s (and bonus H) of heatstroke so you and your family can Read MoreRead More
The Fourth of July is just around the corner meaning it is time for fireworks, barbecues, and boating. Fireworks, however, can pose a serious safety hazard to people, homes, and pets. In this blog post we will outline firework laws in several local counties and cities, discuss safety concerns while using fireworks, and present some Read MoreRead More
Its that time of year again when we dust off the hats and gloves, put the extra quilt back on the bed, and start loading up on supplies to make endless quantities of soup. One area that is commonly overlooked as we prepare for the cooler months, however, is our vehicles. Although it can feel Read MoreRead More
Roadside accidents involving pedestrians can be extremely deadly due to the high speed at which vehicles travel and the lack of protection offered to pedestrians. You may recall the story of a pedestrian who was struck and killed on I-495 near the Eisenhower Connector Friday, September 14, 2013. The victim left the car she was Read MoreRead More
My how things have changed since I was a kid. I remember a school project in my first or second grade class at Christ the King Catholic School in Queens N.Y. where we competed to make the best poster concerning lessons learned about safely crossing the street. Most posters featured slogans such as “only cross Read MoreRead More
As a personal injury attorney for the past 30 years, I have seen auto accidents caused by a variety of factors. Unfortunately, as many drivers now use smart phones to talk and text while driving, smart phone use has become a large cause of automobile crashes and has led to in an increase in automobile Read MoreRead More
As the month of August is just beginning, it is important to remember that summer weather is still with us meaning temperatures are, on average, still very high-usually in the 70’s and 80’s. These high temperatures make the topic of summer safety important for discussion. One issue linked with these temperatures that has recently received Read MoreRead More
All of us at are committed to the safety and health of our clients, their families, and friends. Here are some common-sense safety tips to keep in mind and to discuss with your family and friends to ensure that you and those you care about enjoy a happy and safe summer. Highway Driving If driving Read MoreRead More
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