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What can parents do to reduce teen crashes?

There are many reasons why teens are some of the most dangerous drivers on the roads. Not all of those factors are something you can do anything about. For example, it's difficult to give a teen more driving experience when he or she has only had a few months on the road, just as there is little you can do to reduce the risk of riding with passengers.

What should I ask a doctor before accepting a treatment plan?

As a patient, the last thing you ever want to hear is that something went wrong with your treatment. An error could mean years of recovery, lasting pain or irreversible injuries. To help prevent injuries, it's a good idea to look into questions to ask your doctor. By being your own advocate, you can help eliminate the risk of injuries.

Dog bites: Millions suffer annually

With millions of dogs in the United States, it's no surprise that you hear about dog bites taking place. Even the best-trained animals sometimes lash out due to sickness or fear. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), around 4.5 million people suffer from dog bites each year. It's typically children who are bit, with those between the ages of 5 and 9 most likely to suffer an injury.

Low-speed impact, serious consequences

A car accident has the potential to change your life in an instant, even if it was a low-speed collision. People often dismiss low-speed impacts because they believe they are minor, but in reality, these types of accidents can cause serious injuries and substantial damage. Even a minor accident can cause major damage for innocent victims.

You can pursue a wrongful death claim if your loved one is killed

A wrongful death occurs when another person's misconduct or negligence results in death. The surviving family members have a right to pursue compensation through a wrongful death lawsuit, which alleges that the death may have been avoided if the at-fault party had not been negligent or injured the victim for other reasons.

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