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Moving Right Along: What to Know About Kids and Bike Safety [infographic]

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Did you know that our Attorney David Daggett is an avid cyclist and triathlete? Supporting and educating the local cycling community is something he is dedicated to, and making sure everyone takes part in a safe fashion is of utmost importance. He shares his thoughts on becoming more active while staying safe in his recent Spotlight with David Daggett…

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Sun Safety Tips [infographic]

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It’s a great time to get outdoors and enjoy nature, but it’s also important to be careful. The sun’s harmful rays can cause serious damage to the body. Find out the facts and how to keep yourself safe: null null

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April is Alcohol Awareness Month [infographic]

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Did you know that April is Alcohol Awareness Month? It’s a great time to reflect on the choices we make as adults, and the influence that those choices have on those that depend on us.  Unfortunately, underage drinking remains a problem. Teens are especially vulnerable during prom season, when peer pressure and other influences can…

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Adding Insult to Injury: Myths About Personal Injury Claims [Infographic]

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When you’ve been injured, you may think you know how to handle it. However, there are many myths surrounding personal injury claims and how to proceed after an accident. Daggett Shuler presents the facts with this infographic. null null

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How Football Helmet Safety Advances Help Prevent Brain Injury

Football helmets have evolved over the years to incorporate many safety features, in order to help reduce the risk of Traumatic Brain Injuries. Daggett Shuler, in partnership with the Childress Institute of Pediatric Trauma, presents the following information about how helmets have developed and changed over the course of football’s history. null null

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