Motorcycle Safety and Awareness

Did you know that motorcyclists are 26 times more likely to die in a collision than other motorists? Collisions involving motorcycles have been rising steadily at almost 10% each year. Unfortunately, most people assume that when a motorcycle is involved in a collision, it's always the rider who is at fault. But this could not be further from the truth as nearly 2/3rds of all motorcycle coll read more...

Has your child been a victim of a dog bite?

With approximately 300 million people and 80 million canines, the risk of experiencing a dog bite sure are high, even if you are not a UPS employee; these guys are often at the receiving end of canine fury. Every year, over 4 million dog bites occur in the country and about 20% of these need more than just a rabies shot because the wound often gets infected.   Over 80% of dog bites r read more...

Be Careful of these Auto Accident Hotspots

Somebody said that if accidents were completely predictable hence avoidable, insurance companies would have long been out of business. Well, who cares about insurance companies? If accidents could be predicted and avoided, that would save thousands of lives across the country.   With that as the goal many states have started using accident prediction programs. For instance, neighbori read more...

Dealing with Aggressive Dogs

How you deal with an aggressive dog can be the difference between a few tiny wounds and gaping gashes that need reconstructive surgery! Dogs can attack for a variety of reasons and while some breeds have an inherent aggressive streak, others are trained to be aggressive.   The harsh and undeniable reality is that an animal's behavior cannot always be predicted. This simply means tha read more...

What are your risks of suffering a personal injury in Kansas?

Considered a major health concern, personal injury is the fifth most common cause of death in the US. According to figures released by the National Center for Health Statistics, over 160,000 people lose their lives to this cause, while a staggering 29 million people find themselves in the emergency room due to injuries that range from superficial cuts to internal organ dam read more...

First Steps to take after a Car Wreck

What steps should you take if you have been in a car wreck? It is imperative to seek medical treatment as your first step as soon as you can after a collision. In the weeks that follow a car wreck, immediately contact your physician if you find yourself experiencing any of the following symptoms:   - Persistent headaches   - Vision disturbances   - read more...