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Blizzard leads to major crashes, injuries in Nebraska

Crashes can lead to significant injuries, especially when there are several vehicles involved. Crashes are more likely when the weather conditions are poor and when drivers are unfamiliar with the hazards that they're being exposed to. With poor weather, motorists may lose control of their vehicles and be unable to remain on the roads. That's what happened in late February as troopers and medics attempted to help stranded motorists along highways in Lincoln.

Dogs biting mail carriers: Not just a stereotype

You can find plenty of pop culture references to dogs biting or chasing mail carriers. It shows up in cartoons, movies and TV shows. But don't make the mistake of thinking that it's a myth or just some sort of stereotype. It's a very real risk for mail carriers in Nebraska and all over the United States.

What causes a dog to bite?

Dog bites typically are not random events. They may feel unexpected to people, who often have no idea what they could have done to avoid the incident. The reality, though, is that dogs usually bite because of triggering events, which can be avoided.

Most teens do not think texting and driving is deadly

We know that texting and driving -- and any other type of distracted driving -- can turn deadly. Every day, accidents take lives all over Nebraska. When a driver looks down at a cellphone for even a split-second, that's enough of a distraction to cause a catastrophic wreck. No text is short enough to be safe.

When should kids switch from rear-facing to front-facing seats?

The back-to-school season is in full swing. If you are a parent, then you probably also double as your child’s chauffeur. Between driving your kids to school, playdates and extracurricular activities, you may as well open your own driving service. But even if you spend more time in your care than you do in your home, you may not know an important fact about car seats.

Dear Injury Victim...

If you are here because you recently received a brochure from us and you were offended by getting a brochure from a lawyer, let me be the first to apologize. It is my name on the brochure, and it is my intention to avoid offending anyone. But, I am not going to stop mailing my brochures to victims of negligence and assaults. Here's why.

Loading Dock Injuries: Deciding Whether to File a Workers' Comp or Personal Injury Claim

A loading dock is a chaotic, dangerous place. On a typical work shift, dozens of semi-trucks come and go, various kinds of material-handling equipment move freight across the floor, and large numbers of employees work in and around the dock. loadingdock.jpgTo stay safe, you have to be acutely aware of your own actions, as well as the actions of others. Even then, you may be injured. You can fall off the dock, be run over by a truck, be pinned or crushed between a truck and the loading dock, or injure yourself while loading or unloading materials. Loading dock injuries run the gamut, from sprains and fractures, to amputations and crushing's to death.

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