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Understanding The Dangers Of Texting And Driving

Mar 14, 2017Dan Doyle Law GroupCar Accident

Distracted driving has become a hot topic around the country in recent years as a growing proportion of the total fatal accidents happening each year prove to be the result of the habits that lead to driver distraction. To fight this, states have begun enacting a variety of laws that punish drivers for texting while […]

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5 Facts About Traumatic Brain Injuries

Feb 6, 2017Dan Doyle Law GroupBrain Injury

Brain injuries can range from mild to severe, and symptoms may not show up right after the incident. When the head receives a blow or a jolt, the function of the brain may be disrupted, causing a brain injury, although not all head-related incidences will have the same results. Symptoms range from a mild headache […]

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How To Prepare For An Accident Before It Happens

Jan 24, 2017Dan Doyle Law GroupCar Accident

Know how to drive in an emergency situation The first thing you can do to protect yourself during an accident is to understand how to drive during certain common mechanical failures. The AARP gives readers a comprehensive set of tips that are specialized to different issues, but there are a common set of strategies you […]

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Wet Weather Safety Tips

Jan 17, 2017Dan Doyle Law GroupCar Accident

As a motorist faced with wet weather, including rain, snow, sleet and ice, your goal is to see and be seen. Safety information provided by the AAA Exchange includes the disturbing statistic that nearly 1.2 million annual car crashes are related to wet pavement issues. When you live and drive in the eastern part of […]

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A Drowsy Driver is A Dangerous Driver

Jan 3, 2017Dan Doyle Law GroupCar Accident

You are probably able to spot a driver who appears to be drunk: someone who is weaving, following the car ahead too closely, perhaps slowing down then suddenly speeding up. However, a drowsy motorist can drive just as erratically and be just as dangerous as someone driving under the influence of alcohol. In a National […]

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4 Types Of Burn Injuries And Their Causes

Dec 28, 2016Dan Doyle Law GroupBurn Injury

You can suffer a burn from an ordinary household product, such as bleach, or experience the phenomenon of an arc flash and live to tell about it. From childhood on, we sustain burns of one kind or another that range in severity from a mere patch that requires a burn ointment to a life-changing injury […]

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Steps To Take To Reduce Driver Distraction

Dec 22, 2016Dan Doyle Law GroupCar Accident

As national safety campaigns against drunk driving and other traffic risks have started to see real success over the past few years, another risk has come to the public’s attention: distracted driving. While distractions have always been a problem, the advent of touchscreen devices and other technological gadgets have increased the number of distracted driving […]

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What You Need To Know About Accidents In Construction Zones

Dec 15, 2016Dan Doyle Law GroupPersonal Injury

Most of the time, highway work zones do a good job of warning drivers about the potential risks and pitfalls associated with roadside construction, at least so far as legal warnings and speed limits go. While it is easy to notice bright signs saying that fines and penalties are going up or warning you to […]

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Agencies Join Forces To Keep Children Safe From Defective Toys

Nov 23, 2016Dan Doyle Law GroupProduct Liability

In addition to being the start of the Christmas shopping season, Black Friday is often regarded as one of the biggest shopping days of the year, thanks in part to the deals many retailers advertise in the days leading up to Black Friday. But amidst the rush to get everything on your shopping list, it’s […]

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If Texting And Driving Is So Dangerous, Why Do We Keep Doing It?

Sep 1, 2016Dan Doyle Law GroupCar Accident

Have you ever had to slam on your breaks while driving because you were paying more attention to your phone than the vehicle in front of you? If you’re like many Americans, you likely answered yes, despite feeling guilty about it. In 2014 alone, more than 3,170 people were killed in vehicle crashes as a […]

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