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The Dangerous Consequences of Repetitive Head Trauma

May 22, 2018 Blog,Knowledge Base

The link between football and traumatic brain injury continues to strengthen. Now, one of the largest studies on the subject to date finds that 110 out of 111 deceased NFL players had chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a degenerative brain disorder associated with repetitive head trauma.

The Dangers of Right-Sided Steering Vehicles on U.S. Roads

May 16, 2018 Blog

Did you know postal service workers aren’t allowed to make U-turns or left turns in their mail trucks because their right-hand drive (or right-sided steering) vehicles have such limited visibility? Think about that the next time your mail carrier drives by your house in one of those slow-moving boxy-looking vehicles with the eagle on the side.

Phishing 101: What you can do to protect yourself

May 11, 2018 Blog
Proactive and reactive steps you can take

In a previous post, I described the basics of phishing, the most prevalent form of fraud on the Internet. Phishing has been around for more than 20 years and, unlike malware and other exploits that are usually patched with haste as soon as they are identified, phishing shows no signs of going anywhere.

Is There a Bias Against Motorcycles and Their Riders in Crashes?

May 7, 2018 Blog

Negative bias against motorcyclists often affects their case if they have been involved in an accident, regardless of the facts. It seems ingrained in us to believe that motorcyclists simply drive too fast, constantly change lanes and are just reckless risk-takers in general.

The Low Down on Distracted Driving

May 2, 2018 Blog

We’ve all followed drivers who are texting or talking on the cellphone, bouncing off the Botts’ dots or slowing traffic around them. Hopefully, though, we’ve managed to avoid the consequences of distracted driving – injuries, death and property damage that occur when the driver crashes.

Severe Weather and Plane Crashes

April 27, 2018 Blog

Even though passengers would rather fly through clear skies than storms, thanks to modern technology, bad weather is rarely the only cause of a plane crash. That is because modern meteorology generally makes extreme weather predictable, and modern aircraft are designed to withstand most severe weather conditions.

The Devastating Consequences of Burn Injuries

April 24, 2018 Blog

In 2016, nearly half a million people in the U.S. were admitted to hospitals or treated in emergency rooms for burn injuries, reports the American Burn Association. Nearly two-thirds of those incidents occurred in the home, and about 40,000 people were hospitalized for their injuries.

Phishing 101: How Scammers Obtain Sensitive Information

April 20, 2018 Blog
Con artists use old tricks and new technologies to breach data, steal identities

If you are reading this blog, you’ve probably experienced multiple phishing attempts, whether or not you were aware of them.

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