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April 2018 Archives

How a Simple Last will & Testament can help protect your minor children

Family-Silhouette_2.jpgMany young adults with minor children believe executing a Last Will & Testament is not a priority because they are young and healthy. However, we all know that tragedy can strike at any time, and being prepared is your best bet, especially if you have a minor child. A Will can help protect your minor child or children in a few ways.

Why you shouldn't be ashamed of bankruptcy

bankruptcy man.jpgAt first thought, you may think of bankruptcy as the "loser's" way out of debt; essentially giving up on your efforts to pay bills that will forever label you as a cheat or deadbeat. However, you may soon learn that millions of Americans seek bankruptcy protection every year, and they all have one thing in common: They want to leave their troubled financial pasts behind.

Options available to Pennsylvania firefighters who get cancer

firefighter.jpgFirefighting is an inherently dangerous occupation. The brave men and women who risk their lives for our safety face serious risks every day. In addition to the potential for severe burns or smoke inhalation, there are less obvious hazards they must also contend with.

Help your children protect themselves from sexual assault

stop sexual assault.jpgInforming your children about the dangers of sexual assault is a difficult conversation to have. Our children are innocent. It is difficult to bring up such a serious problem. Unfortunately, we also live in a world where it is essential to help children protect themselves. While accurate statistics are hard to come by, it is estimated that 20 percent of girls and 10 percent of boys are sexually assaulted before the age of 18.

Springtime means outdoor work injuries!

spring.jpgAfter the long winter months, it is normal to acquire some cabin fever. Once the clocks are changed and we get more sunlight, the warm weather will follow. Ironically, there are dangers workers face outside that they do not face during the winter months.

This week is National Dog Bite Prevention week

During the spring, there's nothing like taking a dog for a walk (or run). Indeed, spring is slow to come this year, but in no time parks and other greenspaces will have pet owners taking their dogs to frolic and play. When in public, it is not expected that a dog will become scared or enraged and attack someone, but ever so often it does. 7-home-remedies-for-dog-bites-770x402.jpg

Safe riding tips for motorcyclists

Weather-wise, it looks like we have turned a corner. The constant threats of snow covered highways and threats of black ice are over; coming are warmer days and2014-Harley-FLHX-Street-Glide-Touring.jpg late sunsets. These are telltale signs of spring. With that, people will begin to bring their motorcycles out again.

Study shows teens may ignore texting and driving bans

While the weather may not seem spring like, it is a time for new beginnings. Soon enough, snow will turn into rain, and buds will turn into flowers, and more drivers will be on the road with spring break and prom coming soon. Because of this, it is appropriate to introduce posts dedicated to distracted driving awareness month.texting driving look out.jpg

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