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How to Prevent Weeds This Year without Using Roundup

Headlines from news outlets across the country have spread awareness about the link between glyphosate, the key ingredient in Roundup weed killer, and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, a type of cancer that affects the lymphatic system. But is it possible to have a great garden or lawn without using chemicals and risking your health? We’ve compiled seven […]

Music and Driving: A Deadly Combo or a Match Made in Heaven?

Have you ever experienced turning down your radio so you can concentrate on reading an address as you drive by? It’s more common than you might think, and several studies have been conducted in recent years to try to determine what factor, if any, music plays in car accidents. One found that music played over […]

What to Expect: Motorcycle Accident Claims

If you were recently injured on your motorcycle, you may be facing an uphill battle in two ways. First, your injuries may be severe and leave you unable to work for a significant amount of time. That’s because motorcycles’ lack of safety features leave even the most well-equipped riders vulnerable during accidents. Second, the insurance […]

Scooter and Driver Road-Sharing Tips

Dockless e-scooters are an increasingly popular way of getting around town in many cities. However, scooter riders are especially vulnerable to injury when they’re involved in traffic accidents. Until infrastructure catches up with mobility trends, it’s important for drivers and riders to learn how to safely share the road. Next time you pass a scooter, […]

Scooters In Cleveland To Make A Return – Are There Safety Concerns?

Scooter rental has recently surpassed bicycle rentals as the most popular form of “micro-mobility transportation”– transportation by vehicles that can only support one or two riders.  Cities and individuals have come to see scooter rental as a means of addressing certain gaps in public transportation systems.  The problem — known as the “first mile/last mile” […]

How to Protect Your Child from Dry Drowning

Although dry drowning is a relatively new term for many parents, it has the potential to become their worst nightmare, especially as the hot summer months have kids clamoring for visits to the local lake or pool. Dry drowning is a type of delayed drowning, when physical effects of drowning occur long after leaving the […]

Here’s What to Do If You Get Hurt on Vacation

Vacation is supposed to be a time to relax and unwind, but life often has other plans, and accidents and injuries can occur even when you and your loved ones are hundreds or even thousands of miles away from home. It’s important to be prepared to act right away when you suffer an injury that […]

9 Boating Safety Tips to Know This Summer

Especially during the colder months, we have focused quite a bit on the risks associated with driving in less-than-ideal conditions and the ways to avoid injury while doing so. Although it is still important to drive defensively when the sun is out, lots of Clevelanders who live on or around the lake are now heading […]

5 Safety Tips for July Fourth

Many Americans spend July Fourth making memories with loved ones out on the water, at the beach, or by firing up the grill. But those memories can be threatened when people aren’t aware of the serious safety hazards involved with those activities. As you gear up for your Fourth of July festivities, keep these safety […]

What to Expect: Workers’ Compensation Claims

If you are injured on the job or become ill due to conditions at work, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation. The majority of employers in Ohio are required by law to provide workers’ compensation insurance, which can cover the cost of medical treatment and lost wages due to a work-related injury or illness. […]