Learning to ride a bicycle is a popular requisite of growing up, and this makes bike safety for kids a concern for all parents. We can’t be with our children all the time, but we can […]Read more.
After a tough few months, everyone is ready for all the fun of summer. You want to finally feel free to have fun and socialize freely with others while enjoying a cold one and eating all […]Read more.
The majority of households in Ohio use natural gas as their heating source, at 65.5 percent, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. This fuel source has the potential of leaking out of pipes and creating […]Read more.
You’ve heard the horror stories, but there’s no reason why you can’t still sell goods on Craigslist. With more than 25 million classified ads and 1.5 million job postings at any given time, this is one of the […]Read more.
Driving in Ohio in the winter is no joke. The Buckeye State consistently ranks as the state with the most winter driving fatalities, an average of 86 deaths per year. Federal statistics also show that accidents that happen […]Read more.
Toys are an essential part of your child’s development. They provide hours of entertainment and fun, encourage imaginative play and create some happy memories that will stay with your child for the rest of their life. […]Read more.
As a parent, your vehicle is no doubt a hive of activity. Whether you are chauffeuring your youngest to and from daycare or taking your older children to sports practice, you’ll want to make sure they […]Read more.
Riding your bicycle is one of the most enjoyable and healthy activities for kids and adults. It’s environmentally sound and available to members of all economic groups. Cycling can also a be a dangerous activity, especially […]Read more.
More and more families are aware of the threat of concussion. Everyone risks serious injury when playing contact sports or driving, and even a fall can cause this form of head injury. Part of the challenge […]Read more.
There’s nothing quite like the unconditional love bestowed upon a child by the family dog. A well-chosen breed goes a long way to turning dreams of a successful pet experience into reality. Qualities to look for […]Read more.
Each year, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) gives a limited number of vehicles their Top Safety Pick+ award each year. To receive this award, vehicles must receive a rating of superior or advanced on […]Read more.
Enjoying the outdoors is one of the benefits of living in this community. Northeast Ohio’s Metroparks are a destination for families and nature-lovers especially in the warmer months. As Spring is finally here, it’s a good […]Read more.
A car accident can be a very stressful event for anyone. It is important to stay calm and gather as much helpful information as you can. First and foremost, seek medical treatment immediately if you have […]Read more.
Most of us do not expect to be injured at a grocery store or shopping mall. However, should the unexpected happen, you may be able to file a claim and receive compensation for not only your […]Read more.
Celebrating Halloween during your college years can be a blast, but there are extra precautions you should take when it comes time to party. Here are some tips on how college students can stay safe during […]Read more.
It’s a holiday with unpredictable weather, during a time when it gets darker earlier, and on top of that, no one looks quite like themselves—it’s Halloween! Here are some safety tips for keeping your children safe […]Read more.
Getting injured on a construction site can be a tricky case to legally understand. That’s what we’re here for. Watch, as Jeff explains what this scenario could mean for you! What do I do if […]Read more.
According to a report by Cleveland.com at the end of 2013, these urban intersections in Northeast Ohio proved to be the most dangerous; that is, having had the highest average of auto crashes over the course […]Read more.
This past Fourth of July weekend, the Ohio State Highway Patrol arrested nearly 750 people for impaired driving. According to reports from Cleveland.com, Troopers also issued over 6,400 tickets for seatbelt violations and a whopping 3,000 […]Read more.
Can you think of the last time you cleaned out your medicine cabinet? Believe it or not, many of those generic or prescription medications are expiring before your eyes. Even worse, some of those medications may […]Read more.
We recently shared an article on social media about a family’s struggle with their son’s Cerebral Palsy and the lawsuit that alleges medical negligence against the hospital who delivered him. These types of cases come around […]Read more.
Road trip season is finally here! If you and your loved ones are driving to your vacation destination, make sure you are prepared for safe travels. Here are some tips to keep in mind. 10 Tips […]Read more.
Whether you are the driver of a motorcycle or driving by one, it is essential to be aware of your surroundings in order to stay safe and avoid a motorcycle accident. All drivers must be in […]Read more.
If you or a loved one has even been in a car accident, you know that it can be a traumatizing experience for everyone involved. It is difficult to predict what the best actions to take […]Read more.
There are different spots in the region where construction is in full-swing, gearing to make buildings look nicer and roads easier to travel. Construction sites, as a worker and as a pedestrian/driver, can be dangerous areas […]Read more.
Although motorcycle accidents occur less frequently than car accidents, it doesn’t mean that the aftermath of these accidents is less tragic. It is important for the owner of a motorcycle, dirt bike, or other type of […]Read more.
On October 9th, 2013 a Greyhound bus and tractor trailer collided on Interstate 80. It was heading to Cleveland – one person was killed and dozens more were injured, NBC News reports. Unfortunately, truck accidents like […]Read more.
Here are some great ways to protect yourself and avoid theft. Do not sign your credit cards – write PHOTO ID REQUIRED on the back instead. NEVER put your credit card number on the memo line […]Read more.