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Sharing the road safely with other motorists

Sharing the road safely with other motorists

Sharing the road begins with the understanding that every motorist has the same rights and responsibilities that you do. Whether it be a motorcyclist, bicyclist, pedestrian, or tractor, we all have a duty to operate our vehicles safely.   Motorcyclists  ...

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What do you do if you’re hurt on the job?

What do you do if you’re hurt on the job?

Injuries suffered in the workplace happen all the time. Oftentimes, many are not prepared and don’t always make the right choices when it comes to filing for workers’ compensation. When someone suffers an injury at work, they need to know what to do.  Always report...

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The difference between a DUI and DWI

The difference between a DUI and DWI

Driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI) can be used interchangeably in many states. In some others, a DUI and DWI mean slightly different offenses while driving drunk or under the influence of drugs. In Nebraska, DUI and DWI mean that a...

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What is Considered Negligent Driving?

What is Considered Negligent Driving?

What is Negligence? Negligence is when a person behaves in a careless or reckless manner. Drivers are required to use reasonable care when driving to avoid causing injury to other motorists, passengers, and pedestrians. Failure to do so can cause injury or even death...

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How does a spinal cord injury happen?

How does a spinal cord injury happen?

It’s estimated that 17,000 spinal cord injuries occur every year. This leaves those injured - as well as their family - to cope with the damages, lost wages, and overwhelming medical bills that accompany these types of injuries. If the negligence of someone else...

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