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Common Questions After A Car Accident

Common Questions Victim’s Have After an Accident
There are over five million car accidents occurring on U.S. roads each year. Some of these accidents are preventable. A car wreck can send a person’s life into chaos in a short period. …

Elderly Driving – Dangers and Steps to Increase Safety

Elderly Driving
The number of older individuals are continuing to increase with each year. Baby boomers are turning 65 at the rate of 8,000 per day! Currently, there are over 36 million licensed drivers ages 65 and older in the …

Falling Asleep Behind the Wheel

Falling Asleep While Driving
Falling asleep while driving is a real issue for millions of people each year. According to the National Sleep Foundation, over 60% of adult drivers reported feeling drowsy while driving in the past year. Over one-third …

Traffic – Problems Being Escalated

As of this weekend many Providence, RI residence, and visitors became very aware of a traffic situation in downtown. Apparently, there was a marathon, a graduation, a circus and a musical all going on downtown yesterday evening. People have …

Establishing Liability: Premises Liability Claim

A premises liability injury is a type of personal injury that occurs from the negligence of someone else while on the owner’s property. However, this does not mean if you injured on someone’s property that the owner was negligent. …

Filing A Social Security Claim

At some point in your life, you will probably encounter the need to file for social security. As of 2011, over 56 million people in the United States, approximately 18% of the population, were receiving some form of benefit …

Investing in the Success of Rhode Island Teachers

Founded back in 2013 by philanthropist John and Letitia Carter, The Sparks Program was limited to only urban school districts such as Providence and Central Falls. The Rhode Island Foundation recently announced that the program will be expanding to …

Withholding Identity of Administrative Law Judge Until Hearing

Administrative Law Judges will be made Unknown until Hearing
Starting this week, the Social Security Administration will withhold identity of which Administrative Law Judge has been assigned to their case prior to the date of the hearing. It is hoped …

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