April 2023 – Evan’s Window Law Is a Victory for Accountability, Our Children
Apr 13, 2023
There may be no greater force on earth than a parent’s grief following the loss of a child. When coupled with our Constitutional right to accountability, this powerful combination can lead to extraordinary advancements in safety. You should know the story of four-year-old Evan and a tragic accident that sparked a national movement for window safety.
March 2023 – Families Struggle to Find Safe, High-Quality Child Care
Mar 23, 2023
Finding affordable and safe day care has become a significant challenge for working parents. Child care for an infant in a licensed center now exceeds annual in-state tuition at public universities in 34 states. But money means nothing if your child doesn’t come home safely at day’s end. Serious inconsistencies in licensing, enforcement, training, and staffing have created dangerous situations where thousands of kids are injured each year – some fatally – while in the care of others.
February 2023 – How to Spot and Avoid Predatory Lenders
Feb 14, 2023
As the cost of everything keeps going up – rent, medical bills, child care, groceries, and on and on – more Americans are turning to short-term loans to make ends meet. But not all loans are created equal, and there are more than a few bad actors out there peddling loans that may make a precarious financial situation even worse. Keep reading for tips on how to spot – and avoid – predatory loans.
January 2023 – Hospice Care Trap
Jan 16, 2023
Corporations see dollar signs in traditional healthcare services and take advantage of lax government oversight to generate billions in profit. Along the way, corners are cut, and patients suffer, often the most vulnerable among us. This time it’s hospice care and what was once a mission of mercy for the dying is now a multi-billion dollar industry.
December 2022 – Safety First for Santa Claus
Dec 27, 2022
Given our dedication to helping people prevent injuries before they happen, we recently pondered advice for a Christmas VIP: Santa Claus! In that spirit, here are safety tips we hope Santa will take to heart as he approaches his busiest day of the year!
November 2022 – Faulty Medical Devices Put Patients at Risk
Dec 21, 2022
Countless Americans depend on advanced medical devices to improve their quality of life. But a speedy and sometimes lax approval process by the Food and Drug Administration means some risky devices are cleared without clinical testing and receive limited oversight once on the market. You should know the realities and risks of medical devices before one is implanted in your body and what to do if you or someone you know is affected by a faulty device.
October 2022 – Does Workers’ Compensation Insurance Protect You?
An injury at work can lead to difficult and sometimes life-altering complications for workers. Will they ever return to work, how will they pay for extended care and rehabilitation, and who will pay the bills while they recover?
August 2022 – Boat, Jet Ski, and ATV Tips for Safer Summer Recreation
Sep 27, 2022
The hot, hazy, and lazy days of August are here. For many, there’s no better way to spend a summer day than on the water or cruising the great outdoors. Joyful times can quickly turn deadly, however, if you’re not vigilant about safety – at all times. Whether you’re racing across the water or off-roading with your ATV, you should know how to keep caution and common sense top of mind.
July 2022 – How to Drive Safely Around Semi-Trucks
Summer is synonymous with throwing the windows down and hitting the road. Despite increased costs at the pump, many Americans plan to travel. Unfortunately, summer is one of the most dangerous times to be driving, especially when long-distance travel might increase a person’s encounter with long-haul truckers. This month, you should know how to drive safely around semi-trucks.
June 2022 – Loophole Banned that Silenced Victims of Workplace Abuse
Thousands of employers across the nation add a loophole to employment contracts called “forced,” “binding,” or “mandatory arbitration.” This fine print prevents employees from suing companies in court for discrimination, sexual harassment, and even assault, then prohibits victims from speaking publicly about their ordeals.
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