Create a Family Emergency Plan for Natural Disasters

Emergencies happen fast, and often when we least expect them. Even with today’s latest forecasting technology, we might only have a few days to prepare for a hurricane. A tornado can form and touch the ground in mere minutes, and there is still no proven way to predict an earthquake. In light of recent events…

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Safely Navigating the Trucking “No-Zone”

Safe driving takes a concerted effort from all drivers. Semi trucks create a particular challenge on the road due to their sheer size and the number of blind spots they create. All drivers need to be aware of what is known as the “no-zone” relative to tractor-trailers to ensure that they remain visible at all…

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7 Social Media Pitfalls to Avoid During a Case

Social media can be a helpful resource for staying in touch with family members across country or finding new recipes. But, let’s be honest — some of us also use it to snoop on our exes or read the comments section of a political rant. If you happen to be in the midst of a…

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What to Do If Your Child Is Hurt at Summer Camp

For many children, summer camp is a well-loved tradition. While camp gives your child an opportunity to make new friends, try new activities and enjoy the summer, it is not without its risks. Each year, some campers become ill or injured while at sleep-away camp or while attending daycare or day camp. A study published…

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Back to School Bus Safety

After what seems like too-short of a summer vacation, kids across central PA are preparing to head back to school. Whether walking to school or walking to a bus stop, it’s important for students, parents and motorists passing by to be reminded of pedestrian safety. Bus Stop Safety Always look both ways before crossing a…

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How to Avoid Amusement Park Accidents and Injuries

What could be more fun than visiting your favorite characters at a theme park this summer? While packing up the family for sunshine and roller coasters is a popular vacation goal, visiting your favorite amusement park without planning ahead for safety can put you and your loved ones at risk. We want you to enjoy…

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Q&A with Timothy Salvatore: Who’s at fault in an Uber accident?

Lately, we at KBG have received some questions on what happens when you decide to drive for a ride-sharing company, such as Uber, and you’re involved in a collision? Does Uber’s insurance cover collision? What about injuries? Attorney Timothy Salvatore uses a recent example below to illustrate what you should know if you’re considering becoming…

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5 Rules for Spectators at Fireworks Displays

Every July Fourth, nearly half of all Americans will watch a fireworks display or head to a community celebration. That’s a lot of people to be sitting or standing so close to explosives. Even if you aren’t the person lighting up the displays, it’s important to know how to be a safe spectator. Rule 1:…

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6 Road Signs You Should Never Ignore

If you are like most drivers, you’ve probably gone over the speed limit, or maybe even parked in a no parking zone. Overconfident drivers tend to be the most likely to ignore road signs. No matter how long you’ve been driving or how clean your driving record is, ignoring road signs puts yourself and others…

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Harry Potter Meets Personal Injury Law

Running Hogwarts and trying to control hundreds of wizard students is no easy task. It is easy to see why Dumbledore had so much white hair. In addition to the usual risks of running a school, the administration also has to worry about spells gone wrong, errant unicorns, magical creatures and the trip-and-fall risks associated…

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