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Riding A Bike This Summer? Wear Your Helmet!

Wed 3 Jun, by on Personal Injury

Riding A Bike This Summer? Wear Your Helmet!

With spring and summer approaching very quickly, there are a few important things to consider regarding the safety of you and your family members. Once the weather is warmer, the number of outside activities will increase, which includes running and riding bicycles. Riding a bike is a great way to experience the outdoors. It can also provide a number of important health benefits, including cardiovascular fitness, muscle strength/flexibility, and stress relief. However, it is extremely …

Six Ways to Prevent Slip And Fall Accidents 

Wed 3 Jun, by on Personal Injury

Six Ways to Prevent Slip And Fall Accidents 

Slip and fall accidents are the number one cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries in adults over 65. Staggering, yes. Even more shocking is the fact that one out of every four older adults will fall during a twelve-month period. Since nearly 30,000 deaths will occur this year because of falls, it is important to learn what you can do to prevent them.¹ Why Falls are Common Among Older Adults There are a number of …

How To Keep Your Child Safe In And Around A Vehicle

Wed 3 Jun, by on Personal Injury

How To Keep Your Child Safe In And Around A Vehicle

Automobiles are a great way to take us from point A to point B in a comfortable environment and propel our jobs, hobbies, and families forward. However, your vehicle may also constitute a safety hazard for your small children – and not just because of the risk of a car accident. How can you keep your child safe in and around your vehicle? The following information offers some helpful suggestions. Beware of Heatstroke Heatstroke is …

Safety Tips For Older Drivers

Tue 2 Jun, by on Personal Injury

Safety Tips For Older Drivers

Do you remember how it felt when you learned to drive or when you first got your driver’s license? You probably felt freedom, independence and a huge sense of responsibility. Imagine if you could no longer do that? What if you could no longer drive to work, to the grocery store, or to visit your friends? You might feel a sense of frustration, sadness or even anger. Driving at any age requires attention to detail, …

State Estate and Inheritance Taxes: Does Your State Have Them and How Should You Plan for Them

Tue 19 May, by on Estate Planning

State Estate and Inheritance Taxes: Does Your State Have Them and How Should You Plan for Them

The federal gift and estate tax exclusion is currently very high—$11.58 million for an individual and $23.16 million for a married couple in 2020. As a result, only very wealthy people currently need to be concerned that their estates will be taxable at the federal level, at least until 2026, when the increased exclusion amount is scheduled to return to the $5 million (adjusted for inflation) exclusion in place before the 2017 Tax Cuts and …

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