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This St. Patrick’s Day, Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

Irish eyes will be smiling this Friday – St. Patrick’s Day. Green beer, corned beef and cabbage, and leprechauns will not be hard to find. All over the world 13 million pints of Guinness will be enjoyed, according to WalletHub, a personal finance website. As a matter of fact, St. Patrick’s Day is the fourth… read more

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When Is A Bump On The Head Not Just A “Bump On The Head”

  Head trauma in young people is a growing concern, with 3.8 million concussions reported each year, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is the leading cause of disability and death in children and adolescents in the United States. According to the CDC, the two age groups at greatest risk… read more

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OMG…Did You See That Crash?

Seeing a crash can be a harrowing experience, especially if you’ve just missed it yourself. Your first instinct may be to pull over and help. But should you get involved? If so, to what extent? Are you obliged by law to stop or give a statement? Even if you’re the first eye witness to an… read more

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Study Finds 14 Deficient Bridges on Long Island

According to an article recently published in Patchogue Patch, written by Paige McAtee  it identified 14 bridges on Long Island that were deemed structurally deficient based on the State transportation departments report that has identified 56,000 structurally deficient U.S. bridges overall. According to the report quoted within the article: Of the 17,462 bridges in New York,… read more

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When Valentine’s Day is a Health Hazard

  A romantic evening at the emergency room isn’t the Valentine’s Day most people have in mind but candy, flowers and kissing can come with hidden health hazards to pets, children and people with allergies. Food allergies Over 30,000 people end up in the emergency room each year because of food allergies and the number… read more

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NYC Doorman Dies Shoveling Snow in Freak Accident

According to the NYPD and reported by the NY Post, an Upper Eastside Doorman was killed today in a freak accident while shoveling snow.  He fell through a glass window and had his throat slit by glass, police sources said.  The 57 year old was shoveling snow leading downward into the lobby at an apartment… read more

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Constantly Sick? Maybe this is Why!

It’s that time of the year again. The cold and flu season is upon us. Germs that cause illness hide in some hard to reach places.Want to avoid an infection? Worry less about the public restroom and more about what’s going on in your own home, particularly in the kitchen. People have a tendency to… read more

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Scholarship Created to Help Combat Distracted Driving

Long Island, New York, January, 2017 – Personal injury law firm Rosenberg & Gluck, LLP is doing its part to help prevent distracted driving by creating a $5,000 scholarship to help a student offset the cost of college while raising awareness on the issue. The statistics are harrowing. Every day in the United States, over… read more

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Deaths from Recent Train Crashes – All Preventable

Unfortunately, 2017 started with yet another train crash. A Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) commuter train crashed at the Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn, injuring more than 100 passengers. Fortunately, the injuries were less serious compared to the crash at Hoboken Terminal in New Jersey on September 29, 2016, which killed one bystander, injured more than… read more

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