By Marsha Kirshenbaum | Published December 19, 2016 | | |
The Holiday season is prime time for auto, motorcycle and pedestrian accidents for many reasons and the days immediately leading up to Christmas are no exception. This year, Hanukkah and Christmas overlap, so many people will be on the roads running errands, and driving to or from social gatherings with family and friends during the Read MoreRead More
When it comes to automobile insurance, things can get very confusing. More often than not, many drivers are underinsured or carry the minimum coverage allowed by law. Here in Rhode Island, the minimum coverage that individuals can carry as determined by Rhode Island State law is $25,000 per person/$50,000 per accident bodily injury coverage and Read MoreRead More
Everyone seems to share a bit of Irish ancestry around St. Patrick’s Day and we’re no different. So as the wonderful Irish wedding toast goes, “May misfortune follow you the rest of your life, and never catch up.” Unfortunately sometimes misfortune does catch up in the form of automobile accidents. If you’ve ever come out Read MoreRead More
In recent weeks, the number of school busses seen on the roads around Rhode Island has increased due to classes reopening. The busses come in all shapes and sizes, large and small. In general, they are three to four times longer than the average car, twice as tall, painted bright yellow and have flashing lights. Read MoreRead More
Wearable devices aimed at tracking wellness aren’t necessarily new, but one such technology start-up is putting them to new use. Vivametrica is a company that collects and analyzes data from a variety of wearable devices pertaining to health and wellness. The goal of Vivametrica is to change the way the data is managed, used and Read MoreRead More
Tracy Morgan, star of 30 Rock, is now bringing the serious issues of commercial trucking accidents to the public’s attention in a big way. Morgan, also an alum of Saturday Night Live, was recently critically injured in an accident with a Walmart truck after the driver, reportedly operating on a limited amount of sleep, ran Read MoreRead More
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