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August 2016 Archives

Understanding more about what you can do after a car accident

As most people make their way to work, school or other appointments, they will inevitably hear a local traffic report on the radio detailing how a certain stretch of highway or popular thoroughfare is moving slowly thanks to a serious accident.

Is it time to consider lane-splitting in Rhode Island?

As much as we would like to think otherwise, the simple truth is that the roads and highways throughout the nation -- including right here in Rhode Island -- have always been a very dangerous place for motorcyclists. Indeed, this is still the case despite all of the advancements we've made in road safety and knowledge we've gained about dangerous driving practices.

Road debris is a bigger danger than you might realize

Almost everyone has experienced some sort of frightening near miss with road debris from the remnants of blown tires to decidedly more menacing objects like mattresses or ladders that have clearly fallen from their trailers, truck beds or vehicle roofs.

Committed and compassionate advocacy for victims of bicycle accidents

Even though the unofficial end of summer -- the start of the school year -- is now just a few weeks away, there is still plenty of time left to enjoy favorite outdoor activities from gardening and barbequing to fishing and, of course, bicycling. In fact, many people will ride their bicycles right up until the snow flies while even a few more hardy souls will continue to do so right through the winter.

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