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Dangers of Pokémon Go and How to Avoid Them

For anyone in the Bloomington area who has played the new game Pokémon Go or has a loved one who plays the game, it is important to understand Pokémon Go safety concerns. Although the game has proven to be a … Continue reading

Smartphones Soon to Make Smarter Drivers

Most of us depend on our cellphones for nearly everything. We can keep in touch and share what we are doing with friends and family, get recommendations and driving directions on places to go and things to see, and basically … Continue reading

2015 Safe Christmas Buyers Guide

Christmas is almost here, and for parents in Bloomington and across Indiana, the pressure is high to get all of the gifts on their kids’ lists by Christmas Eve. Parents want to make their children happy, but they also want … Continue reading

Secrets You Should Not Share with the Insurance Company

When you have been involved in a car accident, your interactions with the insurance adjuster can be very important. If you say the wrong thing, your claim may be in jeopardy. When dealing with the insurance company after a car … Continue reading

Instantly Increase Your Odds of Winning Your Car Accident Case Because You Took the Right Photos

When you are involved in a car accident, the first thing that you should do is to call the police. If you have suffered serious injuries that demand immediate medical attention, then it should be sought immediately. However, if you … Continue reading

Safe Driving During Hunting Season

Every year, thousands of motorists are involved in deer collisions. In fact, in a single recent year, there were 191 recorded fatalities due to collisions with animals on the roadway, most of taking place during the hunting season. Bloomington car … Continue reading

Safety Tips Every College Student Needs to Know This Semester

The start of fall semester is an exciting time to be a college student, whether you are setting foot on the beautiful Indiana University campus for the first time or you’re reconnecting with friends and professors here in Bloomington after … Continue reading

Back to School Means Back to Sports and Potential Injuries

For children in Indiana, fall means new notebooks, reading lists and a return to the classroom. For many, it also means a return to fall sports. As summer draws to a close, players and parents alike gear up for tryouts … Continue reading

New Rule Requiring Electronic Stability Control on Trucks and Buses Could Save Lives

Indiana roads could see fewer accidents involving large trucks and buses in the near future due to newly mandated safety equipment. Federal regulators will require all large trucks and buses to have electronic stability control, which is intended to help … Continue reading

Study Finds Drop in Teen Driver Deaths, But Young Motorists Still Pose Highway Hazard

A recent study carried out by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety reports that although the number of young drivers involved in fatal motor vehicle crashes has declined substantially in recent years, teen motorists are still the cause of an … Continue reading