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Tips for a Safe Holiday Season
’Tis the season for everything holly, jolly, merry and bright. But Thanksgiving to New Year’s can pose a greater risk for house fires, decorating injuries and drunk driving crashes. This month’s You Should Know offers tips for avoiding these common (but preventable) seasonal mishaps. View Tips
Backlog Improves, But Vets
Still Struggle for Benefits
One of our nation’s most sacred promises to veterans is that we will take care of them if they are hurt in battle. But that promise is too often broken. As Veterans Day approaches on Nov. 11, we take a closer look at the issue of veterans’ benefits. View Veterans Benefits
“Tort Reform” Threatens Our Liberties
The observation of Constitution Day on Sept. 17 is a good time to remind Americans that the Seventh Amendment right to a trial by jury is under relentless attack. Advocates of “tort reform” are pushing for an overhaul of our civil justice system, which would change centuries-old common law and is in stark opposition to the vision of our Founding Fathers. View LIberties
Courageous Americans Turn Grief into Action
The annual Justice Served issue celebrates the stories of injured people and their families who decide to make a difference in protecting the health, safety and legal rights of others. Once a year, we ask people to read these remarkable stories and tell us which one touches them most and why.
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More Kids Left in Hot Cars: Awareness and Prevention
As the temperatures climb, so too does the risk of injury or death from heatstroke. Thirteen children have already died in hot cars this year. But this tragedy is 100 percent preventable. You should know what we can do to spread the word about the risks and consequences of leaving a kid in a hot car. View Hot Cars
Guide to Grilling Fun and Safety
Nothing says summer better than an estimated 92 million American grill-owning households cranking up their backyard barbecues for festive gatherings. So grab those funky aprons and your favorite BBQ sauce while we explore what you should know about the fun, lore and safety tips associated with one of America’s favorite summer pastimes — outdoor grilling.. View Grilling
Family’s Search for Answers Uncovers Truth at GM
GM provides us with the perfect "teaching moment" for civil justice. The parents of Brooke Melton wanted answers in the death of their daughter in a car crash involving a Chevrolet Cobalt. Their willingness to take on GM with the help of a lawyer and the civil justice system resulted in the recall of 2.6 million cars and revelations once again that corporations will often choose profit over safety.
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Women Alert to Harmful Drugs
A long line of harmful drugs and medical devices have been – and continue to be – sold to unsuspecting women. This issue of You Should Know is dedicated to all those grandmas, moms, daughters, sisters and friends out there who deserve protection from unsafe medical products. View Harmful Drugs
Assisted Living Not Always Safe
As the baby boomer generation ages, assisted living has become a big business – and for too many residents and their families, a big problem. Uneven regulation has created a dangerous situation where some facilities are not properly equipped or staffed to care for an increasingly ill population.
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America’s Most Dangerous Jobs
Reality cable shows like Deadliest Catch and Ax Men thrill millions of viewers with an inside look at the two most dangerous jobs in America. But every day 12 Americans go to work and never come home. Every year, nearly 3 million more suffer debilitating injuries. View Dangerous Jobs
Medical Errors Third Leading Cause of Death
A recent study estimates that 210,000 hospital patients die each year from preventable medical errors, roughly equivalent to 365 jumbo jet disasters. That puts medical errors as the third leading cause of death in the United States after heart disease and cancer. You should know how patient safety can help you survive a hospital stay. View Medical Errors
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