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RalphieShopper's Guide to Avoiding Dangerous Toys

For a fifth straight year in 2009, the number of kids hurt in toy-related injuries increased in America. A flood of foreign imports and limited government resources mean buyers have to be particularly aware.
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UnderwayTips for Hosting a Safe Holiday Party

The period between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day can be one of the deadliest times on America's roadways due to drunk driving. Get your party guests home safe. View Web Version

Guide to Work Injuries, Workers' Comp and Your Rights

Workers must navigate a complicated and often confusing workers' comp system to receive benefits if hurt on the job. View Web Version

UnderwayFirst 10 Minutes, First 10 Hours
After a Car Accident

Keeping a level head after an auto accident isn't easy, especially if there are injuries. Protect your interests with these commonsense tips, and order a First 10 wallet card. View Web Version

Texting TeenClients Who Made America Safer, Healthier:
Introducing The 2010 Justice Served Awards

Here's the story the "tort reformers" don't want Americans to see: clients and attorneys making the world safer by demanding justice in a court of law. Introducing the Justice Served Awards. View Web Version

UnderwayBoating Refresher: Float Safely Through Summer

Summer weather in the upper Midwest, the land of many lakes and streams, beckons thousands of us out onto the water. Here are the latest rules, regulations and safety tips for a fun summer of boating. View Web Version

Texting Teen2010 Guide to Grilling Fun and Safety

Grab those funky aprons and your favorite barbeque sauce and explore the fun, lore and safety tips associated with one of America’s favorite summer pastimes — outdoor grilling. View Web Version

Texting TeenSafe...or Sorry: What to Know Before
Choosing a New Car

The make and model of the car you choose can improve your chances of surviving an accident by as much as 400 percent. View Web Version

Texting TeenKnow Your Home Insurance Before Disaster Strikes

New homeowners shouldn't overlook the fine print in their homeowner's policy in the rush to close on their new home. View Web Version

Texting TeenToyota's Recall Shatters Consumer
Confidence in Auto Safety

More than 50 reported deaths and a massive recall by Toyota have many Americans thinking more about auto safety. View Web Version

Texting TeenTexting, Talking & Driving: Are You At Risk?

Hold onto your “LOLs” and “CUL8Rs” because there’s a growing movement afoot to unplug those cellular distractions while driving. Download...

Auto InsuranceAuto Insurance: The 'Full Coverage' Myth

The “full coverage” you think you have can still leave you exposed to runaway medical bills, lost wages, or even the expenses of another party. Download...


Dangerous ToysShopper's Guide: Dangerous Toys

While most of the toys you’ll find on store shelves are safe, we think you should know which toys to avoid. Download...

Medical MistakesPrevent Medical Injuries:
Healthcare Survival Guide

Healthcare leaders are searching for answers, but in the meantime you should know how you can prevent medical mistakes. Download...

BulliesStop Bullies: Tips, Techniques, Answers

Kids who experience prolonged bullying – a growing number according to many national observers – can suffer a wide range of physical, mental and social problems that can lead to suicide. Download...

McChippsClaim Denied: What Now?

Unfortunately "claim denied" has become the unofficial slogan for many insurance companies. Fight back when your insurance company says "no!" Download...