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Increase in Number of Pedestrian Deaths Spurs DOT to Add Funding
Increase in Number of Pedestrian Deaths Spurs DOT to Add Funding

An increase in the number of pedestrians killed in auto accidents has spurred the Department of Transportation to increase spending on grants for safety and education. In 2011, over 4000 pedestrians were killed in auto accidents. This represents a nearly ten percent increase ...

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Blog Posts in 2013

  • Charlesgate Nursing Home Ordered Not to Take Any New Patients After Death

    The Rhode Island State Health Department has ordered that Charlesgate Nursing Home can not take in any new patients following the death of a resident ...

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  • We’ve Been Busy!

    I have seriously neglected this blog which has been so important to me and my practice in the past few years. It’s been for good reason, however! ...

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  • Dangerous Dog Breeds that Could Raise your Homeowners Insurance Rates

    An article on MSN and a recent commercial from Farmers Insurance have brought to light the fact that over 1/3 of all homeowner insurance claims are ...

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  • Bus Accident at Kennedy Plaza and Settling Claims with RIPTA

    The Providence Journal is reporting a relatively serious bus accident which occurred between two RIPTA buses at the terminal in Kennedy Plaza, ...

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  • Charity Opportunity for the Boston Marathon Victims

    Like everyone I am overwhelmed by the attack during the Boston marathon. It was a disgusting act of cowardice that has left many families destroyed. ...

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  • Distracted Driving Is the Greatest Threat on the Road

    A new study suggests that more than texting and even more than drunk driving, that distracted driving is the greatest danger on the road. A study from ...

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  • What Happens If You Are Uninsured but NOT Responsible for an Accident?

    An interesting situation arises when a person is driving without insurance (a mistake, and in Rhode Island, illegal) and gets into a car accident, but ...

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  • Last Year Saw an Increase in the Number of Deaths of Teenage Drivers

    A new report from the Governors Highway Safety Association shows that the first half of year 2012 saw a 19 percent increase in teenage driver ...

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  • Accidents and Injuries on Construction Sites

    Construction remains among the most dangerous professions in our country and, as such, accounts for very serious life-altering injuries. OSHA among ...

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