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November 2018 Archives

How to adjust your driving if you're caught in a whiteout

There are few things more frightening about driving in wintry Illinois weather than getting caught in a whiteout. If you've lived here for any amount of time, it's probably happened to you. In whiteout conditions, snow is blowing so hard and fast that you have virtually no visibility. Your windshield wipers are useless to stop the onslaught.

Use care when walking on ice and snow this winter

Walking around during the winter months in Illinois can be difficult. You have to deal with snowy conditions that can make it easy to slip and fall. While sidewalks and paths are usually shoveled and salted, it is necessary to ensure that you are prepared for walking around in wintry weather, even if you are only going from your vehicle into a store.

Have you suffered a brain injury?

Brain injuries can occur when you least expect it, resulting from a severe blow to the head or body. Unlike other severe injuries that are caused by blunt-force trauma, brain injuries may take time to surface. If you were involved in an accident, it is important to understand the causes of brain injuries as well as the symptoms to be aware of.

Study shows medical device managers delay recalls

A recent behavioral study gives important insight into how the voluntary recall process works. The study found that medical device firm managers let physicians identify defects in their product, rather than issuing a voluntary recall when they suspect a problem. Indiana University and the University of Minnesota jointly conducted the research.

Trucking company hopes to avoid distracted driving crashes

In Peoria, we are very familiar with the sounds and sights of 18-wheelers both roaring by and slowing down to drop off or pick up goods. Everyone who has driven on Interstate 74 knows that the biggest vehicles on the road are also the heaviest and most difficult to maneuver and stop.

Five schoolkids killed in three days by distracted drivers

The news of the deaths of young children jolted the nation, though it is difficult to know if that jolt of awareness will last or if it will be soon forgotten. Illinois news outlets reported the jarring news of the tragic deaths of five schoolkids and serious injuries to others in a series of distracted driving crashes across the nation.

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