Old vs. New: See How Car Safety Has Drastically Improved

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    1950’s Car Safety vs. Today  Ever wonder how our lightweight modern cars stack up against the older, far more heavy automobiles? The below Consumer Reports video smashes a 2009 Chevy Malibu into a 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air and the results may surprise you. See the dramatic difference between car safety from the 1950’s vs. car safety today.

    The Most Dangerous Roads in Oregon

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    The state of Oregon may be known as a hipster paradise, with rivers of Kombucha and vintage cardigans as far as the eye can see. Oregon is also home to some of the most dangerous roads in the entire United States. From crowded urban intersections to steep cliffs that plunge directly into the cold green waters of the Pacific Ocean, […]

    Ride the Ducks Crash Lawsuits Settle For Millions

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    Four plaintiffs in the infamous 2015 Ride the Ducks crash have settled their personal injury claims in settlements totaling well over $8 million dollars. The Ride the Ducks crash occurred just over two years ago when a defective duck boat suddenly veered into oncoming traffic on the notoriously dangerous Aurora Bridge in Seattle. The bulk of the settlements, $7 million, […]

    The Benefits of Chiropractic Therapy

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    Chiropractic therapy is one of the best ways to recuperate after being injured in a car accident. Yet, there are a number of other benefits to be had from visiting a chiropractic doctor on a regular basis. The infographic below details some of the ways chiropractic adjustments and manipulations can help you recover from your back and neck injuries, and […]

    The Top 7 Reasons For Distracted Driving

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    Did you know that 25% of all car accident fatalities are the result of a distracted driver? With the advent of smartphones and tablets, it’s a wonder this number isn’t twice as high. Most people are surprised to find that cellphone use only makes up about 10% of all distracted driving incidents. An internal study performed by a New England […]