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May 2015 Archives

When Should You Seek Medical Attention After an Accident?

There is so much going on after an accident occurs that it can become easy to become overwhelmed and begin overlooking important things including your injuries. At first you may feel fine but there are symptoms of a personal injury that are not always immediately visible. Symptoms like pain, numbness, and dizziness may not become apparent until hours or days after the accident has occurred. It is important to seek medical attention right away because if you wait it will become harder to prove that the injuries were a result of the accident and also you may have some non-visible injuries that if left untreated could put your health at risk.

Helping Your Child Cope after a Dog Bite

Dog bites can be traumatic for victims of all ages. Unfortunately out of the 4.5 million Americans* that suffer dog bites about half of them are small children. The trauma from a dog bite can cause children to lose their sense of security and to become quiet and withdrawn. It is not unusual for victims to develop post-traumatic stress disorder for months after the attack. Indicators of post-traumatic stress include:

Dangers of Distracted Driving

During our daily commute it can become easy to feel tempted to focus our attention on things other than the road. This is called distracted driving which is when the driver begins performing any activity that diverts their attention away from the road. Distracted driving was the cause of 3,154 motor vehicle deaths in 2013. It is important to know the forms of activities that can distract a driver and increase risk of accident. They include:

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