Autumn driving safety tips
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Autumn Driving Safety Tips for Quad Cities Motorists

It’s officially autumn in the Quad Cities. The season brings the holidays and other festive, fun events. It also comes with some hazards, especially when driving. As the leaves change color and the weather cools down, it’s important to adjust your driving habits to stay safe on the road. In this blog, the Quad Cities […]

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Why Quad Cities Standard Time Car Crashes Occur

As standard time (ST) approaches, the familiar ritual of turning the clocks back one hour is almost upon us. While many of us look forward to that extra 60 minutes of sleep, there’s a less pleasant consequence to this time shift: an increase in Quad Cities standard time car crashes. In this article, the Quad […]

Halloween Safety
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How to Prevent Halloween Injuries

Halloween is a fun time for people of all ages. There is something for everyone, from trick-or-treating, parties, costumes, and visiting haunted attractions. While it’s the season for chills and thrills, no one wants to experience real-life scares in the form of Halloween injuries. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), there are […]

Teen Driver Safety Week
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Teach Your Kids Good Habits During National Teen Driver Safety Week

National Teen Driver Safety Week occurs from October 15-21, 2023. Organizations like the National Safety Council (NSC) use the event to promote awareness of safety issues specific to young drivers. The Quad Cities car crash lawyers at Winstein, Kavensky & Cunningham also want to do their part. Below are some valuable safety tips to teach […]

Home Improvements for Catastrophic Injuries
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Home Improvements for Catastrophic Injuries

Suffering a catastrophic injury can affect your life for years or, in some cases, permanently. Some everyday activities you’re accustomed to may become challenging after life-altering injuries. Sometimes, you may have to make alterations to your home to maintain your quality of life. After an accident results in life-changing injuries, most people are focused on […]

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Who Is Liable for a Broken HVAC Unit?

As the fall and winter seasons approach, Quad Cities residents should start preparing for colder weather. A properly functioning HVAC unit is essential during the colder seasons. This can get tricky for those who live or operate businesses in rental properties, especially if you aren’t sure who is responsible for broken HVAC liability. No one […]

school bus safety tips
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Back To School: School Bus Safety Tips

As the new school year kicks off in the Quad Cities, drivers will see more school buses on the road. Everyone wants their child to get to school safely, and the journey to and from school is one of the most important times to be aware of safety. This is something parents and drivers on […]

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Heat Illness: Symptoms, Prevention, and Safety

The Quad Cities region is a vibrant riverside community full of outdoor activities that locals and tourists love. While the area is known for bitterly cold winters, the summer can bring scorching temperatures that pose risks of heat illness. In this blog, our Quad Cities personal injury attorneys explain the types of heat illness and […]

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Are Electric Cars Safer Than Gas?

Electric vehicles (EVs) have revolutionized the automotive industry. From wells to wheels, they use less fossil fuels and emit less carbon than traditional internal combustion engine cars. EVs promise a greener future for transportation. As their popularity increases, so does the debate over their safety. Both skeptics and proponents wonder whether electric cars are safer […]

dangers of speeding
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Top Dangers of Speeding in Quad Cities Area

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 29% of all traffic fatalities in 2021 were attributed to speeding. Whether you’re running late, distracted, or in the throes of road rage, it’s easy to succumb to the temptation of speeding. However, this seemingly harmless act can have devastating consequences for the speeding driver and […]