Find the “Right Seat” | National Child Passenger Safety Week
202009.20
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Find the “Right Seat” | National Child Passenger Safety Week

National Child Passenger Safety Week is just around the corner, including National Seat Check Saturday (the week of Sept. 20, 2020). The John Price family understands just how critical child passenger safety is; we are doing our part to add to the conversation as we work together to end the suffering of children due to…

Rear-Ended Collisions in South Carolina
202008.25
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Rear-Ended Collisions in South Carolina

If you’ve ever been rear-ended while driving, you know first-hand how emotionally jarring and physically painful it can be. Everyone’s experience is different; seconds may feel like an eternity or faster than milliseconds. When replaying the scene in your head, you may recall a host of sounds, such as tires screeching or metal being crushed….

Stop on Red Week: Dangers of Running a Red Light
202008.02
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Stop on Red Week: Dangers of Running a Red Light

Have you ever had a close call with another driver making the dangerous mistake of running a red light? The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) describes red light running as the “leading cause of urban crashes in the United States,” often resulting in serious injury or death. As Stop on Red Week from the…

Teen Driving Safety Tips for Families | John Price Law Firm
202007.28
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Teen Driving Safety Tips for Families | John Price Law Firm

Are you the parent or caregiver of a new teen driver? Much anticipation and preparation likely went into getting your teen driver ready for this milestone. Many of us can remember what it was like to get our first set of car keys. We may also have memories of our first fender bender or close…

Children’s Water Safety Tips for the Home | John Price Law Firm
202007.26
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Children’s Water Safety Tips for the Home | John Price Law Firm

Most new parents are aware of the important task of baby proofing their home, carefully anchoring furniture, covering outlets, removing cords, installing baby gates, locking cabinets, and more. Sharp edges become a hazard and stove knobs pose a threat. Keeping your sweet baby healthy means everything and the extra precautions you take to provide a…

Summer Boating Safety Tips During COVID-19
202007.24
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Summer Boating Safety Tips During COVID-19

Are you planning an afternoon on the lake or the Intracoastal Waterway? During these unsettling times, an outdoor adventure complete with nautical breezes and sunshine provides a welcome respite from the worries of the day. Boating safety is always a priority when enjoying an outing on the water, but even more so during COVID-19. Today’s…

Before You Ride: Motorcycle Safety Tips
202007.18
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Before You Ride: Motorcycle Safety Tips

Whether your motivation for riding a motorcycle is to save on vehicle and fuel expenses, for the camaraderie you share with other riders or simply a love of the sport, staying safe on the road is crucial. Before planning a summer ride, refer to today’s post for motorcycle safety tips. Being as prepared as possible…

Meeting for Drinks? Getting Home Safely During COVID-19
202007.13
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Meeting for Drinks? Getting Home Safely During COVID-19

As some restrictions lift and businesses reopen, you may consider meeting a friend or family member for a drink to catch up (while socially distancing). Before making plans, be sure to review the latest information from the CDC on going out, keeping in mind “the more closely you interact with others and the longer that…

Golf Cart Safety Tips for Families This Summer
202007.08
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Golf Cart Safety Tips for Families This Summer

It’s not uncommon to see families on golf carts zipping around local neighborhoods, especially in the spring and summertime. In larger neighborhoods, taking a golf cart to the pool can save a car ride or a longer, much warmer walk. Master-planned communities may have a grocery store or school within the neighborhood where it’s tempting…

Construction Workers and the Risk of Falls
202005.24
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Construction Workers and the Risk of Falls

When it comes to death in construction, falls are the top cause. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reports “in 2018, there were 320 fatal falls to a lower level out of 1,008 construction fatalities (BLS data)” and goes on to say “these deaths are preventable.” In their Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, The Centers…