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The Yellow Dog Project

Have you seen someone walking a dog with a yellow ribbon lately? If so, they may be part of the Yellow Dog Project, which is a global movement for owners of dogs that need extra space. The yellow ribbon works … Continue reading

INSURANCE BAD FAITH

Bad faith is when an insurance company has illegally denied or delayed paying a valid claim. Doing so can have consequences for you and your loved one. Insurers have a duty to act in good faith toward their policyholders; failure … Continue reading

Thanksgiving week one of deadliest for auto accidents

You are not alone, if you are planning on traveling at some point during Thanksgiving week. According to AAA, nearly 40 million people plan to drive 50 or more miles from their home in order to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. … Continue reading

Head Injuries

Most of us know that minor head injury and knocks to the head are common, particularly in children. Following a head injury, if the person is conscious (awake), and there is no deep cut or severe head damage, it is … Continue reading

WORKPLACE INJURIES

Statistics tell us that serious workplace injuries are far too common. The Workers Compensation Fund is seeing a slight increase in the number of workplace injury claims in 2013, but the real concern is the severity of claims and the number … Continue reading

FDA Warning

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration released a Safety Announcement August 1, 2013 regarding the rare but serious skin reactions with pain reliever / fever reducer acetaminophen. Safety Announcement released by the FDA stated: [8-1-2013] The U.S. Food and Drug … Continue reading

Grilling Safety Tips

Living along the Gulf Coast we can enjoy grilling with family and friends year round. To help keep your family and friends safe while grilling, the Mississippi State Fire Marshal’s Office, recommends these Grilling Safety Tips: ·         The grill should be placed … Continue reading

BOATING SAFETY TIPS

We hope you are all enjoying your summer and the many amenities the Gulf Coast has to offer. It is a great time to enjoy fishing and boating activities. Remember to follow your boating safety and wear your life jackets. … Continue reading

ACCIDENTS CAN AND DO HAPPEN

One wrong move can have major consequences at a construction site or other hazardous work site. Injured workers and the families of those who have been injured or killed may get some benefits from workers’ compensation, but workers’ compensation benefits … Continue reading

TIPS FOR MANAGING SOME OF THE MOST COMMON DRIVER DISTRACTIONS

Mississippi is one of 11 states without a ban on text messaging for all drivers. However, the following laws are in effect:  Ban on all cell phone use (handheld and hands free) for bus drivers. (Primary law)  Ban on texting … Continue reading

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