Blog Posts in June, 2018

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  • Accident-Avoidance Technology Now Turning to Motorcycles
    Accident-Avoidance Technology Now Turning to Motorcycles

    It shouldn’t come as front-page news that safety technology being applied to passenger vehicles is now morphing over to motorcycles as well. Some people might even question why new developments along ...

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  • Summertime: A Perfect Storm of Crash-Producing Factors
    Summertime: A Perfect Storm of Crash-Producing Factors

    When compared with winter months, there are seemingly a number of reasons why the sweet spot of summer should be far safer for drivers in Indiana and nationally. After all, weather during the ...

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  • Are Vaping's Potential Benefits Offset by Risky Batteries?
    Are Vaping's Potential Benefits Offset by Risky Batteries?

    Do you vape? According to government statistics, the use of electronic cigarettes is on the rise. As of 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported at least 9 million U.S. adults ...

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  • Spinal Cord Research in Spotlight at Purdue University
    Spinal Cord Research in Spotlight at Purdue University

    A spinal cord injury is a complex and serious ailment. Often testing - and sometimes exceeding - the bounds of medical knowledge and known treatments. The established personal injury firm of Tabor Law ...

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  • Trucks the Size of Buildings Coming Soon to America's Roadways?
    Trucks the Size of Buildings Coming Soon to America's Roadways?

    The imagery is purposeful and, we suspect, effective for many Indiana motorists and drivers elsewhere across the country. What critics of a potentially huge change (literally as well as figuratively) ...

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  • Indiana's Troubling Year-On-Year Spike in Motorcycle Fatalities
    Indiana's Troubling Year-On-Year Spike in Motorcycle Fatalities

    Did you notice as an Indiana resident the campaign conducted in April focused on distracted driving ? State motorcyclists are certainly hoping that most passenger-vehicle drivers across the state did. ...

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