Preparation is the key to surviving a natural or man-made disaster. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has identified September as National Preparedness Month. This year’s theme is “Prepared, not scared.”
Imagine that you are enjoying a run in the park, when all of a sudden a strange and snarling dog comes toward you. If you have been attacked and bitten by a dog, would you know what to do afterward?
Winter weather in our state brings snow and ice, creating dangerous driving and walking conditions. Icy sidewalks, outdoor stairs, and street crossings are hazards that can cause serious injury from slip and fall accidents.
At this time of the year, both motorists and pedestrians are advised to use extra caution to avoid pedestrian accidents.
Hit and run accidents in New Jersey are on the rise. And they can be devastating.
It’s a parent’s worst nightmare. A 10-year old girl was killed in a horrific school bus accident on Route 80 while on a field trip.