Jan 08 2014

Ice Ice Baby!

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Ice and snow ruining your morning commute?  Your tires may not be the only thing sliding around this winter.  Car accidents aren’t the only accidents keeping emergency rooms busy.  Emergency rooms get plenty of business from slip and fall accidents, too.

Snow and ice slip and fall walk

Protect your family, friends, customers and clients by being proactive with snow removal.  Shovel early and often.  Be sure your sidewalks and stairs are salted several times a day.  Fix any gutters that may leak and cause ice patches to form on your sidewalks and entrances to your building.

Dec 21 2013

“They Paved Paradise to Put Up a Parking Lot”


Holiday shopping can be enjoyable and stressful at the same time.  One thing that is never enjoyable and always stressful is navigating your way through the parking lot.  How many times have you stretched your neck to see if there is a free spot hiding behind a big car just to see a little car?  How many times have you slyly stalked shoppers leaving the store so you can steal their spot?

Let’s be honest.  We have all been there.  We will do anything to get the perfect parking spot.  And that’s not necessarily a bad thing but here are some things you can do to take the stress out of getting that perfect spot!

Dec 16 2013

Fact or Fiction: Pedestrians Always Have the Right of Way

Pedestrian safety is a serious issue. According to the Utah Driver Handbook, a pedestrian is a person on foot or who uses a conveyance such as skates, skateboard, et., other than a bicycle.  Pedestrian deaths occur in 17 percent of all traffic fatalities!  Considering how dangerous and deadly pedestrian accidents can be, it would seem logical that pedestrians always have the right of way.  This is FALSE, PEDESTRIANS DO NOT ALWAYS HAVE THE RIGHT OF WAY.