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Posted Sun, Sep 29, 2013
Having adequate car and health insurance before traveling abroad can ensure you get health care without having to sell your home.
Posted Sun, Sep 22, 2013
The battle over the ever increasingly popular electric bicycle and law enforcement may heat up as their popularity increases.
Posted Sun, Sep 15, 2013
Being hit from behind (rear end collisions) are the most common of all car accidents.
Posted Sun, Sep 08, 2013
Only 1/3 of respondents in a recent TD Insurance poll knew the correct actions to take following an accident. Taking the right steps protects you and your passengers.
Posted Mon, Sep 02, 2013
The treatment modalities for concussion in youth may well be changing as a result of some successful advancements in America.
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