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5 Random Acts of Kindness that can Brighten Someone’s Day

With the busy world today, things can get hectic and we can forget to be kind to one another. Here are a few tips to help instill kindness in the world: Pay for the Next Person in Line’s Food Lunch rush can always be frustrating and time consuming especially if you’re stuck in line waiting for food. One way you can brighten up this mundane...

Safe Driving In Major Cities

While driving in a major city, you are likely to encounter traffic jams, bumper-to-bumper traffic, and large numbers of pedestrians and bicyclists. The following are safe driving tips to help smooth the way and reduce your risk of an accident. Avoid Driving During Rush Hour Peak rush hour traffic typically occurs from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Stay...

Will Workers’ Comp Cover Employee Negligence?

Workers' compensation insurance is designed to provide benefits to injured workers and to protect employers from injury lawsuits brought by employees. It pays for medical care, partially replaces lost wages during recovery from work-related injuries, and covers vocational rehabilitation for workers when needed. Generally, workers' compensation is a no-fault system that provides benefits for workers injured on the job, regardless of who was at fault....

Ways to Avoid Identity Theft this Tax Season

With the advancement of technology over the last few decades, ways to commit identity theft have also evolved. Often times, a thief will steal social security numbers and file a tax return under a stolen identity in hopes of claiming additional tax returns. However, there’s many ways to prevent this from happening, below are just a few: Keep Your Social Security Number Private One of...

Driving on Black Ice: What You Need to Know

From snow to sleet to freezing rain, severe weather conditions can make winter driving especially difficult. But perhaps none is more dangerous than black ice. That's because unlike snow and sleet, black ice can be practically invisible to an unsuspecting driver. Related: 7 Dangerous Winter Driving Myths... Debunked The safest thing to do is stay home when conditions call for icy roads – but of...