Pet ownership comes with risk and responsibilities. Educate yourself about potential liabilities pets bring, so you and your furry friend can stay safe.
A 2020 survey showed that one-in-four adults ages 18 and older plan on traveling for spring break this year. At worst, most will only suffer a bad case of sunburn, but travelers should be aware of the hidden dangers they may face on spring break.
Ice fishing is a favorite past time in Minnesota, but it needs to be done with safety in mind. Follow these tips this winter when you’re out on the ice.
Safety is first and foremost. Turn on your vehicle’s hazard lights and get to a safe place. If your vehicle is driveable, carefully move it out of traffic.
Millions of drivers will hit the road this Holiday Season. The high traffic and holiday season present an increased risk for car accidents. If you’re venturing out for the holiday, take these tips to heart and keep you and your family safe on the road.
The season of celebration is here. But the most wonderful time of the year comes with some extra considerations for in and around your home.
While hosting a celebration is a fun way to bring friends and family together, party hosts may be liable if an accident or injury occurs. Here are some FAQs on how to keep you and your guests safe during the season.
It’s been just over a month since Minnesota introduced the new hand-free law. Here is a friendly reminder of what is allowed and some ways you can ‘hands-free’.
Serious injuries are life-changing. When you or someone you love experiences an unfortunate injury, it can result in severe physical, emotional, and financial consequences. However, in this darkness a personal injury lawyer can help you navigate your situation and ensure you’re getting the care and compensation you need.
While these represent positive steps in reducing the amount of car accidents on Minnesota roads, the fact remains that accidents do and will happen. If you find yourself in a car accident, you need to know what to do.