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Exit 4A

Exit 4A: Whats Happening with this Project?

Exit 4A off Interstate I 93 in the Derry-Londonderry area, 30 years on the drawing board, appears about ready to come to life. Maybe. Advantages include relieving pressure from a traffic nightmare.  At Exit 4 drivers headed to Derry merge from 2 lanes to one.  During rush hour that traffic […]

Vertebral Subluxation

Subluxation: Dislocation Impacting Other Parts of Body

Subluxation occurs when one or more bones in the spine move out of position.  Also called a vertebral subluxation, this partial dislocation moves the bones out of position creating pressure on or irritation of spinal nerves. Medical authorities define it as partial dislocation of any joint in the body.  It […]

do statistics show who are worse drivers men or women?

Worse Drivers, Men or Women? The Survey Says …

Who are the worse drivers, men or women? We’re not looking to inflame the so-called battle of the sexes. In researching this topic we found numerous studies claiming to provide facts and insight on America’s driving habits.  After a while the studies piled up to the point that this age-old […]

Time Change Causes Accidents

Time Change Causes Accidents

Spring ahead and fall back, they say, but do they know the time change causes accidents? Setting clocks ahead in the spring and back in the fall annoys many people.  Beyond the annoyance, car accident experts warn that setting the clock back in the fall increases the number of car […]

Will legalizing pot happen?

Legalizing Pot: New Hampshire Commission Reports on Year Long Study

Legalizing pot poses big issues.  A handful of states allow recreational weed.  Will New Hampshire be next? New Hampshire lawmakers asked a study commission to look into a broad range of issues.  On November 1, 2018 the 17-member group released a report looking at issues raised by legalized weed. During […]

Real ID What is it?

Real ID: What is it? Why is Renewing my Driver’s License So Complicated?

Real ID is the name given to kicked up federal standards for driver’s licenses and other types of identification. When your driver’s license comes up for renewal you need to quickly brush up on the choices facing you. Hopefully this article simplifies the issues. Congress passed the REAL ID Act, […]

Turn Signals & Safety

Turn Signals – Why Drivers Neglect Them & How It Causes Accidents

Turn signals are automatic for most drivers.  Some drivers automatically activate blinkers before turns.  Others automatically ignore turn signals. Everyone knows failing to use turn signals before a lane change or prior to making a turn is wrong.  Turn signals make up one of the basic rules new drivers learn […]

Loose Dog in the Car & Car Accidents

Driving With a Loose Dog in the Car

Is it legal to drive with a loose dog in the car? Most dogs love jumping in the car and riding around town with their family.  How often do you see a dog with its head hanging out a car window watching the world go by?  Or, often we all […]

Dangers of Driving in the Rain

Driving in the Rain – Highway Dangers

Driving in the rain presents greater danger than driving in wintry snow and ice. That’s right.  You know how some people go crazy when the snow flies.  Officials warn everyone to stay off the roads due to snow and ice.  Grocery stores fill up with shoppers grabbing milk, bread and […]

Medical Bills in your Personal Injury Case

Medical Bills and How to Handle Them – Insurance Issues

Medical bills are through the roof.  Even though we’re all supposed to have health insurance, not everyone does.  Even with health insurance, co-pays and deductibles alone often break the bank. Can health care providers send their bills to collection? Are there special rules for bill collectors going after people for […]



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