No tragedy can match the trauma of losing a loved one. In addition to the emotional turmoil, surviving family members may face financial struggles if the deceased was a primary source of income.
Distracted driving is a leading cause of fatal accidents. It killed at least 3,179 people in 2014 alone, according to Distraction.gov. Although cell phone use contributes to a significant number of these crashes, passengers can be just as dangerous.
Did your teen recently receive his or her driver’s license? As a parent, giving your child the keys to a vehicle can seem overwhelming, but there are steps you can take to improve his or her safety. In particular, purchasing a vehicle with a high safety rating can help your teen avoid injuries if the worst happens.