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  • Keep Your Resolution Not to Text and Drive With These Tips

    Keep Your Resolution Not to Text and Drive With These Tips

    When people think about dangerous driving habits, their first thought is usually drinking and driving. Luckily, deaths caused by drunk drivers decreased by 28% from 2005 to 2012. While drunk driving is still very dangerous and claiming lives, ad campaigns …

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  • Lee Christie Honored By Arlington High School

    Lee Christie Honored By Arlington High School

      We are so proud of our partner Lee Christie, who was recently recognized by his high school for his continued support of their growth and success. Lee is an alumnus of Arlington High School (AHS) in Indianapolis, where he …

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  • Host Liability at Private Parties

    Host Liability at Private Parties

    With holiday season in full swing, it’s likely you’ll receive invites to attend the yearly festivities. As a guest, your responsibilities are to eat, drink, and make merry at these events, but everyone, host and guest alike, have a duty …

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  • Holiday Toy Safety

    Holiday Toy Safety

    Every year there is a hot new toy that almost every child wants, but sometimes these toys pose a threat to a child’s safety. Toys intended for children 12 and under must be certified with a Children’s Product Certificate by …

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  • We’re Having Breakfast With Santa Tomorrow!

    We’re Having Breakfast With Santa Tomorrow!

    Tomorrow, December 9 2017, is the 20th annual Breakfast With Santa at Indianapolis’ YMCA Athenaeum. This is our third year as a proud sponsor of the event, along with our fellow Christmas elves below. The YMCA at the Athenaeum has …

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  • Lay-Down Motorcycle Accident Injuries and Liability

    Lay-Down Motorcycle Accident Injuries and Liability

    When a biker is forced to decide between risking a collision or laying down their bike to avoid an accident, it’s not an easy choice. Motorcycle drivers and their passengers can still get run over or injured even if they …

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  • Black Friday Shopping Safety

    Black Friday Shopping Safety

    While one person alone consumes about 4,500 calories on Thanksgiving, nothing quite beats the sense of accomplishment the day after. The triumph of waiting in line four hours in the freezing cold for that amazing half-off 60 inch TV is …

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  • Proper Indiana Construction Zone Setup

    Proper Indiana Construction Zone Setup

    Each state’s Department of Transportation establishes guidelines for how construction zones should be set up and marked in their state. In this article, we’ll explore the rules established by Indiana’s INDOT and what they mean to anyone driving the state’s …

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