More old cars means more defect-related crashes

Tennessee residents who drive an older vehicle may be at a higher risk for a preventable car crash. At least, this is the case in Ohio. According to the Ohio Highway Patrol, 56% of car crashes in the past three years that involved defective equipment were caused by vehicles made between 1999 and 2008. Model

Musculoskeletal conditions affect half of American adults

Of all the categories of disabilities affecting the American public, it appears that none are more common than musculoskeletal conditions like back pain, tendonitis and carpal tunnel syndrome. The World Health Organization estimates that one out of two adults in the U.S. has at least one musculoskeletal disorder. Think about that: half of all adults,

Car accidents can happen almost anywhere

In 2018, 36,560 people were killed in car accidents that took place in Tennessee and throughout America. However, a person’s chances of being involved in a serious car accident depends largely on where and when he or she happens to be driving. For instance, fatal crashes are most likely to happen in rural areas or




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