Monthly Archives: October 2015

Daylight Savings Time and Accident Injury

The idea of daylight savings time has been around for many centuries, but in the United States it was first introduced by Woodrow Wilson in 1918. The idea of putting our clocks forward one hour in the spring and back one hour in the fall had to do with saving energy by not needing as much artificial lighting during the hours most people are active. Woodrow Wilson also believed he was helping the war effort with DST. It was not long, only several months, before most of the U.S. repealed the use of daylight savings time in 1918 although many […]

Don’t Let The Insurance Company Short Change You

Insurance companies are businesses, not charities. So it is not surprising that they are in business to make money. That means when you file a claim with an insurance company they are going to be thinking about their own bottom line and paying you the least amount of compensation they can. If you have been seriously injured in a car accident, a slip & fall while shopping, or any type of accident injury where another person or party was at fault, you will eventually be dealing with the “at fault” party’s insurance company. You need someone on your side. Someone […]