Safety Alerts

Never Tire of Safety where the Rubber Meets the Road

You might be surprised to learn there are currently no laws, regulations or tire industry standards requiring an expiration date for tires. Aging tires have been dubbed “the invisible hazard” by safety advocates because unused tires that look “new” may […]

Have Yourself A Safe Little Holiday

The upcoming holidays are a wonderful time of year to spend with family and dear friends, and to reflect on life’s blessings. With everyone making their lists and checking them twice, sometimes holiday safety fails to make the cut. We […]

National Teen Driver Safety Week Focuses on Shared Expectations Between Parents and Teen Drivers

October 18 through 26 marks National Teen Driver Safety Week. The Becker Law Office supports this awareness campaign promoting safe driving for teens. “I remember the freedom and enthusiasm at getting my driver’s license. Now it’s a cause of great […]

Is a thrill ride at an amusement park worth the risk?

Amusement parks are frequently a big part of summer fun. They provide entertainment and excitement with their water parks, variety shows and thrill rides but did you ever stop to think about the safety of the rides you and your […]

Don’t Zone Out! National Work Zone Awareness Week is NOW!

The 14th annual National Work Zone Awareness Week kicked off yesterday in Washington D.C. and runs through April 19.  The goal to improve driver and worker safety in highway work zones, and to improve vehicle mobility through work zones. The theme for 2013 […]

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