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Celebrating Holidays With Safety In Mind

Reading Time: < 1 minute Did you know that some of the most dangerous days of the year on our nation’s roadways are between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day? According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, from 2013 to 2017, more than 800 people died in alcohol-impaired crashes over the Thanksgiving weekend. With the holiday season quickly approaching, many […]

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Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Insurance

Reading Time: < 1 minute I Have Insurance, but Is That Enough? Have you ever been in a motor vehicle accident, particularly when you were not deemed “at-fault?” If so, did you remember to exchange contact and insurance information with those involved? While it is relatively uncommon, there is a significant risk that the at-fault party failed to purchase enough […]

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For Domestic Abuse Victims, Not All Are “Safer At Home”

Reading Time: 2 minutes In a year of chaos, the Covid-19 pandemic, struggles for equality, and a deafening onslaught of political noise, there is another silent yet significant threat to our local communities and families.  Unreported and underreported cases of domestic abuse have risen sharply locally and worldwide.  Some public safety measures, specifically stay-at-home orders, which are designed to […]

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Bicycle Safety In Urban Honolulu

Reading Time: 2 minutes As more residents are moving to urban areas such as Honolulu to reduce their commute time to and from work, alternative modes of transportation including walking and bicycling have increased in popularity, especially with the introduction of biki – a bikeshare service. The City and County of Honolulu is implementing the Complete Streets program to […]

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August is Pedestrian Safety Month: Walk Wise Tips

Reading Time: 2 minutes Every year, dozens of pedestrians are killed in Hawaii while crossing the street, walking along roadways, or traversing our sidewalks. According to the State of Hawaii Preliminary Traffic Fatalities Report, from January 1 through July 30, 2020 there were eight pedestrian fatalities.  This number is considered lower than some years, but is likely impacted by […]

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Oahu Pedestrian Fatalities in 2018 Increases: What is Going On?

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Rise In Pedestrian Fatalities Is Shocking. As a father with a young daughter, and someone who enjoys walking around our office and neighborhood, it is shocking to read about the rise of pedestrian accidents leading to fatalities here on Oahu. The Department of Transportation reports that Oahu has gone from 3 recorded deaths from […]