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Month: May 2016

2 elderly pedestrians killed on Woodstock Road

Two men who were well known in the New Brunswick community were killed as they tried to cross Woodstock Road recently. The accident occurred around 10:30 p.m., when the two men, ages 90 and 87, had left the Fredericton Sports

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Motorcyclists rally at Moncton woman’s funeral

On Monday, May 23rd, hundreds of motorcyclists drove through Moncton to raise awareness about motorcycle safety. The group occupied the eastbound lane of Main Street downtown for a good 15 minutes, after having been to the funeral of Erin Robertson,

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Help your loved one focus on recovery after a brain injury

Watching a loved one recover from a traumatic brain injury is taxing. You have to deal with a complete life upheaval at a time when your loved one is struggling. Even though you are going through difficulties and changes, it

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Death and serious injuries that could have been avoided

Many road tragedies occurred in the last few months causing death and serious injuries that could have been avoided. Common factors leading to these fatalities and serious injuries are impaired driving, distracted driving, speeding and not wearing seatbelts. Impaired Driving

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The SEF 44 Family Protection Endorsement is an optional rider (an add-on) to motor vehicle insurance policies. It provides you with extra protection in case you are injured by another motorist who does not have enough insurance coverage to pay

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The Do’s & Don’ts of Driving Safety

Whether you’re a new or experienced driver, it’s always important to remember good driving techniques. We should always apply them every time we’re on the road, no matter how tired or in a hurry we are. Here are some do’s

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Section B – Loss of income payments

If you were injured in a motor vehicle accident, then you have the right to get insurance benefits from your own car insurance company, or the insurance company of the other driver, no matter who is at fault for the

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Facts about New Brunswick’s Disability Support Program

The Disability Support Program in New Brunswick provides flexible support for disabled people. Personal disability support plans are developed that allow disabled individuals to have their unmet needs addressed to help each person participate in the community. Some of the

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Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month – The Importance of Sharing The Road

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. All motorists are reminded to share the road with motorcycles and to be on extra alert to help keep motorcyclists safe. Motorcyclists are reminded to make themselves visible to other motorists. Here are 6

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