green checkmark Google Screened
  • Contact Us Today

    • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
  • February 4-10th is National Burn Awareness Week

    Every February, the American Burn Association (ABA) sponsors a weeklong awareness campaign meant to reduce burn injuries in Americans. This year’s campaign, which takes place next month from the 4th to the 10th, focuses on how to reduce flammable liquid burn injuries. Any liquid with a flash point under 100 degrees Fahrenheit is considered flammable,[…]

    Read More »

    February is American Heart Month

    This February marks the 57th consecutive American Heart Month, an important annual awareness campaign spearheaded by the American Heart Association (AHA). This year’s campaign: “Heart to Heart: Why Losing One Woman is Too Many” is raising awareness about how 1 in 3 women are diagnosed with heart disease each year. Heart disease is the number[…]

    Read More »

    Snow Safety for All Ages

    Each year, we write about how our readers can best protect themselves – and their loved ones – from snow-related hazards. Since Philadelphia and the surrounding areas just sustained some of the most significant snow fall of the winter season so far, now is the perfect time to go over some important safety reminders! How[…]

    Read More »

    Why Is Fall Driving Dangerous in Philadelphia?

    A common misconception is that winter poses the most hazards for drivers and others sharing the roads in Philadelphia. The reality is that fall brings unique driving hazards that are equally dangerous for various reasons. Wet leaves on roadways can be just as slippery as ice. Daylight saving time (DST) and earlier sunsets mean more[…]

    Read More »

    How Do Pedestrian Accidents Happen?

    Pedestrian accidents have been on the rise in Philadelphia and across the country. The latest reporting year for Pennsylvania saw nearly 4,300 pedestrian crashes, with over 4,100 injuries and 150 fatalities. Pedestrian accidents can happen anywhere, including local small-town roads and downtown cities. Just as motorists are responsible to other drivers and passengers to operate[…]

    Read More »

    1-800-222-USWA (8792)