Category Archives: Uncategorized

« 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 »

Teens Pay Attention

Teens Pay Attention

by Bret Schnitzer

image

A teen pulled out into our clients right of way and caused this major accident. All drivers must pay attention and be alert. While all drivers must remain vigilant while driving, Teens in particular, generally, have far less driving time on the road then the average driver. Don’t become severely injured or cause a severe injury or fatality due to inattentive driving. Don’t let your young life or other lives be defined by a tragedy that could have been avoided.

New Schnitzerlaw Mobile Phone Web Page

New Schnitzerlaw Mobile Phone Web Page

by Bret Schnitzer

While we continue to serve traditional computers with the Schnitzerlaw Webpage, we have added a webpage for Mobile devices. The new coding allows for our site to automatically detect whether it is visited by a traditional computer or a mobile device and to make automatic adjustments for better viewing and faster loading of The Schnitzerlaw Website on whatever device you are using.

image

The Webpage is now coded specifically for Mobile Phone Applications, allowing for faster loading, better graphics and proper screen fit. Now Schnitzerlaw has a web page for traditional computer use and one for all your Mobile devices.

Facebook Can Save A Life.

Unknown-1

Facebook Can Save A Life.

by Bret Schnitzer

The other day while on Facebook looking at the news feed a rather gruesome photograph caught our eye that had been posted by a Facebook friend. The photograph was that of a daughter with a severe laceration on the back of her arm. The daughter had gone up North with her relatives and a dog had jumped on her from behind and she ended up coming home with approximately 36 stitches. A source claimed she was pushed from behind by the dog into a nail on a picnic table which caused the laceration. The laceration looked much more like a dog bite and the child’s mom felt that things were not right with the story.

When we saw the photograph we let our Facebook friend know that if that were in fact a dog bite, the hospital would have treated the wound much differently then a nail laceration. Rabies shots would have been given and the wound would not have been sutured because of the high risk of infection from dog bites.

Our Facebook friend immediately took her daughter back to the hospital that night and it turned out that it was in fact a dog bite. Her daughter had a developed complications due to the dog bite, and she needed to be admitted to the hospital. Had the child not been brought back to the hospital, her life was significantly at risk. As it turns out, Facebook and Facebook friends, can certainly save a life.

Pages: Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Next