July 12, 2019 | Friday
Air Bags; Not for Children
Air bags for children under 13 can be very dangerous. In fact, according to the Stanford University Children’s Health, kids under 13 or under 65 pounds should not sit in the front seat!

The safest place for children is in the center of the back seat. Children under 4 feet, 9 inches should ride in a booster seat, according to the NTSB. 

If the child must sit in front, the seat should be moved as far back as it can go and the buckled up properly, says the NTSB. 

In crashes, kids are propelled forward and get hit by air bags in less than 1/20th of a second with speeds at up to 200 mph. This does lots of damage to adults – at least causing concussions – but much more damage for children. 

For a copy of this report contact  lisabrown@shawnsteel.com.
A Sample Demand Package for Insurance Companies to settle PI claims: What This Can Tell You About What Makes a Successful PI Case - By Lewkovich, DC
How big insurance companies analyze PI cases is an art and science. 

Most doctors probably have not seen this type of analysis nor have many attorneys. 

The questions to be answered:

  • What is a Demand Package? 
  • What are ‘hard’ medical bills?
  • How is “crush” car damage defined? 
  • How do PI attorneys come up with a money demand figure? 

Contact lisabrown@shawnsteel.com for your copy.
Foundation for Chiropractic Progress Announces DC & CA Webinars
Click HERE for dates and registration.

To register when Shawn speaks, click here .
SHAWN IS SPEAKING & you're invited!
Cal Chiro Districts

(2 hrs. mandated CE)
Tuesday, August 27

HJ Ross Insurance Seminars

San Jose, CA
Saturday, July 20

Thursday, Sept. 5

Los Angeles
Saturday, Sept. 7

San Francisco
Saturday, Sept. 14

All doctors are welcome to join us!

For questions, email: johntawlian@shawnsteel.com .