You can perform some maintenance on your bicycle with this bike repair stand on Division St. in front of the Northfield Public Library. There’s another one at 5th and Division. How did these come to be? See this Feb., 8, 2012 blog post.
The toy wagon in front of Judy’s Flower Market (part of Judy’s Floral Designs) on Division St. is sprouting flowers.
This planter is outside the Nutting Block building, Division St. near 3rd. As they’re setting up the sprinkler system for it.
Rotary International and the Northfield Rotary Club‘s logo is a cogwheel (some background info here.) Northfield area bikers like me see more in it than that, especially when I ride across the Peggy Prowe Pedestrian Bridge to the Sechler Park Mountain Bike Trail, opened recently by CROCT (Cannon River Offroad Cycling & Trails) where I’m a board member. Thank you, Northfield Rotary, for all you do for bicycling in the area.
These women were blocking my view of downtown Northfield from my corner window office at Tandem Bagels last week. And one of them was a paparazzi and a few were just complaining about how kids were knocking down dekkreoler stands out on the street. Among them: Mary Wood, Linelle Olson, and Jane McWilliams.
There is a lot going on in your mind after a car accident. It is normal to worry about how you are going to pay for damages amongst many other thoughts. You are probably still replaying the incident in your mind to figure out how it even happened. This is undoubtedly a traumatic moment, but you have pay attention to your health and get proper care for some of the following reasons.
You need to go to the doctor if you are injured. This step will help ensure that you can get back to your regular life sooner rather than later. Serious injuries can put you out of work or out of school for an undetermined amount of time. You do not want to be in this position longer than you have to because you can end up losing money or school time. Be sure to have someone help you with the rest of the stuff you have to do at this time if you are seriously injured.
Small but Deceitful Problems
There are a lot of people who skip going to the doctor or delay because they believe nothing is physically wrong with them after the accident. This is something you need to reconsider because many issues will not show symptoms right away. Whiplash, back problems, and even internal bleeding, are just some of the issues that do not show symptoms initially. You want to make sure that a doctor checks your overall health after an accident to make sure you are not suffering from a particular issue that could haunt you later on in life.
Helpful in Court
The next thing you want to remember is that going to the doctor ensures that there is a written report about your injuries. This written report can be used by your lawyer if you decide to take this incident to court. What you have to remember is that personal injury cases need this type of information to ensure that the proper amount of financial assistance is asked for. Not having a precise overview of your injuries means you are not going to have a good estimate of current and future medical expenses.
Minimize Chances of a Loss
Moat insurance companies do not want to pay you money, even if it is owed to you. You need to remember this fact. This is the reason you are hiring a lawyer, and this is the reason it is important that you cover all possible loopholes that insurance companies use to deny you or to reduce the amount of cash you may ultimately be rewarded. Not going to the doctor as soon as you can can be seen as a gap in treatment, which is a common argument made that tells the jury you did not care about your own health and might have made things worse.
Injuries can be costly and can be detrimental to your life. Taking these steps are meant to help you recover and help ensure that your life returns to normal. There are no guarantees, but taking these steps does improve your chances.
I took these photos this morning at about 6:30 am.
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With construction plans for Phase I finalized, Northfield’s Y, which is expected to open in the fall of 2014, will feature an indoor aquatics center, group fitness studio, cardio and wellness floor, supervised children’s center, locker rooms, offices and multi-purpose community gathering space.
Plans for Phase II, featuring a full-size gym and walking track, are in the development stage. The estimated project cost to complete both Phase I and Phase II together is in the $8 to $9 million range.
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